Monthly Archives: May 2015

Shell ready to seize its Arctic drilling chance

  Activists in kayaks, who oppose Royal Dutch Shell’s plans to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean, approach Shell’s Polar Pioneer drilling rig docked in Elliott Bay, next to the Port of Seattle Terminal 5, during the “Paddle in … Continue reading

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GLOBAL LOGISTICS

12 Trends for Logistics in the Future World exports as a percentage of global GDP showed a continuous growth trend from the mid-eighties of the last century, until 2008. Since then the growth stopped. Another indicator for trade, global capital … Continue reading

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An End of Improvisation in Thailand

Thursday, May 14, 2015 An End to Improvisation in Thailand By Stanley A. Weiss BANGKOK-Fifty-five years ago, the King of Siam met the King of Swing. With Cold War tensions ratcheting up, Thailand’s young monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, embarked on … Continue reading

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Armed Robbery on the Streets of Gstaad Switzerland

Armed Robbery on Gstaad’s Promenade GSTAADLIFE The story could’ve been ripped from the headlines in urban London, Paris, or New York—not Gstaad, nestled peacefully in the Swiss Alps. Yet last week, an armed robbery occurred in broad daylight on the … Continue reading

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