Tag Archive: soft power

from Syria to London art,geopolitics,health,culture,romanzo

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Dear Readers today … A)     Geopolitics : In Prosumerzen A New Tool for Syria: Pressuring Assad with Preemptive Contract Sanctions The Natural Resource Curse: A Survey of Diagnoses and Some Prescriptions   In Westphalia XXI… Continue reading

from art to military nanotechnology or finance the world in 21 articles

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Dear Readers Today …  A) Geopolitcs & Geofinance In Prosumerzen “Mezzogiorno medievale e popolamento rupestre pugliese: aree e luoghi di culto” ,(1/2) Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act: What it Means for Medicaid… Continue reading

From New York to Istanbul:geopolitics,life style and more…

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Dear Readers Today in our magazines A- Geopolitics In Prosumerzen : First World Happiness Report Launched at the United Nations Russia and the dilemma of nuclear disarmament Demographics Versus Economics in the 2012 Presidential Election In… Continue reading

First World Happiness Report Launched at the United Nations

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The happiest countries in the world are all in Northern Europe (Denmark, Norway, Finland, Netherlands). Their average life evaluation score is 7.6 on a 0-to-10 scale. The least happy countries are all poor… Continue reading

The Case for Renewing Transatlantic Capitalism

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This report sets out a range of recommendations to further deepen the economic relationship between the EU and the US. The report argues that only through joint effortS can Europe and the United… Continue reading

Soviet Deposit Refunded in Azerbaijan

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Azerbaijan to start return of USSR-period banking savings. Returning process of bank savings of Soviet period started in Azerbaijan from June 1. So, one topic on Azerbaijan’s economic agenda that has attracted recent… Continue reading

“Linsanity,” Social Media and US-Asia Relations by Dr. ELINA NOOR

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Jeremy Lin, the New York Knicks’ former benchwarmer and now worldwide basketball sensation, is the new Cinderella Man or “Linderella” of basketball, and maybe even more. As the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) first… Continue reading

How Not to Attract Tourists

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AS Americans, we like to imagine our country as we think of ourselves: open-hearted and welcoming; efficient and practical; easygoing, above all. These values are the foundation of our culture, of an open… Continue reading

(Quintessential) IDEAS (Malaysia): Social Market Economy: The Case of Germany and Suggestions for Malaysia

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The content and ideas in this paper were presented in an IDEAS seminar for leaders of the Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS) held in July 2011. As an economic school that developed in… Continue reading

(Quintessential) CIGI (Canada) : Brazil as an Emerging Environmental Donor

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Kathryn Hochstetler Thursday, February 2, 2012 Over the last 10 years, Brazil has expanded its own domestic development strategies to include offering assistance to other countries and their national efforts. Former President Lula… Continue reading

(Quintessential) SAIIA ( S. Africa): Chinese Financial Institutions and Africa

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by Riaan Meyer, Abiodun Alao, Chris Alden and Ana Cristina Alves SAIIA Occasional Paper No 103, December 2011 This paper unpacks the interplay among gradualist institutional evolution within China’s financial sector, the domestic… Continue reading

(The Mandarins) Accenutre : The New Economics of Cities

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Cities are home to half the world’s population, and are thus major consumers of resources. They also face significant challenges as urbanization continues and citizens demand higher standards of living. This report examines… Continue reading

( Presidential Desk ) China : Lloyds Banking Group plc.

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan shakes hands with Sir Winfried Bischoff, chairman of Lloyds Banking Group plc., during the event to celebrate the centenary anniversary of the establishment of the Bank of China… Continue reading

(The Mandarins) PWC : Healthcare , EU Banks , Istanbul

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1- Investors Look to Global Healthcare Market for Long-term Growth, Near-term Safe Haven, Says PwC 2- Threat of Recession Contains Risk of Further Bank Failures 3-Europe’s economic crisis has left real estate investment… Continue reading

(The Mandarins) Booz & Company : Why culture is key ?

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The 2011 Global Innovation 1000: Why Culture is Key Year after year, certain companies succeed in producing innovative new products and services, and in so doing generate superior financial results. As our annual… Continue reading

(Presidential Desk ) France : 126 Rafale pour l´Inde

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Communiqué de la Présidence de la République (31-1-12) Le président de la République a pris connaissance de la sélection par l’Inde du Rafale en vue de l’acquisition par l’armée de l’air indienne de… Continue reading

(Presidential Desk ) S. Korea : Korean film in 2012

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Feb. 01, 2012 The Korean film industry has a lot to offer for the year of 2012. Korean films have been gathering more attention around the world and in the domestic market, as… Continue reading

New editorial section : “Soulmakers” 7 articles about the global media powerhouses

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Dear Readers Today we start “Soulmakers” and we will inform you about the life of the most important and influential global media outlet in the world. We will do it in a neutral… Continue reading

(Soulmakers) AP : AP democracy debate in Davos, the search of the new AP CEO,acuray in media coverage

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AP Debate on Democracy to stream online from economic forum Are the democratic institutions of the 20th century fit for the 21st? This will be the focus of a debate among international leaders… Continue reading

(Soulmakers) Bloomberg : China conference, green energy white paper

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Bloomberg to Host China Conference in New York Features Carlyle Group Co-Founder and Managing Director David M. Rubenstein; PWP Xerion Funds Partner Daniel J. Arbess; and the U.S. Department of State’s Under Secretary… Continue reading