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After over a decade of civil war and ethnic strife, Burundi is starting to receive a gentle stream of more open-minded travellers
Serene Destinations in Australia
Australia is a standout amongst the most lovely nations on the planet and is likewise hailed a significant destination.
Hack, Slit, Squeal: Immunity in Georgetown, Chennai
Hack, slit, slice. Butchery in Georgetown. Peeled, pink goat carcases in fly-ridden, one-room shops
Sturgeon Landing in Indian Country
Fred C. Wilson III
I volunteered to join our parish’s Legion of Mary for our annual mission trip abroad. For a month I was to minister to the Cree Indians
Final Observations - One Week Out - James Campion
A Caffeinated Political Notebook
If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.- Mark Twain
Rob Astorino Unplugged 1 & 2
A Candid Discussion with the Republican Candidate for Governor of New York
Today’s new generations, definitely believe that they are not part of Spain and should therefore be given the freedom to choose their future
The Gates of Hell
Ferguson MO is the story that Tom Wolfe wishes he could have written for “The Bonfire of the Vanities”
Spitting Into the Wind
There are a number of indications around that we are coming to the end of three decades of self-delusion and economic lunacy...
Julius Nyerere’s Ujamaa as a liberating political philosophy
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The story of Africa in the last century is one characterized by action and response.
Too Little Too Late?
Immigration suddenly a problem...
The Rules of Engagement
Jude. C. Perera
I was a casualty of war, there is no better way of putting it. It’s a war that was both sinister and stealthy and famously lacking in any decency and chivalry
George Osborne on institutions being anti-business.