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How a year flies by.

I recently returned from New York where I visited The Art Show, an annual art event that has been a big part of my life for the past twenty years!   590 more words


No Way Out

This is a series of posts about Belize and Guatemala that starts here.

Mike’s Place is a tourist complex where we would go kayaking or canoeing—it wasn’t  clear—in caves. 683 more words


Investigating the State in the Middle East

Andrew Delatolla is a final year doctoral candidate in the department of International Relations at the LSE. He holds an MA in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, a BA in Political Science from Concordia University in Montreal, and a BFa in Drawing and Painting from OCAD University in Toronto. 610 more words


NGO and Challenging Future


The existence of Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in international development is not a recent scenario and their contributions in the domestic as well as the international social resurgence in the recent years has influenced many public opinions and shaped government’s policies. 3,530 more words


Getting Along

This is a series of posts about Belize and Guatemala that starts here.

Finally, we were all squished into the van and Mark pulled out of the airport parking lot with Jesse in the passenger seat holding a map on his lap. 662 more words


The Freedom to Smile

Landlocked within the awesome beauty of the Himalayas, the Kingdom of Bhutan has seen the title of the Last Great Kingdom bestowed upon it due to it’s natural beauty and long standing independence. 690 more words

International Politics

Keeping it Real in Spain?

My paternal grandfather and father, were both good amateur soccer players in their youth. While on a recent vacation in Spain, I was staying close to… 259 more words