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Monthly Archives: February 2010

The economic crisis of 2008 provided a stark reminder of the potential pitfalls of globalization. Due to its origins in US markets, early concerns focused on the crisis’s impact on western nations. Now, a report issued by the United Nations...

By Record on Feb 26th, 2010

According to the latest announcement by the European Union, a “strong risk” of famine may be what the world needs to turn its attention to West Africa, where extreme hunger continues to plague the nation. In January, the EU announced that...

By Record on Feb 18th, 2010

Conflict in southern Sudan has been ongoing for years, and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes that continuing hostilities in 2010 can lead to “catastrophic humanitarian, political, military, and economic consequences throughout the...

By Record on Feb 14th, 2010

In January 2010, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina made a 3-day visit to India to meet with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and sign a series of agreements to defeat South Asia’s common enemy: poverty. Determined to transform both...

By Record on Feb 6th, 2010

On January 28, Afghan leaders, along with representatives from NATO, the United Nations, the EU and other international organizations, gathered in London for a one day conference to discuss the future of Afghanistan. The conference focused...

By Record on Feb 5th, 2010