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End of the broadcast from One Young World


2 Responses to “End of the broadcast from One Young World”


  1. 1 Marija Liudvika Rutkauskaite
    February 11, 2010 at 18:02

    Hello!
    Thank you very much for the email and for the slot for a reply.
    I should like to comment on who rules the world. Viewing the situation from Eastern Europe and being a modest, buying-little citizen, I would tend very much to believe that it is still the USA that rules irrespective of different set-backs in its
    international role. It also seems (or: I am willing to think) that China has no leader’s name in the world even though its products of poor quality are offered on all markets. I cannot even imagine that somebody may treat China as a world leader or may accept such a concept. The way China is ruled and the style its parades, festivals and customs have indicates it to be a country of restricted intellect. It is not an occupied country. It is the local manner of thinking and seeing. If I am not mistaken, I would wonder who would accept an inferior for a leader in the Western world. Thank you.
    Marija Liudvika Rutkauskaite

  2. 2 VIJAY PILLAI
    February 12, 2010 at 05:36

    Ros Atkins is a gift to the young of the world for putting these young into spot light of global issues and media.I wish i had similar programme when i was rubbing shoulders as a young engineer with the likes of PM and President of a nation let alone many UN experts on environment and development more than 33 years ago.

    I would think as him future secretary general of UN. Good luck to him and his team at WHYS,


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