What began as Natural Science evolved into Political Science particularly International Relations
Democracy's decline: Crying for freedom The Economist: "Given that democracy is unlikely to advance, these days, through the military or economic preponderance of the West, its best hope lies in winning a genuinely open debate. In other words, wavering countries, and sceptical societies, must be convinced that political freedom works best."
With a basic education as a physician I turned to Tumor-Immunology Biochemistry research. I worked nearly 10 years at The Wistar Institute in Philadelphia. However, when I first came to Philadelphia in January 1984 I started a subscription on Foreign Affairs and later The Economist...