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Dr. S. K. Ramachandran Nair

Instead of possessing money, many in the world are possessed by money and become slaves to it.

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Listening - Change and Growth

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Tibetan Tribute

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Caux Initiative for Business (CIB)
Asia Pacific Africa Regional Group (APARG)
March 10 to 14, 2004

Romania could lead the way in tackling medical terrorism - the strategic lever for shifting corruption in the former communist world.

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Michael Henderson, author of 'Forgiveness: Breaking the Chain of Hate' and other books on the power of forgiveness in international and personal life, has been much in demand during March.

Mary Lean

On 1 May, the European Union will have 75 million new inhabitants—and ten new member nations, bringing its total to 25. The ‘rich man’s club’ is opening its doors to its less wealthy neighbours—amid muttering from many of those already ensconced in its comfortable armchairs. It may seem strange—even presumptuous—for a publication based in the UK to welcome the new arrivals. To the rest of Europe, Britain has sometimes seemed an awkward member of the club, carping about the rules, resisting change and casting aspersions on everyone else. Although our government championed the enlargement, the prospect has sparked a xenophobia in some quarters which is matched only by attitudes to asylum seekers and refugees.

Colombia is a nation that has known bloody civil wars and where, since 1965, guerrillas have ruled part of the country, intimidating the other part by extortion, kidnapping, murder and sabotage.