These articles represent a PROUT analysis of important current issues, written by PROUT activists
While nuclear war with North Korea may sound scary, the conflict in the Middle East is a far more serious problem for the world. We look at the unique position of the Kurds and their role in the turmoil.
Cutting taxes is a common promise for politicians the world over to gain popularity and get more votes, but who really benefits? T. Shanks explores the topic.
Just like a holocaust denier, Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of Myanmar and once Nobel Peace Prize Laureate has closed her eyes to the genocide that has taken place under her rule. We look at the status of the Rohingya people and call for support for their struggle.
A brief look at the economic structure of North Korea and how this is impacting its position in the world, from a Prout perspective.
The world is heading for an “ecological credit crunch” far worse than the recent financial crisis. We humans are over-using the natural resources of the planet.
Read an eye-opening excerpt from Roar Bjonne’s Growing a New Economy.
Since the conception of the phrase ‘People, Planet, Profit’ in the mid 1990s, many private companies and multinational corporations pride themselves on adhering to TBL tenets.
In this extract from Roar Bjonne’s book, Growing a New Economy, he questions how effective it can be while we still operate within a capitalist system.
Trump’s response to the death of Heather Heyer in the ‘Unite the Right’ Rally in 2017 triggered uproar from the media regarding his double standards when dealing with violence within different social and ethnic groups. But how far does the awareness of these disparities stretch? T. Shanks takes a look.