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Why Children Are The Greatest Child Rights Advocates

Why Children Are The Greatest Child Rights Advocates

Humanitarian Cites Slain Young Laborer Who Continues To Inspire Kids Today One of the poorest, most troubled countries in the world, Pakistan, has also produced some of our bravest, most inspiring young leaders, says Zulfiqar Rashid, (www.zulfiqarrashid.com), a Pakistan native ...

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The On-going Senate Scandals

The On-going Senate Scandals

By Rupert Johnson Political corruption and scandals are not new. They have been around for thousands of years. What is new and alarming is the fact that they have become an ingrained (and sometimes accepted) component of all political cultures ...

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Grenada’s IMF Sunday School

By Eric LeCompte Guest Writer WASHINGTON, D.C. (IPS) – As the International Monetary Fund shares initial proposals for Grenada’s debt restructuring during the Washington DC meetings this week, the Caribbean island could gain a reputation for more than nutmeg, calypso, ...

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Dialogue Is Better Than War

By Rupert Johnson Last week’s brief dialogue between President Obama of the United States and President Hassan Rouhani of Iran was the only bright spot that seemed to have dispelled the gloom and doom attitude on the international stage. After ...

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Your Condo Does Not Impress Me Much!

By Sandy Daley Shania Twain, one of the sexiest ladies in music, wrote a song many years ago and it remains one of my favourites to this day. “That don’t impress me much”, was co-written and recorded by Twain, and ...

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Is The Veto Contrary To Democratic Principles?

By Rupert Johnson One of the basic principles of democracy is that once a legitimate vote is taken then the participants in this electoral process should abide by the decisions of the majority. Thus, it is ironic that in the ...

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