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The U.S. Future – It Looks a Lot Like the Ukraine Past – By Maksym Eristavi | Foreign Affairs

By Maksym Eristavi | Foreign Affairs

Trump’s Shakedown Makes Washington Just Another Racket

The impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump has pulled my homeland, Ukraine, into the spotlight, and more Americans are talking about it than ever before. Yet few see it clearly. Some still call it — wrongly — “the Ukraine”, and few seem willing to spell the name of our capital the way that we do, which is “Kyiv”. Others foster grave misconceptions regarding Ukraine’s multi-century struggle against Russian colonial rule or about its continuing war against a Russian invasion.

Many Americans point out to me that the scandal involving Trump’s misconduct in a call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will never really be about Ukraine: It is all about the integrity of democracy in the United States.
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Video: Pictures Of Guyana – By Mike Charles


This video is the product of years of photography across Guyana by Mike Charles, a Guyanese helicopter pilot for over 25 years.

VIEW PICTURES: Curiosities of the world

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Stunning Photos: Winners of the acclaimed Sienna International Photo Awards

The stunning winners of the acclaimed Sienna International Photo Awards

If your photograph is commended or a winner in the Siena International Photo Awards it’s certainly significant – because it’s enormously popular.  This year a staggering 48,000 people entered.  And the standard is very high – the competition attracts entries from photographers who are at the peak of their powers.

Petro-dollars can fuel Guyana’s escape from coming global warming catastrophe – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Petro-dollars can fuel Guyana’s escape from coming global warming catastrophe


  • The title of Thomas Wolfe’s posthumous 1940 novel says, “You Can’t Go Home Again.”
  • But you can try.
  • I did.
  •  Wolfe was right.

I visited my native Guyana recently for my dearest friend’s funeral. The trip took me to the capital Georgetown, where I had worked for about a decade and a half as a journalist, then to my friend’s house several miles away and to Essequibo County, where I was born and spent much of my life, eight years as a schoolteacher.

This was my second visit back since immigrating to the United States in 1984, the first in about  20 years later. It was an eye-opener.      Continue reading

UG #PPL – The Magazine of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine 2nd Edition

UG #PPL – The Magazine of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine 2nd Edition

PACE is delighted to share with you its second edition of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine “UG#PPL” (UG People). UG#PPL . Please receive your personal copy. We would be delighted if you would share UG#PPL  with your own networks.

Please also feel free to send your contributions for inclusion in future publications.

Please find Link below.

Do read and enjoy!


Philanthropy, Alumni & Civic Engagement (PACE)

Turkeyen Campus, Georgetown.


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VIDEO: Photos That Prove Japan Is Different From The Rest Of The World

Photos That Prove Japan Is Different From The Rest Of The World

Japanese culture is absolutely incomparable to any in our Western world. Their deeply rooted politeness, precision, and dedication to work are rarely seen anywhere else.


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The All Saints Anglican Church celebrated 180 Years – by Francis Quamina Farrier

 The All Saints Anglican Church celebrated 180 Years – by Francis Quamina Farrier 

The All Saints Anglican Church in New Amsterdam, Berbice, has been celebrating its 180th Anniversary this past week with a series of activities.

They included a Public Parade around New Amsterdam, the ordination by Bishop Charles Davidson of Mr. Ezra Minty and Mr. Theodore De Monick as deacons of the church, at the St. George’s Cathedral in Georgetown.  There was also the distribution of Food hampers to a number of Shut-in elders in New Amsterdam.

The celebration concluded on Sunday afternoon with a High Mass at 3.00 o’clock at the church on Main Street, New Amsterdam.  A few weeks ago, the building was given some needed repairs. It was not quite of the scope as that still being under-taken at the iconic St. George’s Cathedral in Georgetown.    Continue reading



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Guyana History: The house with ninety-nine windows

The house with 99 windows

The house with 99 windows

Guyana Times Sunday Magazine – June 14, 2013

Though crumbling, the house of 99 windows stood as a symbol of status more than 100 years ago. In the 1800s and early 1900s, to construct a house with 100 windows and furnish it with a more than 14-foot dining table were ways of showing to society one’s high status.

This was true of the Hicken family of Berbice. They built a massive house with 100 windows and furnished it with a dining table stretching over 14 feet in length.

David Fraser, 76, and heir of the house, said in an interview that he had read a bit on the building from some aged records that are totally destroyed now. He was unable to learn all the details about the history of the house, but remembered some details. Continue reading

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