Views Digest

October, 2018

  • 28 October

    The Effects of Natural Disasters on the Economy

    From fuel costs to inflation, natural disasters pose a threat to the United States economy. Fortunately, activism promises a solution.

  • 22 October

    Climate Change and Poverty in Africa

    To withstand the inevitable natural disasters climate change will bring, better disaster risk management must start now.

May, 2018

  • 5 May

    When Will Electric Cars Take Over The Roads?

    Battery manufacturers feeding the EV market will rely upon new sources of lithium production. The surge of investment into lithium mining could turn into a flood.

January, 2018

  • 27 January

    India’s Population Explosion And Govt. Inaction

    The most threatening crisis facing India is that of population explosion. But the national leadership remains indifferent despite knowing that it is stuck in a now-or-never situation.

  • 27 January

    Stability Reigns But Sri Lanka Might Stay in Chains

    Sri Lanka will enter a critical phase of its economic reforms in 2018. In order to reap the full benefits of macroeconomic stability, the government should balance some quick policy fixes with deeper reforms.

  • 24 January

    4 Things You Need to Know to Protect Yourself From the Flu

    The flu is not only making millions of people sick this year. It's causing fear and, along with it, a lot of confusion. Should you get a flu shot? Should you see the doctor? An expert advises.

  • 21 January

    Justice for Palestinians and Security for Israel

    Given the history of the region and the damage recently inflicted by President Trump's declaration of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a one-state solution will never bring peace to the region.

  • 17 January

    Bulgaria: The Unforeseen Effects of EU Presidency

    Bulgarian politicians and officials will have to challenge the stereotypes about Bulgaria during their six-month presidency and learn to strike coalitions in the EU.

  • 16 January

    Burundi Requires Greater Innovation

    Burundi’s ongoing political instability highlights the stark divide between global conflict prevention rhetoric and practice

  • 15 January

    MLK’s Vision of Love as a Moral Imperative Still Matters

    Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of love was not sentimental. It demanded that individuals tell their oppressors what they were doing was wrong.