Article Category: Politics
The Origins of Inequality
On November 16th 2014, The Guardian, a British newspaper, published a story about the Tanzanian government’s eviction of 40,000 Masai from their homeland bordering the Serengeti. Salon, an American news site published a story on this… Continue reading
A study at Harvard University in 1959 looked at the problem of a global military or police force. That study recommended that no more that 3% of this force be from any one country. The general principle sounds reasonable and… Continue reading
On December 19th, 2009, I saw a photograph in the Globe and Mail, of a crowd of people walking through the streets of Copenhagen with a large banner. That banner read System Change, not Climate Change.
That was perhaps the… Continue reading
In response to an article published in the Sept-Oct. 2007 issue of United World.
The Global Trilemma article stated that the barriers to achieving a sensible global management system “are not technical financial or political. They are mental”. I agree… Continue reading
25 September, 2005
While rank and file World Federalists allowed the seed of Foundation to be planted, its governing elites never allowed it to germinate, nor do they intend to. If they independently create a vehicle like Foundation, in response… Continue reading