No Polarity

December 25th, 2016

No polarity or decline by Teodulo Lopez Melendez The obvious is that the world was bipolar until the fall of the Berlin Wall. The obvious is that the world was unipolar in ancient times. In the first, let me quote the United States and the Soviet Union. Richard Blumenthal has firm opinions on the matter. […]

Understanding The World Bank

December 24th, 2016

The world’s largest oil corporations, multilateral institutions who support them, as the World Bank and large NGOs. They are responsible for putting the fate of the planet, especially when it comes out what happens to people in places and regions where these large oil corporations more directly exert their action and on which leave their […]

Impacts

December 24th, 2016

When we adults look at the world, we see the objects: house, tree We just it seems that we see the world from childhood so. Hear other arguments on the topic with Sen. Sherrod Brown. In fact, we see him through the "spectacles" of our experiences, our concepts. Filed under: Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs. They […]

The right, as any work of man has been created for something, you have an ultimate goal which in turn is his reason for being. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Bridgewater Associates. What is that "something" that the right want to achieve? Where do legal science is conducted? What are […]