I can't believe it's taken me this long to put together my European travel Diary, but with Restyle, PFF and then finally giving Kari the opportunity to blog, it's given me time to go through all my photos and reminisce about the epic adventure I had! I visited 11 cities in the space of 4 weeks with my best friend and love Mr.P, which included London, Oxford, Essen, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Amsterdam, Paris, Venice, Florence, Rome and Berlin. Although we did some very touristy things my favourite part was simply wondering around - getting lost - and discovering the diversity each city had to offer. Below are just a few of the many things that made my heart flutter when I took these photos!
Thursday, 16 January 2014
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Sunday, 12 January 2014
The problems in Iran, on the surface, are the result of a disputed election, but when you dig a little deeper the real difficulty, at its core, is a conflict of beliefs. To change regimes then, there must be a change of ideas. Since the street protests are to be truly effective, you need to start a different kind of campaign. Violence is compounded to find the situation that the current regime justification for their own violent repression.
As you can go, used a system constantly as a threat as a force to change, public resistance to thwart actions? The only way to combat the current regime is to discover the ideas and beliefs that are at the root of the problem and attack at this level.
Often the US is said to be a bully, and I'm not sure if that is a fair comment, because it seems as if the rogue regimes around the world are so often poking and prodding us, testing us, and pushing their way in international negotiations. Not only that, but when they do this, they often do so for unethical reasons, while they continue to dismiss the concepts of freedom, liberty, and human rights in their own nations. The United States needs to stand for something more, and stay with our ideals.
Due to the ever increasing global trade, the fluctuations between the values of currencies across the world have also increased considerably. Thus the countries follow different types of exchange rate regimes available in order to manage its currency with respect to a foreign currency and the foreign exchange market. These regimes are closely related to the monetary policy of the country.
They both are actually dependent on several common factors. These regimes have proved to be beneficial particularly for developing countries as they can avoid serious fluctuations in their currency value.
Recorded images that are created as a personal or collective expression against political regimes during significant political changes are the counter-weight for those generated by the official media. The recorded document remains when the revolution is over and can often be interpreted not only by its content but also by the type of device used. On the more sophisticated level, video art and experimental cinema are continually using new approaches and forms of presentation. The viewer, shaken from accustomed visual habits, experiences new forms of perception and becomes more critical.