Toolkit Essentials: Diplomatic Segue

According to international relations analysts and political theory, there are two kinds of power: Hard Power and Soft Power.  Gunships, nuclear weapons and capable standing military fall squarely under hard power, while Diplomacy lies quietly under the banner of soft Power. We would be remiss not to acknowledge that both kinds of power wield palpable…

Haiti: An Opportunity Missed

It has largely been the victim of those who came to “save” it from recent misfortunes. The imperative to create more inclusive systems of economic, trade and finance beckons even more.

Global Goals: How a U N Overhall Can Increase the Peace and Profits

The UN Security Council held its first meeting in London in 1946, since that time the security council has taken on various responsibilities that often dictate the security measures throughout the world. What makes the Council so important, is that out of 193 member counties in the world, only five nations, China, France, Russia, the…

Australia Focuses On Northern Region for Growth

In April, Australia held its second Ministerial Forum on Northern Development to continue firming plans to create new commercial and private opportunities in Northern Australia.  Since it’s inception in 2016, the initiative has accomplished 34 of its 51 commitments outlined in the “Developing Northern Australia White Paper.” “Our $700 million Northern Australia Roads Program and…