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The Business of the Civil Society Sector

Written by: | Posted: Apr 2, 2012

Taking Care of Community

For Libya, Now Comes the Hard Part

Written by: Alan W. Dowd | Posted: Jan 27, 2012

Originally published in the Calgary Beacon on 8/30/2011 As Moammar Qaddafi’s regime crumbles, the ragtag rebel force that led this revolution—and the nations that supported it with air power—are beginning to forge a new Libya. ...

The Big Chill: Energy Needs Fueling Tensions in the Arctic

Written by: Alan W. Dowd | Posted: Jan 27, 2012

Originally published in The American Legion Magazine on 12/1/11 The United States devotes much of its diplomatic and military energies to the Middle East today for a very simple reason: The Middle East is the source of much of the world’s ...

Old Approach to Piracy May Be the Best Approach

Written by: Alan W. Dowd | Posted: Jan 27, 2012

Originally published in the National Post on 10/28/2011 The recent operation by NATO forces to free the crew of an Italian ship from pirates serves as a reminder that this ancient plague of the seas remains a threat to global commerce—and ...

Bouazizi's Revolution

Written by: Alan W. Dowd | Posted: Jan 24, 2012

Originally published in Fraser Forum January/February 2012 Time magazine’s Person of the Year has been an annual tradition since 1927. Winners have been peacemakers (Gandhi and Martin Luther King) and warmongers (Hitler), heroes (Churchill) ...

Bouazizi for Time's Person of the Year

Written by: Alan W. Dowd | Posted: Nov 18, 2011

Originally published in The Mark News on 11/18/2011 Time magazine’s Person of the Year has been an annual tradition since 1927. Winners have been peacemakers (Gandhi and Martin Luther King) and warmongers (Hitler), heroes (Churchill) and ...

The 10 Best-Known Economists of All Time

Written by: | Posted: Jun 26, 2011

The 10 economists listed below are currently the best-known economists of all time, according to Google results. 1.  Karl Marx (1818-1883)   16 million results on Google  From Prussia (now Germany), worked primarily in ...

Speaker Bios - National Conversations - London

Written by: | Posted: Jun 26, 2011

HOSTS David Wright David Wright serves as Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Indiana Wesleyan University. Before his current position he served as Dean of the School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University. He has held positions at ...

Global Attention on Africa's Growing Markets

Written by: Wesley Cate | Posted: Jun 20, 2011

Previously considered a primary destination for foreign aid dollars, Africa is now a magnet for investment capital. A growing GDP and expanding consumer market have attracted investors from Beijing to Wall Street. Now some of the world’s top ...

U.S. Clean Energy Policies

Written by: David Vanderstel, John Clark, Sungyuk Yoon | Posted: May 11, 2011

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