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A few words about my Global Post on Regionalism

Anne Marie Aikins, Manager of Strategic Communications for Metrolinx sent two tweets to myself regarding errors on my Global post on regionalism in the GTA… 244 more words

Urban & Regional Planning Issues

Regional governance model sorely needed in the Greater Toronto Area

Over the last few days, it has been a transit junkie’s feast. Last week David Quarmby from Transport for London (TfL) was at the Toronto Region Board of Trade touting a regional governance model to oversee transit.  850 more words


Mention Prize COACV 2001-02

COACV is the Association of architects of Valencian Comunity, Spain.

Periodically prizes are given to the best projects, researches, publications and PhD.

Luisa Fernández won a Mention Prize in 2002 with the research: 2,018 more words

Carlos Soler Monrabal

All of my heroes are dead

Perched along a hilltop, the Galicia City of Culture is a sweeping testament to Peter Eisenmans ability to derive significance through layering. The centre emerges from the landscape, oscillating with relevance to historic topographic shifts, to produce a mountainous form clad in granite. 372 more words


How Individualism Blinds US to the World

It goes against the grain of the American character to think collectively, and this is understandably so. Our nation was founded on resistance to the concept of being only a small part of a much larger empirical machine. 1,582 more words

The death of Asom Gana Parishad

The demise of regional politics in Assam started right after the rise of the Congress Government of Tarun Gogoi in 2001. A generation that grew up during the phase of Assam Agitation of 1985 would probably understand the value and importance of regionalism, much more that what we do today. 754 more words


Reclaiming a strong India

What is common between the ongoing events in Crimea (2014), the British action against Argentina in the Falklands under Maggie Thatcher (1982), the war against Tamils in Sri Lanka (1982 to 2009), Kashmir (1947 onwards) and Sikkim (1975)? 1,117 more words