As peoples’ sacrifices go unnoticed, we turn to a new form of diplomacy to address the world’s problems. Welcome to the age of Grassroot Diplomacy.
Am I really relative?
In protest to Tunisian President Ben Ali’s regime, fruit-vendor Mohamad Bouazizi set fire to himself on 4th January 2011. His death was not in vain as the uprising spurred from his extreme action was enough to bring about regime change. But popular uprisings are not…Continue
Added by Isabel Whisson on April 30, 2012 at 1:09pm — No Comments
The world is changing in a fascinating way. The recent events around the world today are reminding us that the dot.com era has more to offer than just connecting pals and families separated by miles of land or oceans. Whether it is yahoo mail, facebook, twitter, or livejournal, the worldwide web or cyber space has become a strong tool and platform for the democratization of communication, ideas, opinions and activism. Previously, politics and revolutionary decisions and actions were almost…Continue
Added by Mbuli Rene on February 3, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments