Nelson Mandela is indisputably Africa’s greatest icon. He is one of a small number of icons where the person was greater than the myths about him.
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In the simplest terms, Russia’s PR will improve when it stops doing things that generate such negative PR.
It has been a year since the first democratic election in Egypt’s history; the government has fallen, pushed out by the military and the presence of millions of people on the streets.
The overwhelming feeling by an exhausted nation is that our state of trust in political leadership has been truly shaken to the core and perhaps shattered beyond repair.
Fumbling for words of wisdom of my own to share with my daughter, I wondered what I wished I had known at my own graduation to prepare me for the many changes that lay ahead.
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Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation imparts a key lesson: no organization is immune to the necessity of succession planning.