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Tensions between Kenyan local authorities and its central government over oil and mining exploration taxes could lead to instability for potential investors in Kenyan mining and oil futures – and for the Kenyan government itself. Several counties along Kenya’s coast are proposing exploration taxes to...

Smoke billowed from a government building in Chilpancingo, Mexico, while hundreds of student and teachers smashed windows and set fires to the capitol building on Monday. The violence is in response to three recent incidents: the disappearance of 43 students who went missing on Sept...

For many multi-national corporations, integrating cultural understanding into business operations has become an important part of modern corporate philosophy. Companies make significant contributions to social development funds, environmental protection initiatives, and corporate social responsibility programs to mitigate their risk and protect their reputations. They publicize...

In the village of Mutoko, Zimbabwe, Villagers are feeling the negative effects of black granite mining.  Mining has created huge open pits that have killed people and livestock, damaged homes due to blasting, caused environmental damage, eroded grazing lands, and showed a total disregard for...

The military theorist Carl von Clausewitz is most famous for his work On War where he introduced the idea that “War is the continuation of Politics by other means.” However, it is in Clausewitz’s definition of the trinity “people, army, and government,” which is being...

Recently, the International Monetary Fund and World Bank chose not to lend additional money to Zimbabwe, saying the country is in arrears on repaying previous loans. President Mugabe blames the United States and the European Union for Zimbabwe’s woes claiming illegal, unilateral sanctions are being used as...

Each day you can find an article in the news that demonstrates how societies influence and impact local, regional, and national levels events. Today in Indonesia, the House of Representatives passed a bill abolishing direct regional elections by an overwhelming majority. The legislation ensures that...

In Arequipa, Peru, more than 100 protestors blocked the road on the afternoon of September 1st to express their frustrations with a waste water project associated with the Cerro Verde mine.  The road closure affected more than construction and mine vehicles from using the road; busses...

Since the collapse of the Qaddafi regime in 2011, Libya has struggled to develop a cohesive, inclusive government.  Regional and political differences, existing and expanding patronage and influence networks, and deeply rooted tribal and militia dynamics create roadblocks to establishing a stable, effective government capable...

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa resulted in the evacuation of Western NGOs and corporate employees.  This reaction is understandable as there is no specific treatment or vaccination for the disease, and it is fatal for an estimated 60-65% of the infected population.  This...

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