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Typhoon Morakot’s Political Aftermath

There are administrations that have been undermined as a result of disasters, but others have emerged from crises more powerful than before. The difference lies in how disasters and crises are handled. Taiwan is predisposed to earthquakes and storms and is experienced in handling the typhoon season that hits the island at this time every […]

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Tales of Assassination and Corruption in Timor-Leste

Tales of Assassination and Corruption in Timor-Leste

Lately, the news coming out of Timor-Leste is quite reminiscent of the political reality drama, that was Ferdinand Marcos’ Philippines – corruption, assassination plots, and intrigue in abundance. On Monday July 13th, the 27 people accused of the February 2008 “assassination attempt” of  East Timor’s President Jose Ramos-Horta, began trial.   The case is a puzzling […]

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Ownership: Who Really Controls America..??

Ownership: Who Really Controls America..??

In the spirit of April Fools Day, a prescient George Carlin spoof of who really controls things in America. His insight is eerily relevant to the Wingnuttery of today’s debate about the fundamental character of our nation.

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