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Considering the world's many crises, this week's winner asks whether humanity's troubles are worse than we think. Check back here for a link to the story.
A large part of the world is in a pre-collapse state. Russia, China, America, Europe and Japan are in danger of collapse, economic or otherwise. The Middle East is now in the state of collapse. The UN predicts “global social crisis” stemming from the 2008-2009 economic downturn.
Looking at the big picture, is the world as we know it about to collapse? Are we in much bigger trouble than we think?
|Jay Lynnman suggests:||
The leaking of Obama's college transcripts, which allegedly show he applied for aid as a non American citizen.
|Peru Predicament suggests:||
How about an update on Peru. Markets are worried the country's controversial new president may reverse reforms that have supported strong growth. What's the reality?
|Michael P Walsh suggests:||
A regular review/ column on the expanding philosophy and widespread adoption of GlobalCitizenship in academia, nonprofit youth organizations such as GlobalCitizenYear.org and NewGlobalCitizens.org) and as a mantra for Corporate Social Responsibility (E.G. Hewlett Packard using Global Citizenship since 1939). Based on universal human rights, social & economic justice.
|Michael Miles suggests:||
Canada being made a fool because Harper is selling Poison abroad.