The requirement for governance does exist at any point where a group of individuals comes as one with the aim of accomplishing a given target. It is the governance that determines an individual who has power, those who make decisions, how to allow the voice of other persons be heard and lastly how the account … Read morePublic policy in governance
The president of Russia Vladimir Putin announced that he would move nuclear-capable missiles closer to Europe in response to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO’s) expansion in the Baltic States. According to Putin, to manifest force against western allies, Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles and a ballistic Islanders system will be opened in Kaliningrad, which is located … Read moreIs Russia a Threat to the USA?
Barrack Hussein Obama made history by becoming the first African American president of the United States of America in January 2009. He had been identified as a potential presidential candidate after his beautiful speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention while he was Senator for Illinois. The possibility of an African American occupying the oval … Read moreWho Would be the Most Suitable Candidate to Be Called ‘The Second Obama?’
In the space of under a month, the odds on a hung parliament after the election have moved from Evens to 4/7. The main development behind this has been the startling polling coming out of Scotland showing the possibility of sweeping SNP gains, mainly at Labour’s expense. The continued good showing of the Greens at … Read moreHung Parliament odds hit all time low
Oh dear. The Ashcroft Scottish constituency polling may have been very bad news for Jim Murphy, but it wasn’t much better for Ladbrokes. We were hoping it might show some encouragement for Labour in some of their safest seats, but no. We are now sitting on some hefty losses if the SNP do as well as this … Read moreSNP now favourites in 40 seats