Archive for the ‘Analysis’ Category

UK immigration reform and globalization

Posted on: January 23rd, 2011 by iainmarlow | No Comments

Carmen Kong writes from London about the coming changes to UK immigration and the impact it could have on Britain’s fading relevance in a globalizing world.

NATO’s Jamie Shea on emerging security threats

Posted on: December 28th, 2010 by iainmarlow | No Comments

Jamie Shea, newly appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary General for the Emerging Security Challenges Division at NATO, recently discussed the Alliance’s revival and other crucial geopolitical issues with The Toronto Review.

The Emerald Bailout

Posted on: December 6th, 2010 by iainmarlow | 1 Comment

Ireland’s story cannot be told without mentioning the slow and steady social and economic revolution that led to their experiment in “open-door” capitalism.

Part III of Ubuntu: More or less conflict?

Posted on: July 18th, 2010 by iainmarlow | No Comments

In this three-part series, Toronto Review correspondent Sigrun Marie Moss will examine Ubuntu, the meta-philosophy of Sub-Saharan Africa. This third and final installment, examines whether the belief may serve to escalate, rather than decrease, conflict.

Ubuntu: African meta-philosophy, Part II

Posted on: January 10th, 2010 by iainmarlow | No Comments

In the second installment of her analysis of ubuntu, the African meta-philosophy, Review Africa correspondent Sigrun Marie Moss ponders the ancient outlook’s possible downsides. Specifically, does this communal belief hinder individual African entrepreneurship — and in so doing, curse Africa’s prospects for prosperity?

The South Caucasus: an urgent opportunity

Posted on: November 10th, 2009 by iainmarlow | No Comments

This dark chapter in both Turkey and Armenia’s history now has the bilateral political momentum to be reconciled, creating a momentous opportunity for development agencies to implement long-term strategy for cooperation and engagement between the two countries’ communities. This urgent opportunity for peace and reconciliation in the South Caucasus must not be missed.

Ubuntu: African meta-philosophy Part I

Posted on: October 19th, 2009 by iainmarlow | 1 Comment

In this three-part series, Toronto Review correspondent Sigrun Marie Moss will examine Ubuntu, the meta-philosophy of Sub-Saharan Africa.