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Dr. Aland Mizell, President of Minority Care International, Receives Prison Education Award

The president of the Social Entrepreneurship Institute, Dr. Aland Mizell, receivee in founding this innovative program for the incarcerated, and for his effort to show that learning has the power to change lives. The award was presented during the BJMP’s … Continue reading

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 The End of the Liberal World Order

The world wars badly destroyed the concept of nationalism and led to the establishment of the United Nations and the European Economic Community or the Common Market. These transnational organizations were hoping to prevent the spread of nationalism in favor … Continue reading

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What rights are being taken away from the women?

Donald Trump’s inagaguration speech with its different tones in his message to the people and the major march that took place on Saturday against him showed the beginning of a new era for America and its role in the world, … Continue reading

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Multi- Currency World System 


During the Cold War, the Soviet Union dominated the East and the United States the West, but the end of the Cold War changed the balance of the 
world. The American victory resulted in American hegemony in a unipolar 
system–America. … Continue reading

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The Status of the Minorities in South East Asia: Why Can’t Turkey Be Like the Philippines?

The Philippine nation is a pluralistic society and culture compared to other South East Asian countries in the region. The direction the Philippines has taken since her colonial days has been toward the integration of small, more diverse tribal communities … Continue reading

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