My Mind

  • Mar

    Every year in the month of March the National People’s Congress, China’s equivalent to a parliament, meets in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing for its annual three-week

  • Mar
    By Lawrence Summers, Reuters

    The events in Ukraine have now made effective external support for successful economic and political reform there even more crucial. The world community is rising to the occasion

  • Mar
    By William Pesek, Bloomberg

    Does Shinzo Abe love soldiers who died during World War II more than Japanese living today?
    The question might sound disrespectful. But I can’t help asking it as I survey

  • Mar

    “Leadership ‘qualities’ are not the qualities that enable people to attract followers, but those that enable them to do without them. They include — at the very least —

  • Mar
    By Anja Manuel, Reuters

    Last year greenhouse gas emissions reached a record high of 39 billion tonnes. Emissions actually dropped in the US and Europe but substantial increases in China and

  • Mar

    According to US department of transportation (DOT) fatigue is the result of physical or mental exertion that impairs performance. Driver fatigue may be due to a lack of

  • Mar

    Recently Russia sent troops in to Crimea a region of the Ukraine with historic ties to Moscow. Much huffing and puffing has ensued

  • Mar

    When actor Alan Alda, star of the popular American TV series MASH, was 11, he had asked his science teacher what fire was. She took a long time to