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Beacon of Creativity and Artistry

Beacon of Creativity and Artistry

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The more I travel, the more I see the potential in all the people and places that I visit. The arts and crafts and musical and theatrical traditions that are being kept alive in many villages and cities around the world are a testament to the resiliency of the…

Textiles: Formal and Informal Sectors

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A short video on the textiles sector and its importance both for the global economy and for the informal workers in the developing world seeking to make a living making hand-made handicrafts.

Obama and the Nobel Prize

Obama and the Nobel Prize

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Twitter is abuzz with those that are against the award of the Noble prize to President Obama, and those that are happy and supportive. Take this poll and let us know what you think!…

The Real Competitive Advantage

The Real Competitive Advantage

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Business theories are often formulated to justify an underlying objective stemming from a perception of the firm’s competitive advantage . And, with the increasing influence of business interests on the formulation and execution of public policy there is a tendency to avoid deep analysis that might reveal a lack of…

Love Had Three Different Definitions – Why Not Trade?

Love Had Three Different Definitions – Why Not Trade?

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The word 'love' had three distinctly different definitions in ancient Greece. I'm proposing that we use a similar sort of rigor in defining the use of the term "fair trade" in the model economy. The term is being used interchangeably in several different unrelated contexts. …

Tibetan Refugee Camp

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The Mainpat Tibetan Refugee camp in Southwest India was the focus of a medical mission in 2008 and 2009.

Globalization and Metaphysics: An unlikely pair? Think again.

Globalization and Metaphysics: An unlikely pair? Think again.

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Globalization is an extension of a world view that has been imposing itself on the entire world for centuries. Nietzsche's "will to power" is an urge that is showing itself to be true in the context of the current global financial crisis. It depends upon a metaphysical interpretation of the…

Doha Round Research

Doha Round Research

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The Global Trade Analysis project is the most important open source framework for the sharing of information between and among researchers worldwide on the real impacts of variations in trade patterns and the effect on the global economy. …

Welcome to the New News/Blog!

Welcome to the New News/Blog!

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Welcome to the new News/Blog for SedonaCyberLink. Updates will continue. We are looking forward to hearing your comments!…

Hip Hop in Costa Rica: Rescuing the Youth from the Streets

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Enterprising people in Costa Rica seek to keep the young men and women off the streets through a dance and cultural arts program.

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