The New World Order Is Ruled By Global Corporations And Megacities—Not Countries

The New World Order Is Ruled By Global Corporations And Megacities—Not Countries
What matters more than their latent power—nuclear weapons or cash piles—is their ability to deploy resources to build leverage within the system. Power, then, is a function of …. That is certainly the case in London, whose financial industry and …
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NEH grant will help UTA digitize disability history
ARLINGTON, Texas — Leading U.S. disability history scholars and practitioners will converge at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries in July to formalize a consortium committed to developing an online portal for disability history resources …
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How the World Perceives the New American Dream

How the World Perceives the New American Dream
The American dream has always been global. In 1931, when the historian James Truslow Adams first introduced the concept, he credited the dream with having “lured tens of millions of all nations to our shores.” Yet in recent years, a troubling gap has …
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Community Notes
Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is accepting applications for four homes to be built on Main Street in Chatham (near Cape Cod Commercial Fisherman's Alliance) and six homes to be built on Virginia Street in West Yarmouth. Two- and three- bedroom …
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The right to speak
At the Stock Exchange of Thailand to prepare stock-related evidence for submission to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) – part of the process to become a commissioner of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) – Angkhana …
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The New World

The New World
This past year alone, we've seen a potentially game-changing political election in India and a contentious one in Brazil, along with the start of major economic and political reforms in China that have had repercussions throughout the developing world …
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Need for human resource management
Therefore, management of human resource is important for correcting inefficiencies at a firm or organisation or country level. In the modern era, there are many developed countries in the world wherein ageing population is a serious problem. For …
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IATA Calls Ethiopian Air Cargo Market the Fourth Fastest Growing in the World

IATA Calls Ethiopian Air Cargo Market the Fourth Fastest Growing in the World
We know that it is happening in Kenya and South Africa. … "Our cargo business has strong competitive advantages such as recognized brand in Africa, strategic location, low unit cost advantages, economies of scale with strong hub and spoke network …
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Is the alliance at breaking point?
The working class must understand that at play in post-1994 South Africa is the battle to death between forces of capitalist reaction and those of socialism, as the only solution to the crisis of humanity and development. We must resist all attempts to …
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