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Non Alignment

The war ceased, but hostilities did not end. Peace was no where near in sight. While Japan groaned under the fury of atom bombs, Germany was divided and humiliated, Spain and Italy licked their wounds completely subdued. The other European nations that had won too were not free from fear.

How Alaskan Fisheries Are Helping the Needy Worldwide

The Alaskan fishing industry is just so bountiful that there is unquestionably enough seafood to go around not only for the population of Alaska, but that of the country as a whole, and even more. Since the fisheries are so sustainable (in addition to abundant), the harvests being reaped will be able to continue for a long, long time in the future, helping to provide excellent nutrition for many people throughout the nation, and abroad as well.

What’s Happening in Bangladesh?

Bangladesh is still one of the poorest countries in the world. Concentrating on the precarious economic situation is therefore the utmost job of the new government. Sanitizing a corrupt political system and standing firm against rampant corruption in the high offices is also another major objective to attain. It also needs to carefully address the menace of religious fundamentalist elements in its society. Whether in Bangladesh, India or Pakistan, the face of religious fundamentalism is common.

Some Initial Thoughts on Watching the Economic Collapse From China

I arrived in Hong Kong on September 14, 2008. News that evening was of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. The impact upon China was immediate and profound. I got to personally witness just how integrated the global economy really is today.

Moscow’s Deja Vu

On February fourth, Kremlin authorities announced (with undeniable satisfaction) that they’ve achieved an agreement with several former-Soviet Union nations to create a new military force of rapid reaction, with the presumptive goal of fighting terrorism and take action in the case of national emergencies. This new organization will be formed, besides Russia, by Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. This means that, by all practical porpoises, a big chunk of what used to be de Red Army of the Soviet Union, dispersed after the fall of the “iron curtain”, will be again under Moscow’s command.

Mold Poisoning in Tel Aviv

Hospital authorities informed Tel Aviv police and public health officials about this potentially lethal development. Investigation of the patients by police showed one thing in common to all of them. All had bought flaky pastry products at a local bakery.

One of the Poorest Countries in the World

The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is a landlocked country, located in the center of the Asian continent. Afghanistan is an ancient region that is full of historical prominence, sharing history with bordering countries like Iran, Pakistan, and China, and has historically linked with several outer countries like the Soviet Union, and the United States of America.

IHF 2009 Broke Previous Records

The International Hospitality Fair (IHF 2009) has generated a huge success by paving its footprints into the hospitality and allied industries. It is recognized as India’s first international hospitality event which has proved highly successful in showcasing finest in food & beverage, food service, housekeeping, bakery, catering, hospitality equipments, products, services, technology and interiors & fixtures.

Recent Announcement Regarding the Deferral of BAS

There has been a recent announcement regarding the deferral of BAS (Business Activity Statements) for clients in the natural disaster areas. Are you, or do you know of, a taxpayer or small business owner who has been affected by the recent natural disasters in Australia?

How Do You Think About Dialects in Public Places?

Mandarin, or putonghua, is the standard service sector language in China. But there are still many dialects in China…

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