Monday Jan 30, 2023

How Politicians Make Law in the United States?

It is a web-friendly presentation of “How Our Laws Are Made” (Housebook 110-49); Revised and revised by John V. Sullivan, Congressman, United States House of Representatives, July 2007. Introduction This online resource provides an essential overview of many of our federal legislative processes and procedures from the source of ideas for legislative proposals to their […]

Australia’s Gambling Failings Whistleblower Will Run for Political Seat in NSW

Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) will hold a general election in March, and gambling is becoming a hot topic in the race. A seasoned new-faced competitor is throwing his hat into the ring, hoping to challenge Chris Minns for statewide boxing dominance. Troy Stolz was previously responsible for ensuring NSW clubs and pubs followed anti-money […]

Sweden Will Participate in Nato’s Missile Defense Strategy

The Swedish government wants the country to be part of NATO’s missile defense strategy, including the Baltic Air Force. Sweden’s armed forces will also be ready to contribute to NATO’s defense of the Baltic states, Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said on Sunday. In his speech in Sälen, Kristersson gave an overview of the government’s views […]

Details of South Korea’s Indo-pacific Policy Are Revealed

South Korea unveiled details of its Indo-Pacific strategy on Wednesday, which focuses on promoting freedom, peace and prosperity by creating a rule-based system and cooperation on human rights. In its final strategic report, the government said it would adopt nine recovery measures to achieve its vision of a free, peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region based […]

Predatory Prison Phone Calls Can Now Be Cracked Down by the FCC ,Thanks to a Recently Approved Bill

The FCC may eventually crack down on pet cell phone companies, thanks to bills that have passed. A new law (pending the President’s signature) will allow the Federal Communications Commission to regulate rates at popular prison call centers. Under the threat of providing strong products at reasonable prices, companies may choose to close and open […]

China’s Foreign Minister Cautions US Not to Cross Its ‘Red Line’

The US should stop its “old everyday practice of one-sided tormenting”, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has let us know Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a call. Wang on Friday blamed the US for attempting to smother China’s turn of events. Washington should focus on Beijing’s genuine worries, he said, cautioning the US against […]

Goa’s Liberation Day: How India’s Smallest State Was Freed from Portuguese Rule

Leaders from all political parties extended their greetings to the people of Goa on the state’s Independence Day on Monday. The coastal state was liberated from Portuguese rule on December 19, 1961. Taking to Twitter, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “On this day, we remember the courage and tremendous contribution of all those who participated […]

The Humanities Are Key to Understanding the War Between Russia and Ukraine

I recently did a virtual event on the Russian invasion of Ukraine organized by the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia. The event brought together experts to give a brief overview of the war situation and the gathering was attended by nearly 1,000 people. Questions from the […]

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