Robin Cook

April 25, 2013
Stephen A. Schwarzman

Scholarship Looking to the Future

It doesn’t take a clairvoyant, or genius, to see where the global economic and political muscle will be in the future. The sub-prime mortgage crisis of the last few years highlights not only glaring discrepancies in national economic policies, but also the regulatory mechanics supposedly in place to monitor them. […]
April 21, 2013
Honey Bee in Flight

Parliamentary Action for Bees

The debate about the health of the little buzzing critters that routinely disrupt picnics – Bees – has taken on an ever-widening scope. Within the last decade scientific evidence has shown that wild species of bees, or honeybees, are responsible for pollinating “one third of the world’s crops.” And it’s also become […]
April 14, 2013
Philippe Cousteau

Water is Life

Everywhere I look in the mainstream press lately, green issues are increasingly dominating our political and social landscape – philanthropists too, are seeing the necessity and bigger picture of focusing their time and energies in this direction. CNN has been running interesting online reportage about the environment, covering issues like the […]
April 10, 2013
Hollywood is coming to China

Hollywood: The Great Reformer

Chinese President Xi Jinping has been a busy leader since taking office recently. Trips to Russia and Africa are just the beginning of his new PR-savvy attempts to change with the current climate. It’s also interesting to see that whilst Jinping is embracing this more modern drive, India was in […]