What we need is to think strategically about development, analyzing a country s potential role in its region and the world in search of opportunities for growth. Platforms like the Global Social Business Summit can facilitate the process on bringing about change.
I believe that the emphasis on curbing population growth diverts attention from the more vital issue of pursuing policies that allow the population to take care of itself.
We always think of global problems, and we get stuck. It rsquo;s overwhelming. So this is the way to proceed. Solve one person rsquo;s problem, then five people rsquo;s problem.
The Fall of the Berlin Wall was a very powerful symbol of making possible something that was once considered impossible. - The celebration is about imagining what other walls need to come down in the world, whether it rsquo;s the wall of poverty or of unemployment, and then...
I believe peace is possible. When we think about the EU, the enmity there was even more deeply rooted and historical than the rivalries between India and Pakistan. There is a good symbolism in sharing the Nobel Peace Prize jointly between an Indian and a Pakistani. Hopefully, this...
What is wrong? In a world where the ideology of free enterprise has no real challenger, why have free markets failed so many people? As some nations march toward ever greater prosperity, why has so much of the world been left behind?
What is impossible today becomes routine tomorrow.
A culture that holds people back should and can be changed.
Culture is useless unless it is constantly challenged by counter culture. People create culture; culture creates people. It is a two-way street. When people hide behind a culture, you know that s a dead culture.
Making money is happiness. And that s a great incentive. Making other people happy is super-happiness.