“Maybe instead of pissing away millions of dollars on an airplane that does everything but fly, maybe, we should make sure that all Americans have clean water to drink, have safe food to eat, and have a decent place to sleep.”
The Republic of Armenia, and by extension its worldwide diaspora, is at an exciting crossroad between the past and future. What road it will take in the coming critical years depends largely on Armenia’s ability grow its economy. Tourism and foreign investment are important factors in reaching this key goal.
Unlike other nations pursuing similar objectives, Armenia has been late to the party in terms of actively marketing its brand assets in today’s competitive global economy. But thanks to a groundbreaking initiative, recently launched by the Armenian government, this is about to change.
The Armenian National Competitiveness Foundation, working in close cooperation with the Embassy of the United States in Armenia, has been tasked by Armenia’s government to market Armenia and its people under the assignment’s banner “Brand Armenia.”
“Is the American Dream dead? Al Jazeera America At age 8, Ed Klein sold drugs from the front door of his family's row home in Baltimore's Pigtown neighborhood. For decades, the area has had some of the highest crime and poverty rates in the city.”
“The American Brand is doing okay. Are you surprised? I was and wasn't. Pew Research just issued new research on perceptions of the international balance of power among over 48,000 people in 44 countries from March 17 to June 5, 2014.”
Are today's young really worse off than the old? In this series, I'll examine this question through the lens of five successive generations—and look at how each one redefined and tried to achieve the American Dream.
“The American Dream meant something completely different to those who came to this great nation a generation ago. It didn't mean riches and it didn't mean influence. The American Dream meant that you, regardless of your ...”
“Sorry, America. Not everyone gets a third date with Beyoncé. The "American Dream" tells us that if you just work hard enough, you can achieve anything. But like Gordon Ramsay yelling about bland potatoes, John Oliver is here to g...”
“Keeping the American Dream alive is your responsibility and mine: opinion The Huntsville Times - al.com Lately, many of our leaders have suggested that the American Dream is fading, that without the right policy solutions or political characters we...”
“Millennials say American Dream within reach St. Louis Business Journal (blog) Millennials, ages 18 to 29, believe the American Dream is within their reach. Note, however, their definition of the American Dream may not be yours.”