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Her African Prince


It was this time last year, he came into her life.
He was the man of her dreams (really, she daydreamed about this man).
Here he was sitting beside her. 510 more words

Blog

European pretense

I am not pleased with all my early efforts as a blogger and I am sometimes reluctant to visit that earlier version of myself. I felt a bit like that today when I browsed my stats to discover that someone had read a three year old post on my Norwegian blog, My initial thought was something like this: … 1,380 more words

Politics

The Money of Oil

From Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey P. Snider

The Ricardian theory of free trade has dominated economics philosophy for good reason. It has a sound basis in common sense and offers a theoretical guide to understand the nature of exchange from a systemic standpoint. 1,391 more words

Economy

The Best Kind of Experience is the One Most Unexpected

May 25, 2016 (Posting May 28, 2016)

Shockingly, today was possibly our best day yet. It’s been almost a full month (departed April 27th) and everyday has taught me something different. 1,014 more words

Africa

Upsurge of Migratory Traffic Across Sahara From West to North Africa

New data by the International Organization for Migration show a significant increase in the number of migrants journeying across the Sahara desert from West Africa to Algeria and Libya and then onwards to Europe. 335 more words

Africa