The Globalist Research Center’s Top Ten Features of 2010
What are The Globalist Research Center’s most thought-provoking features of 2010?
The following are The Globalist Research Center’s most insightful features of the year:
|1.||PIGS Vs. APEs: Living on an Animal Farm
Why are the so-called PIGS (Portugal, Ireland/Italy, Greece and Spain) often unfairly criticized for their lackluster economies and high debt levels?
|2.||America’s Turning Point: Was It 2001 or 2008?
What can Americans learn about the future by identifying a fundamental turning point in their recent past?
|3.||Astonishing Transatlantic Cultural Comparisons
Are the United States and Europe really so divergent when it comes to social values?
|4.||China’s New Doctrine: Mental Power for Uncertain Times
How does the concept of “mental power” provide a useful prism through which to view U.S.-China affairs?
|5.||Beyond the Global Brain Drain: The Global Care Drain
What problems arise from women in developing countries emigrating to the West to work in the care industry?
|6.||The Global Unemployment Crisis: Costs, Causes, Cures
How to fight the misery index effectively, especially double-digit unemployment rates?
|7.||China’s Looming 2019 Deadline
Is there a 70-year deadline for political parties?
|8.||Religion as a Globalizing Force
In what ways was religion the first force that helped to globalize the world?
|9.||The Battle of the Billionaires: China Vs. India
What are major differences in the population patterns of the world’s two billion-people countries?
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