Do Religious Rituals Boost Economic Globalization?
Religion and its old age rituals have always been a source of fascination for people, if not a source of devout enlightenment. However in the 21st century religious events, pilgrimages, in particular, have surfaced as an inexhaustible treasure for the new age economic globalization. From the glimmering streets of the Vatican […]
What’s the Deal, Bibi?
Israeli government ministers have taken a remarkably hard-line stance on the recent interim agreement with Iran. But the deal is nowhere near as bad for Israel as Netanyahu claims, and he knows it. The Israeli prime minister’s public opinion on the Iran deal is no secret; according to him, despite […]
Transformational Diplomacy: Liberalism, not democracy
On January 18, 2006, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced a new foreign policy called transformational diplomacy. Challenging old assumptions that the domestic character of other countries did not matter for foreign affairs or American security, Rice argued that: [The United States must] work with our many partners around the world, […]
The Internet – A Tool of Power and Control
The world has discovered much over the course of time and people have evolved much more sophisticated social organs. However, the tendency for people never to fully trust each other has also increased over the course of history. Look at history and we are sure to notice a pattern of conspiracies and biased […]
If Israel attacks Iran who’s the winner and who’s the loser?
Israel will attack Iran in April, this year. No, it’s not me but David Ignatius who is saying this in his opinion column in the Washington Post. Though the writer hedges his bets by adding that there is “strong likelihood”. Both sides are hell bent on destruction and there is […]