Archive for April, 2010


The New York Times has commented on the recent development of Caucasian leadership, specifically the tension that exists in Ingushetia given the recent bombings in Moscow and the provinces. It is unlikely that either side will find any kind of resolution through the political process – a problem that will forever haunt the ethnic minorities […]

Think Humanity is based out of Loveland, Colorado and is broadly devoted to improving the lives of refugees in Africa. Concretely they do this by assisting the communities around Lake Albert in Western Uganda. They are a very small, close knit group of volunteers who are personally motivated to providing essential services to refugee populations […]