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... prepare for the inevitably new and different realities after the resolution of the crisis.  The light at the end of the tunnel could shine on a fundamentally different economic landscape.Recent ups and ...
42. Australia to the UN Security Council?
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... and asylum-seekers.  It has also launched a hugely creative and energetic effort to claw back a seat at the UN Security Council table in 2013 after an extraordinary 27 year absence. The US Security Council ...
... for sure what is happening in the economy until well after the event.  For example, Australia's National Accounts statistics, which provided estimates of GDP growth for the three months ending September ...
44. New global thinking needed
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
After a decade dominated by wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, a global and then sovereign debt crisis, and never-ending economic funk in Japan, it is most certainly time for some new global thinking.  It is ...
45. Philippines' challenges
(Panorama/Development)
... 7.5%, and may grow by about 7% in 2012, although there significant downside risks and uncertainties. The Philippines is having a bumpier ride than Asia.  After hitting a record high of 7.6% in 2010, ...
46. China's intellectual repression
(Panorama/Culture)
... namely, that one must think for oneself. In 1977, he was part of the first group of students to go to university again when universities were reopened after the Cultural Revolution.  Outstanding success ...
47. IMF and Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
Almost 15 years after botching up the Asian financial crisis, the International Monetary Fund is still persona non grata in Asia.  Presumably that is why the IMF's new number 2, David Lipton, was sent ...
... twice warned the US and South Korea against conducting naval exercises in international waters near China, even after North Korea sank a South Korean naval vessel in March. Furthermore, it should not be ...
49. Rise of Global Latinas
(Panorama/Investment)
... of the world, after China (around 5,500 billion USD) and before India (around 1,500 billion USD).  “Very few people realize that, even among the Brazilians”, adds Casanova. One visible aspect of Brazil ...
50. OECD and Asia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... rights policies for one decade after membership.  Many questions would be asked of the OECD membership process when both Mexico and Korea suffered major financial crises within one year following OECD ...
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