Live Encounters Thinkers December 2019

There is so much to choose from. It’s like a supermarket out there with all kinds of man-made disasters available on the shelves, one has simply to reach out and grab one. 2019 is ending on a note of negotiated delusions with the Climate Change Conference. What happened to the good old days when we used a blanket instead of a heater? All this talk of saving the world is pointless. Everything is done half-heartedly. Let’s make a resolution for the New Year to decimate the planet. Destroy all our natural resources, pollute the rivers and farm the seas to extinction. At least we would be doing one thing properly.
Mark Ulyseas, 2019 – Another year of Living Foolishly?

Live Encounters Magazine Thinkers December 2019

David Morgan – Stolen Dreams, The Kurds and Us
Dr N Mythili – Women in School Leadership
Dr Ashok Sharma – India’s Pursuit of Energy Security
Dr Greta Sykes – Sex is better under socialism
Dr Howard Richards – The Positive Erotic
Dr Kalinga Seneviratne – Is ‘Watchdog’ Journalism a Western Mythology?
Dr Namrata Goswami – Strategic Messages and Inferences
from China’s 70th Anniversary Celebrations

Dr Nancy Stanford Blair & Dr Mark L Gesner
Discovering Your Life’s Message

Dr Naresh Chandra Saxena – Why is Indian bureaucracy not delivering?
Dr Peter Gonsalves – Gandhi: John Paul II’s ‘Hero of Humanity’
Inderjit Singh Jaijee & Dona Suri – Legacy of Militancy in Punjab
K. V. Thomas – ISRO- Misfired-The espionage case that shook India
Mark Ulyseas – 2019 Another Year of Living Foolishly?
Professor Farhat Basir Khan – Games of Votes
Ratna and Suhasini Vira – Why People Give: Interpreting Altruism

LE Thinkers Dec 2019PDF


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