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Timeline of Iran's nuclear program controversy


Iran’s nuclear program and the controversy over its alleged military aspects have a long history dating back to 1957 when the US helped pre-revolution Iran kick-start its nuclear industry. 786 more words

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What are we all on about then?

I am no economist, but from my purely layman’s perch it seems to me that the nub of the Greece issue comes down to one empirically demonstrated fact: … 930 more words


A consumer group wants Google to give Americans 'the right to be forgotten'

A consumer advocacy group is urging the US Federal Trade Commission to investigate why Google has not given American internet users the “right to be forgotten.” 316 more words


When people think of an enjoyable afternoon, one of the last things to come to mind is an afternoon in the airport. I however, could not think of a place I would rather be… 169 more words


Sneak peek at our Europe 2015 Trip!

I was planning to blog during our trip but sunsets very late in Europe at 9:30 PM that by the time we got back to our hotel, it was at least 10:30 PM and then head to sleep. 227 more words


The Party's Over: what next for Greece and the Euro?

The European Project was built from noble and well-intentioned stuff. A common market which would promote the free movement of people and goods, improve cooperation and understanding, and in turn help build barriers to future conflict. 386 more words


The Beauty of Naples, Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast

When one visits Naples, Italy, there are so many choices of sights to see and things to do. Naples itself is a busy, port city. There is a castle overlooking the harbor that is neat to see, but a claim to fame that Naples has (at least for us Americans) is that Naples is the home of where pizza was invented! 1,505 more words