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  • Gen 07 2018

    Business could be used as a platform to solve staunching social problems??

    Well I have no clue when the history of trade and commerce started and this blame of blatant ignorance is my fault as i not only failed to google it but also ended up spending an entire afternoon researching why the show constantine got cancelled after season 1 and surprise surprise i had no answers to both the questions! But history classes from my school days took me to the year 1453 when con...

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  • Dic 18 2017

    Putin's National Idea

    Is building a national ideology a viable solution for Putin to consolidate power? Today, it is widely acknowledged in Russian society that a unifying national idea is virtually non-existent. Even two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia continues to be characterized as "post-communist," a term that connotes an absence of content rather than a presence thereof. This v...

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  • Dic 18 2017

    Say good bye to Internet

    he FCC decision to repeal Obama-era net neutrality laws opens up the internet to unfair competition. If you haven’t really bothered to look into net neutrality until this week, that’s because you probably had no particular reason to. Net neutrality is something we have been enjoying on a daily since the internet came into existence. It is the basic principle that all traffic on the...

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  • Dic 12 2017

    Sky is the Limit for Lebanese Entrepreneurs

    here is a consensus that Lebanon is a great location to pilot an idea, test it and then transition to an international market for growth. [Listen to the podcast below.] For a country that has defined and redefined itself through politics, religion, immigration, emigrations and decades of war, you may wonder what it’s like starting a company in Lebanon. “Surprisingly peaceful...

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  • Dic 12 2017

    When Bad Money Supports Good Foreign Policy

    The anti-war movement needs money, and the Koch brothers have it. But it comes with strings attached. In November, the Charles Koch Foundation announced that it would provide nearly $4 million in grants to Harvard University and MIT to train the next generation of foreign policy professionals. It’s part of the foundation’s effort to steer US foreign policy away from i...

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  • Feb 02 2018
  • Dic 09 2017

    An Exemplar of Motherhood: Sister Nivedita

    “England has sent us another gift in Miss Margaret Noble” said the great Swami Vivekananda in his speech he introduced a lady of Scottish-Irish descent by birth and an Indian by choice, little did the crowd gathered there knew that the kind words said by the great philosopher turned out to be a gospel truth where the latter would go on to be one of India’s indomitable voice of na...

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The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Be “Available” and Get Rich

This is how to make yourself available and rich in our culture. Yahoo News asked best-selling author Jen Sincero why so many people aren’t rich. Her answer tells us a lot about US culture today....

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: “Investing” According to Warren Buffett

here is a false frontier between investment and speculation, but Warren Buffett can’t see it. When you’re as rich as Warren Buffett, you must be smart. And if you’re smart, y...

Emmanuel Macron, Iran Nuclear Deal and the Limits of Diplomacy

Emmanuel Macron has failed to change Donald Trump’s mind on the question of the Iran nuclear deal. The purpose of French President Emmanuel Macron’s first state visit&nbs...