• GUEST EDITORIAL (September 12, 2012): “The Curse of Creativity.”  Ilan Kelman, CICERO, Norway

20-Somethings and the 70-Somethings

March 14, 2011 | 2 Comments

– Make the Best Allies (Note: Be sure to see the Pickles cartoon at the end of this editorial.) Global warming of the earth’s atmosphere has been attributed to increases in the emissions of greenhouse…

Putting Environmental Impacts Labels on Clothing

March 08, 2011 | No Comments

…But what about a Humans Rights label? The Russian fable of Potemkin Village tells the story of a village leader who, wanting to impress the Tsar, ordered that the fronts of all the buildings that…

Is too much sovereignty a bad thing?

February 28, 2011 | No Comments

…Take Libya, for Example The concept of sovereignty has been around for centuries and has taken twists and turns in its meaning. But today I believe it is defined most plainly as ultimate decision-making power,…

Guest Editorial: From Blind Copying (bcc) to Basics (abc) in Science. -Ilan Kelman, CICERO, Oslo

February 07, 2011 | 1 Comment

Author: Ilan Kelman Science has become mired in blindness; it is dominated by bcc representing “blind copying”. That is, blindly copying what has gone before without innovative thought. In science today, bcc means Bureaucracy, Corporatism, and…

“What’s the Fuss: The international community tolerated Mubarak for 30 years.” Mickey Glantz, February 4, 2011

February 04, 2011 | No Comments

“What’s the Fuss now?: The international community tolerated Mubarak for 30 years.” Mickey Glantz, February 4, 2011 To read the news today either electronically or through printed media you’d think Hosni Mubarak changed from a…