Leadership, Assistance and Occupation: lessons from Afghanistan!


“If we don’t stand for our sovereignty, it won’t take long before that assistance turns into an occupation”, said Afghan President criticizing the US and others. As a global leadership scholar, I am studying American soft power leadership and its practices on the global world in general and in Haiti in particular. Shortly after theContinue reading “Leadership, Assistance and Occupation: lessons from Afghanistan!”

HAITI’s OVERVIEW SITUATION: AN OCHA UPDATE


The Government is reporting that 112,392 have died and 196,501 people have been injured by the earthquake.  Some 262,901 people have left the earthquake-affected areas for departments in the north and west, according to the Government. The number of displaced people ranges from 800,000 to one million. Relief supplies are being distributed throughout affected areas butContinue reading “HAITI’s OVERVIEW SITUATION: AN OCHA UPDATE”