Sam Vaknin ( http://samvak.tripod.com ) is the author of Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited and After the Rain - How the West Lost the East, as well as many other books and ebooks about topics in psychology, relationships, philosophy, economics, international affairs, and award-winning short fiction.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of Global Politician and served as a columnist for Central Europe Review, PopMatters, eBookWeb , and Bellaonline, and as a United Press International (UPI) Senior Business Correspondent. He was the editor of mental health and Central East Europe categories in The Open Directory and Suite101.
Pears Cyclopaedia is the last remaining one volume reference work.
Encyclopedia Britannica is now online and as a DVD. The print edition has been discontinued.
Interview granted to Bankrate.com, August 2010 Q. Why would deflation happen in the United States? A. For deflation to happen in the USA, an unlikely confluence of economic developments and ...
The revenant (many would say ersatz) Egyptian, Mohamed ElBaradei, self-appointed and self-imputed leader of the "democracy" movement in his newly-discovered homeland, called yesterday on the army ...
Trust is the foundation of a functioning business environment
Envy is either destructive, or, as in the case of capitalism, constructive.
The European Union (EU) was formed and has evolved to fend off another world war, the communists, and the Balkanians.
China and Japan are the only two things standing between the currently successful auctions and a global sovereign bonds meltdown.
In the film “Inception”, Dom Cobb, is an “extractor”: he steals confidential information by hacking into a subject’s brain during a dream and conning the victim into disclosing his secrets. This...
Both the Greeks and the Macedonia delude themselves in the dispute regarding Macedonia's name.
Dancing was once a social pursuit intended to bring together the young for mating purposes.
Basel III will tighten the screws on the balance sheets of banks.
The Britannica has become a ubiquitous educational and reference publishing brand.
A statement constitutes a lie only if at least one of the interlocutors knows it to be untrue, yet insists or assumes that it is true. If all the parties involved in the exchange know that the stateme...
Politics proviodes a prime example of the agent-principal problem.