Opening up the cosmos for travel purposes has been an everlasting goal of space companies and their billionaire investors for years. But reaching “cloud nine” is definitely not for everyone.
We pressingly need to reframe our environmental conversation; lest we fall prey to an uncontrolled economic system. One that wreaks havoc through habitat degradation, worker exploitation, and resource scarcity.
From generals to senior soldiers – the department is home to those who are experts in the very art of conflict between nations in all its dark and gritty forms. But could it be a school for spies?
Recent studies carried out by the ANRA, the National Association of Risk Managers, reveal that many CEOs and executives are incapable of handling the current crises. The most astonishing data collected was that 51% of companies do not have a crisis management plan.
The American Department of Defence housed in the Pentagon has access to weapons and technology the likes of which you would think come from the movies, but they also have another weapon – the movies themselves.
Lebanon’s future depends on demolishing the country’s foundations and rebuilding them to solve the country’s growing sectarian and ideological crisis. As the people continue to stand tall for Lebanon, they come to ask how this has happened, and what needs to be done next?
In this keynote, we are joined by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and recipient of the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, as he provides his opinions on the opportunities available in unpacking social business opportunities during COVID-19.
On top of his list of accolades, Professor Yunus is Founder of Grameen Bank and the “Father of Microfinancing” – a humanitarian take on the financial sector.
It is easy to say that any presidency is a lesson in leadership. But leadership is multifaceted, and I discovered the extent to which it was so during my tenure.
While the price on the tag may be low, the price we pay in environmental damage remains impossibly high
If such developing countries like Pakistan are not able to generate money, they won’t be able to fulfil the terms and conditions of loans supplied to them by the developed countries.
“February 2021 marked the 10-year anniversary of the Arab Spring, a series of mass protests and demonstrations all over the Middle East with the sole aim to eradicate its autocratic governments and liberalise the region. What, if anything, has changed? And crucially, what are their hopes for the future?”
Python was founded on the core philosophy that beautiful is better than ugly, explicit is better than implicit and complex is better than complicated.
While most incoming graduate students would be focussed on preparing for their degree, Arvind Kumar began an initiative to help the members of his community in Kolkata, India during the height of the pandemic. This is the story of Cycle Soldiers.
Our concept of Pride has been all too limited to the white gay men shown in Hollywood movies and Netflix specials, causing us to look at the world from capitalistic rainbow-glasses.
One of the big problems with the issue of racism against Asian-Americans is that many people are not educated about the way power works.
Progress towards equality for gay people in the region appears to be slow. But since the countries’ political, social and cultural environments vary greatly from those in the US, non-US LGBTQ communities naturally achieve somewhat different progress.
RCEP brings together China, Japan and South Korea into a free trade agreement for the first time. It comprises of approximately 30% of the entire world’s GDP.