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Do you really think the syrian Kurdish issue is one of the “key” factors in maintaining Syrian statehood and contributing to the stabilization of the situation in the entire Middle East?! http://www.mo4ch.com/moscow-mediates-talks-between-assad-syrian-kurds-russian-fm-2/
2 Posterity, Higher Leadership Training By Exegesisme "We the people of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." I never see other human articles put posterity in this way this importance, who in future from us are secured in the blessings of liberty, which in my faith is another name of god. The following growth of USA from the constitution has been secured in this expression of the word posterity, all other expressions in the same constitution need to be carried on by the being the word posterity means. The meaning of posterity in the constitution gains a vivid life in the real political living of USA, and becomes the most powerful driving force for the most developed education system and other enterprises. For children, the concept is the most commonly used in the speeches of politicians of USA.
Reconstitution Of Canada By Exegesisme (1) 1 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Pasadena United States of America 2 Harvard University Cambridge United States of America 3 University of Oxford Oxford United Kingdom 4 Stanford University Stanford United States of America 5 University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom 6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Cambridge United States of America 7 Princeton University Princeton United States of America 8 University of California, Berkeley Berkeley United States of America 9 Imperial College London London United Kingdom 9 Yale University New Haven United States of America 11 University of Chicago Chicago United States of America 12 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Los Angeles United States of America 13 ETH Zürich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Zürich Switzerland 14 Columbia University New York United States of America 15 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States of America 16 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States of America 17 University of Michigan Ann Arbor United States of America 18 Duke University Durham United States of America 19 Cornell University Ithaca United States of America 20 University of Toronto Toronto Canada As you see the Top20 rankings of world university, what do you feel, and how do you feel? I feel that our dear Canada has lost on the top, is losing on the top, and will lose on the top, if we do not do anything significant. What is wrong with our dear Canada? In the field of higher education, USA is so strong, UK is so strong, but our Canada is so weak! I have tried to look for the reason for a long time, but I have not get the key. Now I believe I get the key, the unconstitutional practice of federal politics. "Whether MPs should act as delegates or trustees, both views of representation are constrained by another reality of Canada's parliamentary tradition: party politics and discipline. Most MPs are members of a political party and, as such, are required to follow the wishes of their party when deliberating and acting in the House. In Canada party discipline is much more acute than in other western democracies. In the United States and the United Kingdom, for example, representatives enjoy considerably more freedom from their parties. Canadian MPs, however, are expected to follow the direction set by their parties' leadership and caucus — even when that direction is in opposition to their views or the demands of their constituents."(2) That is the party politics and discipline! Under the party politics and the party discipline, our MPs in the House even can not represent themselves and their constituents, and their freedom is considerably less than their counterparts in both USA and UK. Our MPs even can not protect their own constitutional freedom in the House! Our higher education system is under suck a federal party politics and party discipline, does not surprise me by losing in long run on the top. As I review the role of the prime minister, and his or her office, the information even surprises me more. "Unwritten constitutional convention holds that this authority is actually exercised by the Prime Minister and his/her Cabinet." (3). Here I understand as the authority of the Prime Minister is constitutional convention although unwritten. "The PMO represents an important central agency in the Canadian government. The term 'central agencies' refers to a group of government administrative bodies whose responsibilities extend across all policies areas. This is due to the Prime Minister’s position at the pinnacle of executive political power in the federal government, and the PMO’s role as the Prime Minister’s personal exempt staff. The PMO acts as an extension of the Prime Minister in his/her dealings with other parts of government and the parliamentary system as a whole and, in this context, plays an important role in political decision-making."(4). Here I learn that the role of the PMO is the central agency as an extension of the Prime Minister in the unwritten constitutional convention. "The Constitution is recognized as the supreme law in Canada."(4). "This notion of supremacy carries with it the principle of Constitutionalism. Under this principle, no political actor or institution is above the principles and norms as defined by the Constitution. Regardless of whether one is the Monarch, the Prime Minister of Canada, a provincial Premier, or an elected representative in a legislature, all are legally obligated to act in accordance with the constitutional rulebook."(4). Here, I learn that the Constitution is the supreme law, and the different parts of the constitution are in balances of each other according each significance in the constitution. However, the balances is still at low level, which have made too much authoritarian and too less freedom, and in turn have made Canada lose the contest of higher educational systems on the top international in long run. For improving everything needed in the future of Canada, our Canadian people should check our constitution, and even reconstitutes Canada if in need. Reference (1) https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world-university-rankings/2015/world-ranking#/sort/0/direction/asc (2) http://mapleleafweb.com/features/house-commons-introduction-canadas-premier-legislative-body (3) http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/canadian-constitution-introduction-canada-s-constitutional-framework (4) http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/prime-minister-s-office-canada-responsibilities-organization-and-issues