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Next Stop – Wonderland \ By Nora Jaenicke

Edited by Stephanie Mojica A week ago, I packed a small suitcase and moved into Tanya’s condo in Belmont. We want to have fun and enjoy each other’s company. We ...
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A word is dead when it is said, some say… The Art of Revealing by Concealing – Lessons from the Arab World \ By Nora Jaenicke

The two images that I chose to analyze and compare in this essay represent female singers holding a microphone that are seemingly engaged in the act of singing. One of ...
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How Climate Change Affects Me, in Minnesota, USA \ Daniel A. Katzenberger

We see news every day about how climate change is affecting people and places in other parts of the world. Some effects are directly measurable, such as in Venice, Italy, ...
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The Perfect Triangle: The Normalization of Violence in Syria \ Donatella Felice

“Insights into the contemporary tensions in Syria can be found by examining the legacies of some of the policies implemented by the French under mandate rule.” (6 Country Profile)   ...
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Leadership lessons from my family business \ Aalok Rathod

Edited by Daniel Katzenberger It was an exciting winter morning, ...
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Digital Nomads: A New Kind of Community \ Donatella Felice

The modern nomadic life is full of joys and frustrations ...
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The road not taken \ Lee Silverman

Then took the other, as just as fair, And having ...
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My Father \ Richi BaiDwan

I reached out to learn more about the kind of ...
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Bridge of Minds \ Lee Silverman

I always saw books as bridges, crossing through time and space. I see the authors building a bridge to transfer ...
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Going a step ahead with Corporate Social Responsibility in India \ by Dr. Neeti Mathur

One of the landmark judgments in India includes giving a status of “living entity” to the second largest river in ...
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How Design Thinking drives Strategy \ Aalok Rathod

If you have been hanging out with Entrepreneurs or Innovation officers, chances are you might have heard the term Design ...
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How Climate Change Affects Me, in Minnesota, USA \ Daniel A. Katzenberger

We see news every day about how climate change is affecting people and places in other parts of the world ...
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Religion – a double edged sword \ Lee Silverman

Lighting the candles one by one while singing along the old prayers and inspirational thousands-years-old tales. Nothing like a good ...
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Innocence \ Keith Zhu Yunxi

The amethystine asterism dotted the night, bewitching like diamonds, the cosmos shone upon the Persian Gulf. The Milky Way stretched to ...
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Rio: Civil War Among Drug Factions Leads to Military Occupation \ C. H. Gardiner

“They need to just go in and kill them all, block out the exits and let the police go in ...
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Technological, Ethical, and Legal Challenges of Self Driving Cars \ Aalok Rathod

Edited by Kate Canute Technology gets a lot of flak from those who fear the prevalence of computers in our ...
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On The Importance of Peace Journalism \ M.A. Blackmur and Donatella Felice

War vs. Peace Journalism By M.A. Blackmur Jake Lynch and Johan Galtung, in their book Reporting Conflict: New Directions in ...
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The Perfect Triangle: The Normalization of Violence in Syria \ Donatella Felice

“Insights into the contemporary tensions in Syria can be found by examining the legacies of some of the policies implemented ...
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