Monthly Archives: November 2012

The way of life of so many millions

In his magisterial biography of President Johnson, Robert Caro talks at some length about the profound disdain that Johnson had towards the Kennedy clan. Johnson’s early life has been spent in rural Texas, surviving by occasionally teaching English to extremely … Continue reading

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No problem can be solved from the same level that created it

As we are entering an era in which a set of new Millennium Development Goals are being explored and discussed, it might be worth looking not at what is being examined, but what is being left out of the discussion. … Continue reading

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More of the same?

On Thursday 1st November the British Prime Minister met with the Presidents of Liberia and Indonesia to take steps to work on the next set of priorities for the post-Millennium Development Goals. They were appointed as co-chairs by the Secretary General … Continue reading

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