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A Sense of Entitlement

February 9, 2012

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Excuse my french but a sense of entitlement is nothing short of a son of a gun and does nothing less than screw with the mind of the perpetrator and create havoc for those who are subjected to this abuse. There are many people and things that come to mind when I think of a “sense […]

Corruption:the somewhat silent global challenge

January 23, 2012

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Kenithi Ohmae’s (2005) comment that the global economy is “borderless, invisible, cyber-connected, and measured in multiples” provides an understanding of the reason the challenges facing many nation-states are considered to be global in nature. No longer are problems easily contained within borders: whether it is the Avian flu, the economic downturn or terrorism, problems affecting […]

Introducing BuildANation – focused on Jamaican political and social issues

January 23, 2012

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BuildANation was born out of a desire to see Jamaica meet her target of becoming a developed nation by 2030. This goal will only be met through good governance and the creation of a vision that is articulated, understood and accepted by the majority of the Jamaican population.  The growth of the BRIC nations stand as a beacon and […]