Tag Archives: development

BRICS: Toward a Rio Consensus

The BRICS countries set out to overcome Western domination and the legacy of the “Washington Consensus.”

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As China Gets Rich…The World Slows

The laws of economics dictate that as China becomes rich, world economic growth starts to slow.

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Africa as a Global Test Case

Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?

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It Is Lonely at the Top

Only 18 countries have more than a 1% share of the world’s total GDP.

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Brazil and the United States: So Different, Yet So Similar

Brazil, the new host of the World Cup, shares a great deal of values with the United States.

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America and India: So Much in Common

The world’s two largest democracies are engaged in plenty of unnecessary strife.

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Nigeria: An Incentive for South Africa

Bigger GDPs for other countries in Africa are not a zero-sum game.

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Asia’s Scramble for Africa: Who Woos Best?

China and Japan wage a charm offensive to win access to Africa’s resources.

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The Limits of China’s Globalization Strategy

Why factoring human rights and the environment into investment will help China in the long run.

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India: Economic Future and Coalition Politics

Despite the desire for strong leadership, India still fears the autocracy of single-party rule and a powerful central leader.

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