Mexico currently sits above the fourth largest shale oil and gas reserve in the world,
according to a recent report published by The U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The potential for shale and oil gas production is leading international companies
to invest in the country. However, serious structural and technological barriers remain
for investors betting on accruing huge profits from Mexicos energy industry.
The rise of terrorism during the last two decades, particularly in the Middle East,
makes one wonder how extremist groups gained such momentum. Suleiman Bakhit, Jordanian
comic book artist has explored the rise and proliferation of terrorism in the aftermath
In the classic article, More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing, Amartya Sen brilliantly
articulates the problem of the declining number of women in the world's population.
Here, he presents an analysis of the status quo that examines the reason for the diminishing
number of women in the world.
Earlier this month, StarTimes, a privately owned Chinese media company, expanded to
the Democratic Republic of Congo. The operator plans to widen its digital broadcasting
network across the continent. It doesn't have far to go with a subscriber base of
1.5 million by December 2013, according to a report from Dataxis, StarTimes should
reach its goal of 2 million by January 2015. StarTimes is taking advantage of an uncompetitive
market with a growing consumer base. It's not alone.
For decades now, the people of Scotland have struggled with a question that many people
can relate to all too well: at what point does the difficulty of remaining in a bad
relationship outweigh the struggle of starting afresh?
Tour guides no longer have to pass a test and pay a fee to lead visitors around the
District of Columbia.