Murray Hunter
Murray Hunter
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The Taliban's Most Dangerous New Weapon? Philanthropy For Islamic Education

America wants to fight Islamic radicalization worldwide. But by neglecting the fundamentals of education and community development, the U.S. risks losing to groups like the Taliban.

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The Coming Revolution in Europe: A Cultural Euro Crisis

The citizens of the EU must be encouraged to develop a sense of ownership in the whole political process once again.
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Why Nauru is Australia's Guantanamo

Australia is now sending refugees again to Nauru. Accommodations there are makeshift tents with little ventilation and very basic conditions.
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Obama South East Asia Trip: Trouble In Cambodia

President Obama found that his South East Asia trip was hardly a cakewalk, especially in Cambodia.
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War in Israel: Israel Breaks International Law, and the West Condones It

Australia's PM Julia Gillard came out condemning Hamas, but supporting Israel's assassination of a Hamas leader. What does this kind of double standard say about the state of Western democracy?
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Israel War Casts Dark Cloud Over Obama, Could Determine If Hillary Clinton Runs in 2016

An Inconvenient truth: The next few days may determine Obama's legacy before his second term begins, and decide whether Clinton will make a run for the presidency in 2016.

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Hillary Clinton for President: Secretary of State Amps Up Statesmanship in Asia Trip

Hillary now wants to "outsource" U.S. cooperation with India to Australia so the U.S. can work to clean up the mess in Pakistan created by clandestine missions.
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Obama Asia Trip: Obama Could Start a Cold War With China, and Here is How

A week after winning a second term, Obama visits Thailand, Burma, and Cambodia, using "warnings," "one-up-manship," and "hearts and minds" tactics. The gloves are off in South East Asia.
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US China Relations Could Get Complicated With New Australian Foreign Policy

After decades of successive government foreign and trade policy, Australia still does not have any embedded position within the Asian region.
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Nobel Peace Given to the European Union Could Be Illegal

According to the will of Alfred Nobel made in Paris on November 27, 1895, in setting up the trust in his own words, it is clear that only individuals were intended to be recipients of the awards.
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Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg: This is How They Helped Their Companies Succeed

Don't get hung up on doing a great looking formal business plan, unless you are going to see a bank or get a partner involved.

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How to Build a Business By Copying and Improving Other Businesses

Business copy each other all the time. Do you see the similarity between Southwest Airlines and Virgin?
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Business Plan: How to Start Your Own Business and Succeed as an Entrepreneur

Usually new inventors are surfers, runners, artists, or computer nerds who love what they are doing and find a new way of doing something that no one has thought of before.
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Entrepreneurship Tips: 3 Mistakes to Avoid in Order to Win in Your Startup

No matter how glamorous entrepreneurship is made to look, the reality is so very different.
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Bill Gates Was Once a Failure: The Secret Behind His Business Success

What do Henry Ford and Bill Gates have in common? They both failed before they won.
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Lady Gaga, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates: The Surprising Secret Behind Their Success

We try to crack the code of business success, but what if there is no code to be broken?

Success in Business Has Nothing to do With Intelligence

You may think it's important tobe a genius to turn a great idea into a successful business; what you really need is a helping of a creativity.
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Islamic Banking: If Muslims Ran Wall Street, America Could Have Avoided the 2008 Economic Crisis

Islamic banking teaches Muslims to think not just about personal profit, but also about the common good.