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21. Tyranny in China and Russia
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... harsh words for the Putin regime.  It "is something new in the annals of political science, a tyranny that ratifies itself with rigged elections; a market society in which everything is for sale, but ...
22. Asian Century on Youtube
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... economics come to vivid life. And the big picture of global development—with some surprisingly good news—snaps into sharp focus.  Rosling says "What I’m really worried about is war. Will the former rich ...
23. Burmese Days
... policy of internal socialism and external isolationism.  A popular uprising in 1988 brought to power a new group of generals who wanted to abandon these policies.  They held an election in 1990 which was ...
24. 2012 Conference of Montreal
Next week, we will be reporting from the 2012 Conference of Montreal, “A Global Economy in Transition: New Strategies, New Partnerships”.  This is the annual "must-go" event of the Americas. I strongly ...
25. Trying to do business in China
... like recreational activities and family benefits.  Foreign investors can also gain by making an effort to understand Chinese culture.  The Chinese new year is a big challenge for employers -- migrant ...
26. America's Asian Century
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... to the economically punch-drunk America rejuvenates that economy, and launches it off on a new Asian-driven America century. What is the Asian Century hypothesis?  For half a century now, Asia has ...
27. Asia's Failed States
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... death of his father, Kim Jong Il, in late December, as well as renewed questions about life inside the Hermit Kingdom. In the world's most opaque country, information is scarce, but it appears that the ...
28. Human Rights in Asia
... and dignity. At the same time, the success of uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt inspired human rights defenders, activists, and journalists in Asia to raise their own voices, using a combination of new technologies ...
29. Nobel hopes for China
... a new constitution, an independent judiciary, the election of public officials and a guarantee of human rights. Charter 08 has now collected several thousand signatures from Chinese citizens from all ...
30. Views of Asia's next generation
... initiated by the Asia Business Council, Time magazine, and the National University of Singapore.  There is very much food for thought for Asia's leaders. A new generation is coming to power in Asia.  ...
31. China: is “state capitalism” in crisis?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... War.  'State capitalism' then saw new life when the Chinese leadership decided to rethink its development model in 1978. For three decades this model delivered extraordinary economic growth, but now it ...
32. India's urban squalor
... of Annawadi. "Annawadi sat 200 hundred yards off the Sahar Airport Road, a stretch where new India and old India collided and made new India late.  Chauffeurs in SUVs honked furiously at the bicycle ...
33. India's paradoxes
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... another crisis before we see a new wave of reform in India. References: Pota, Viks.  India Inc.  How India's Top Ten Entrepreneurs are Winning Globally. http://www.indiaincthebook.com/ Transparency ...
34. State capitalism
... to raise capital.  Also, SOEs can be good at copying others, partly because they can use the government's clout to get hold of their technology.  But as they have to produce new ideas of their own, they ...
35. China's urbanization
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... 50% of China's population now lives in urban areas. Recognizing that new sources of revenue were needed by local governments to upgrade severely under-invested urban infrastructure, the central government ...
... high levels of educational achievement, and liberal legal and social regimes.  They are followed by Finland, Germany, Iceland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada and Australia which complete the top ...
37. Prepare for the long haul in 2012
The future of the world economy will be a long, slow grind.  Here are a few thoughts of mine recently published by the AFG Venture Group: http://www.afgventuregroup.com/dispatches/afg-venture-group-newsletter/2012-a-time-to-prepare-for-the-long-haul-john-west-editor-in-chief-mrglobalisation/ ...
38. Korea -- Asia's rising star
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
Japan's economy has been in a deep funk for two decades.  China is in desperate need of a new economic and political model.  At the same time, Korea keeps going from strength to strength, and is on track ...
39. China's reform challenges
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... reform in the near future. This is a great pity.  Because as the World Bank argues in its "China 2030" report, it is urgent for China to implement a new development strategy.  Even though this will not ...
... are some of the key points: Japan is not a country with just large, sluggish, bureaucratic corporate conglomerates.  There is a strong new dynamic as its companies slowly throw off the old and embrace ...
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