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Rise of Global Latinas
This week's invited contributor is Lourdes Casanova, a Lecturer in the Strategy Department at INSEAD, one of the world’s leading graduate business schools. She shares her optimism about Latin
Innovating out of crisis
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
Many macroeconomists are suggesting that the United States could be "turning Japanese" -- meaning that it could also be in for a lost decade. But this assessment underestimates
's capacity for ...
OECD and Asia
... saw the end of the debt crisis in Latin
and the return of democratic politics. Many countries would follow Washington consensus policies of privatization, stabilization and liberalization, but ...
Global education in Japan
... are wont to say that national cultures are being devastated by "
nization", the invasion of
n culture. In reality, national cultures have always been influenced by others, and in our open ...
Thought leadership for Australia
... a resources boom, Australia faces much competition from the newly emerging economies in Asia, Africa and Latin
. Thus, what is essential is to shape our future by working to a plan and taking charge ...
Chinese investment is coming fast
... like Australia, Africa and Latin
. In fact, Australia has been the most important national destination for this investment. As Lowy Institute contributor John Larum reported to last week's Australian ...
... the the Asia-Pacific is now the most important region of the world for the US. But the strong direct and indirect criticism of China, and the clear assertion of
n leadership of the Asia-Pacific ...
The Korean Paradox
... streets of Seoul were filled with posters and billboards that drew attention to the G20 summit. If Brazil is the Latin
n role model, and South Africa the example for the rest of its continent, ...
Occupy Wall Street
... seem to not know how to react. This is in sharp contrast to
's support for the democratic transition sweeping the Middle East and North Africa. According to Hillary Clinton, "We know that the ...
America's Pacific Century
... most welcome. The past ten years have been
's lost decade. Ben Benanke once spoke of the great moderation in the economy. But that was a mirage which presaged the US-created global financial ...
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