Refugees, Failed Nations and Corruption

Refugees and Corruption
Refugees and Corruption

The weekly death toll and ongoing human tragedy of the refugee crisis internationally is stunning for several reasons.  First, despite all of the talk (and talk and talk) about humanitarian principles and human rights, the international community has not moved beyond shutting borders, denying visas, and tent cities to deal with the several refugee crises occurring around the world.

These crises are, of course, a direct result of the decay of nations – corruption.   Continue reading “Refugees, Failed Nations and Corruption”


Cyprus, Global Finances and Corruption

Looking at the financial problems in Cyprus, Europe and (shudder) the U.S., you don’t need an PhD in Economics to see that what’s happening is more than simply criminal misconduct. Continue reading “Cyprus, Global Finances and Corruption”