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The Law of Post-Atmospheric Alien Encounters by National and International Organizations

What if First Contact happened tomorrow? How would humans react, and how would the law apply? Assuming the aliens didn’t immediately blast us out of existence, that is. Space law, although relatively new and still developing, is an established body of law governing human activities beyond the atmosphere. Although the current body of space law lacks any provisions directly regulating potential alien contacts, the laws contained within the various space treaties would by their language pertain to such an encounter.

Ireland Vs US – Budget Deficit, Unequal Rules

European Union rules regarding member countries debt to GDP ratios could save Ireland. The US and Ireland do not play by the same rules, although to the detriment of Ireland they closely align themselves with one another as seen in this latest fiscal meltdown.

The West Has Got it Wrong About Iran

An alternative view on the situation in Post-Election Iran. Prelude: Ukraine; Late November 2004, run-off Presidential election between Victor Yanukovych, the then Prime Minister, who secured 39.32% votes in first round, and Victor Yushchenko, the opposition candidate who got 39.87% of the votes.

South Waziritstan Operation – The Human Side of Things

So far, the South Waziritstan operation has entered into its fourth day. A lot is being said and analyzed about Government and TTP’s (Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan) war tactics. Natural factors like mountainous terrain and upcoming winter season are said to be crucial for this operation.

All You Need to Know About the Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize is an international award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Sweden. This award was established by the will of Alfred Nobel, a Swedish chemist, and inventor. The Nobel Prize was first awarded in 1901 for achievements in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature and Peace. Sveriges Riksbank, in memory of Alfred Nobel established an associated award in Economics in 1968.

Unfairly Treated

Unfairly Treated is a light and brief re-assessment of Haile Sellassie’s true worth regarding World and African history. Among his greatest feats is continuing Ethiopia’s reputation as the only African nation to escape the near perpetual claws of conquerors and invaders. Any genuinely unbiased research of his life and reign would plainly reveal that without his presence Ethiopia and Ethiopians would’ve slept for a further thousand years “forgetful of the world by whom they were forgotten.”

Tragedy Off the Coast of Saint Clement Island

Saint Clement Island is a tiny uninhabited island in the Potomac river in Maryland, United States. The tiny island popped into the national conscious yesterday when a Marine helicopter and a Coast Guard airplane collided mid-air.

China – US Economic Relations

The economic relations between China and the United States of America have emerged as the most fascinating phenomenon in the contemporary interdependent world. The ideological cultural and structural differences do not seem to hamper trade between the leading liberal democracy and the last communist country. The scope and complexity of this relationship have caused a number of issues such as the value of the China’s currency, US anti-dumping measures, and the issue of the protection of intellectual property in China to impede the development of economic exchange. This essay is an attempt to look at these issues from the China’s point of view.

Global Slowdown – Aftermath and Anarchy

Global slowdown can result in Trade Wars between nations. That is something the world leaders have to guard against with all their might. Global slowdown triggering trade wars between nations is a perfect recipe for global depression. Hope we, as citizens of this planet, can avoid getting sucked into this vicious cycle.

China’s Global Scavenger Hunt For Oil Could Send Global Recession Double Dipping Indeed

The Chinese are searching around the globe for oil and resources so they can continue to grow their civilization. They realize if they cannot get oil supplies, they cannot grow. They also realize that without growth their financial markets will tumble.

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