Overview. In the modern era, nation-building referred to the efforts of newly independent nations, notably the nations of Africa but also in the Balkans, to redefine the populace of territories that had been carved out by colonial powers or empires without regard to ethnic, religious, or other boundaries. These reformed states would then become viable and coherent national entities.
Fiscal Problems. One evident problem is fiscal: Cities typically have serious difficulties in paying for basic services such as policing, public education, trash removal, street maintenance, and snow removal (at least in cold climates), and in providing certain services for their residents who are poor or disabled or who have other conditions.The fiscal difficulties that cities routinely face.
Multinational companies are faced with the challenge of developing their operations in a constantly changing environment. Companies, in order to be successful, will have to go through a deep analysis to determine what their capabilities and weak areas are before going international.The problems that young people face as well as their visions and aspirations are essential components of the challenges and prospects of today’s societies and future generations” Mobilizing the creativity and passion of young men and women, and recognizing the unique perspective of youth on their current and future needs are quickly becoming national and international priorities.African Connectivity, Problems, Solutions and Actions: Some Recommendations from Inet'96. African Connectivity, Problems,. Society (there are already initiatives by UNECA), every African country should chart its road map towards building national information infrastructure.
At the Liberia National Commemoration, women wear dresses depicting the Liberian flag and political leaders. continue to absorb the bulk of the national budget. According to the peace accords that led to the 1997 election, the national military was supposed to have been restructured by the West African intervention force (ECOMOG) to reflect all the parties that contested the war.Read More
Unfortunately, in many cases, women are mistreated badly and very often the importance of women in the society is underestimated. Not long time ago, main activities in women’s lives were considered being a good cook, an abiding wife, taking care of the kids and the household.Read More
Coal is a nonrenewable fossil fuel that is combusted and used to generate electricity. Mining techniques and combustion are both dangerous to miners and hazardous to the environment; however, coal accounts for about half of the electricity generation in the United States.Read More
The skills of social workers may be employed to alleviate adverse social conditions through their operational public, private, civil society organizations, and non-governmental organizations. The fact that social workers operate in so many and diverse settings is itself indicative of the significance of social work in national development.Read More
Conflict in Society: Definition, Causes and Types! Definition of Conflict: Conflict is an ever present process in human relations. It has been defined by A. W. Green “as the deliberate attempt to oppose, resist or coerce the will of another or others.Read More
Notes on Urbanization, their problems and their remedies. Concept of urbanization and its impact. Childe's ten characteristics of an urban civilization. Major causes of urbanization. Problems due to rapid rate of urbanization. Remedy to fix issues of urbanization in India. Possible remedy for the urbanization issues and problems at global level.Read More
A running list of action on plastic pollution The world is waking up to a crisis of ocean plastic—and we're tracking the developments and solutions as they happen. 20 Minute Read.Read More
Equally importantly, some of the most talented people in the world, including Americans and Europeans, are giving up their citizenship to become Singapore citizens. Maybe they have noticed something that the Western media has not noticed: Singapore is one of the best places to be born in and to live in. Quite amazingly, a society destined to fail in 1965 has become one of the world's greatest.Read More
A cashless society might sound like something out of science fiction, but it's already on its way. Several powerful forces are behind the move to a cash-free world, including some governments and large financial services companies.Read More
Corruption. It is an overloaded word often used as the sole cause of the problems in poor countries. Yet, corruption seems to be everywhere, indeed often encouraged by rich countries and their corporations, especially when it comes to natural resources, and arms trade.Read More