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What a BRICS currency and the Tower of Babel would have in common

In her fascinating new book, Paper Soldiers, Saleha Mohsin traces the arc of the dollar’s rise to global preeminence. She
April 7, 2024

I really miss Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher

Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher were highly polarizing figures. They were beloved by
April 4, 2024

May God continue to bless America

The intense debate about economic inequality in America is a highly necessary exercise. Inequity has a harmful impact on all
March 31, 2024

Russians should pray that ISIS was responsible for the Moscow concert attack, not Ukraine

Gunmen burst into a Moscow-area concert hall last Friday evening and shot dead scores of people. Initial reports said that
March 28, 2024

We boomer parents shouldn’t fret about the young ones, they’ll be alright

The legendary beauty of Soviet women caused one of my Ghanaian classmates in Kyiv to do something that was nothing
March 26, 2024

Did Biden administration officials really make these callous and shameful remarks?

In recent weeks, Ukraine has launched a series of drone strikes on Russia’s oil refineries. Oil revenues fund Russia’s war
March 24, 2024

Guest Blog by Jay Levine: Lost In A Sea of Technology

I have, and use, 3 computers, 2 cell phones and 3 different size i-pads. Last year—not that I really need
March 24, 2024

Guest Blog by Jay Levine: Looking for Positivity

While some might argue the following, in my opinion there are two choices in life: positivity or negativity. (Spoiler Alert:
March 23, 2024

The hypocrisy of the lawmakers who passed Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ bill

Benchmarking is a vitally important exercise. Corporate bosses spend significant amounts of time studying operational methods of highly successful peer
March 22, 2024

I wish everyone had an opportunity to live with a Dmitry Vasilev

In an act of domestic terrorism, Timothy McVeigh detonated a bomb next to a federal building in Oklahoma City on
March 19, 2024

Guest blog by Jay Levine: The Gift (and Power) of a Smile

I have had the pleasure and honor knowing Patrick Asare for many years. It was only after reading his marvelous,
March 17, 2024

Antonio Guterres must be the most powerless CEO in the world

The world is a complete mess right now. There are conflagrations all across the globe but unfortunately there are no
March 14, 2024

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