Tag: co-operation

Iraq and Syria War
Governance Peace

Iraq and Syria War

    It is with concern for the people murdered, the injured, the displaced and living in fear, from the recent reports from Iraqi and ongoing events in Syria. The effects of the Iraq and Syrian war are likely to spread beyond their boarders, into the Middle East and beyond: […]

London riots
Education Governance Nation Building

London riots

  The riots in England are both shocking and concerning in their scale and duration. Particularly as England is democratic and developed nation. The unrest highlights the multiple areas of social dysfunction; which is evident in English and other modern societies of today. Culture: Youth today are brought up in […]

Perfect politics
Governance

Perfect politics

  The ‘hung’ federal parliament, with no single political party winning an outright majority of seats in the lower house; presents a rare opportunity, not seen in the last seventy years – to invigorate and revolutionise politics in Australia. It is now necessary that policies are clearly communicated and consultation […]

A Solution to War
Peace

A Solution to War

  War itself is highly destructive and costly, to both sides of a conflict: both in human life and money. War is uncertain; particularly where the ‘enemy’ is not particularly confined to a sovereign state, and where their agents have taken up residence in many countries of our world. Their […]