Are We Close to Negotiation or War with Iran?
Okay so, suffice it to say that whatever we read in the news is probably BS, take a recent set of articles not long ago about the showdown over Iran’s nuclear weapons production. One set of news stories tells a tale of deceit by Iran, and an acceleration of their uranium enrichment according to the IAEA and United Nations. Another, talks about the Iranian Regime telling the world that it will negotiate but that the nuclear program will go on and increase no matter what, and regardless of international media propaganda against them.Entrepreneurship in India and China
Entrepreneurs in India and China are driving global economic growth and community development. While having much in common, they also exhibit a number of interesting differences, including their primary motivations for business ownership as well as their main sources of financing and business advice.You Cannot Keep Your Nation From Political Impasse, Conflict, or War By Appeasing Tyranny
Appeasement is nothing more than rewarding bad behavior. If we reward bad behavior of rogue nation-states, dictators, and problematic regimes then they will continue their path serving their own political will against that of the free world. In World War II, or just prior to it rather, there was quite a bit of appeasement going on, which in hindsight led to disaster.Iran’s Nuclear Program – Do Something or Let Them Have Their Nukes, Talk Is Cheap
It seems unfortunate that our diplomatic policies have not worked in helping Iran come to the correct conclusion that nuclear weapons are not good for that region, or the rest of the planet for that matter. If Iran gets nuclear weapons, then the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and half a dozen other countries are going to immediately want nuclear weapons themselves. Also you can bet that Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, good friends with Ahmadinejad in Iran, will also want nukes.What Is It Like To Work In Today’s Burma? – Interview With Aung Thura, a Burmese Returnee
Aung Thura, Chief Strategist at Ignite Marketing Communications in Yangon, is no stranger to a changing Burma. Thura has been part of Burma’s marketing communication landscape since 1996, and has navigated the business environments of various ASEAN markets, as a leader of McCann Erickson’s strategic planning teams in countries like Vietnam, Thailand and Laos. This month Thura gives AsianTalks the bigger picture in his region, and how an ancient Buddhist culture is coping with these modern times.