Tag Archives: Korea

The Globalist’s Top Thirteen Features by Jean-Pierre Lehmann

A selection of the most interesting features by Jean-Pierre Lehmann.

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Voter Turnout in Korea Vs Japan

Similar voting systems yield very different participation rates.

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The Myth of Asia: Now Perpetrated By Asians Themselves

Why “Asia” never made any sense.

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9 Facts: Vietnam and South Korea’s Path to Shared Prosperity

How trade and investment can overcome a treacherous historical legacy.

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Japan: A Polite Nation’s Dark Underbelly

A poor record on human rights hurts democracy in Japan.

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Is Europe’s Complacency America’s Fault?

Is Europe stuck in its economic ways because the United States protected it from harsh global realities for too long?

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Should We Expect Multinationals to Be Loyal?

Why would a European CEO be “shunned” if he moved much of his production to China?

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Will There Be a “Silver Bullet” for the U.S. Economy?

Is the United States reducing its odds of discovering the next technological and economic game-changer?

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Egypt After Mubarak: New Era of Modernization?

How can Egypt stand at the edge of a new period of modernization and opening up in the Arab world?

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Nationalism Vs. Globalism: The Possibility of One Asia

Can the countries of Asia go it alone, or do they still need the United States to keep them connected to each other?

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