Germany Tasked With EU Recovery Woes

Germany is slated to take the helm of the European Union’s Presidency of the Council in July. Currently at a 62 percent GDP to debt ration it has been tasked to take the helm of the beleaguered Union struggling with debt ratios at or above 100 percent. Greece, has ballooned to nearly 200 percent, and…

Eating the Developing World: A Pandemic Response

The recent pandemic has once again highlighted the built in ineptitude and inadequacies of the current world financial system.  This time, it can be easily highlighted in the ballooning IMF loans and financial arrangements wresting a strangle-hold on the developing world. The IMF is providing a different kind of leadership in the Pandemic. Unlike China…

A New Independence

In April, 1775, the United State, then only 13 small colonies, embarked upon a national quest to secure independence from the United Kingdom. Despite the many years it acted as a vassal state to the Crown, the new colony sought to secure its own military and socioeconomic destiny.  That movement resulted in a years long…

Media Through the Looking Glass

As an American and a communications professional, I tend to have an in depth view of how media affects people. Marketing, advertising, branding and media thrive off of the impact that repeated images and concepts have on the individual psyche. Communications professionals understand this and use it to the advantage of their clients. The average…