Fundamentals of Transnational Business law is a textbook for law beginners. It provides information and basic legal notions for understanding the legal framework of international trade. Written from a global perspective, it does not focus on the transnational law of any particular country.
Whether you are new to networking or a seasoned power networker, this book focuses on anchoring connections made with business cards. With "Foreword" written by author and master networker, Rod Colon, learn the etiquette of proper business card exchanges in different cultures. Whether in a job search or looking for new clients, this book explains how to make memorable 1st impressions.
Blame is in the eye of the beholder when Josie faces her toughest challenge yet – one that comes from halfway around the world and forces her to question her faith in justice while threatening the people she loves most.
This short story, set prior to the events of Because We Are: A Novel of Haiti, features the return of two children from the slums of Port-au-Prince, the brash Libète and brilliant Jak. As a generation-old family feud is about to explode over some stolen chickens, only these pint-sized detectives are able to uncover who is behind the missing birds and prevent new blood from flowing in Cité Soleil.
Double Exposure is a political thriller that resonates with the latest news coverage of international terrorism. From Germany to the Middle East to the streets of New York a man and a woman uncover a diabolical conspiracy peopled with Hamas, Mossad, and mercenary operatives.
There’s nothing sixteen-year-old Lily Hughes loves more than the sun, the sand and her trusty surfboard – but all that is about to change when a tragic accident forces her to move from California to attend boarding school in Northern Ireland.
The State of American Thought is a theoretical framework of American culture followed by a narrative of the preliminary platform of The Ecumenical Humanist International Political Party. The goal of the book is to help Americans and people around the world eliminate man-made sufferings through engagement in ecumenical humanist behavioral, cultural and political revolutions.