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Economic Crisis And Rule Reconstruction

Author : Deming Chen
ISBN : 9789814740968
Genre : Business & Economics
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The 2008 global economic crisis resulted in many new changes in global economic governance, multilateral trading system, the Group20 major economies, regional economic cooperation and other international governance platforms. Countries around the world have begun a complex battle to make sure rules are changed in their favor. Furthermore, rule reconstruction has a definite and profound impact on the international economic situation and national trade interests. This book by Former Chinese Minister of Commerce Chen Deming, aims to highlight the focal issues of the competition and negotiations with a panoramic depiction of the complicated state of international economic and trade rule reconstruction. The chapters in the book discuss rules of global governance, reflect on the crisis rarely seen in the past century, and raise the proposition of rule reconstruction. They also focus on multilateral trading system, regional economic cooperation and related international financial rules. Detailed deliberations on various kinds of trade rules including rules of services trade, government procurement, intellectual property, investment, international development cooperation, etc are also dealt with. Lastly, the book provides an outlook on the path, direction and key issues of international economic rule reconstruction, and offers recommendations on China's engagement.

Financial Liberalization And The Reconstruction Of State Market Relations

Author : Robert B. Packer
ISBN : 0815331614
Genre : Business & Economics
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Judicial Reconstruction And The Rule Of Law

Author : Angeline Lewis
ISBN : 9789004228115
Genre : Law
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Challenging the dominant rhetoric of international rule of law operations, this work reasserts the centrality of the community in building its own relationship with law, counselling military interveners to refocus exclusively on restoring security using their extraordinary powers under international law.

The Making Of Modern Korea

Author : Adrian Buzo
ISBN : 9781134558919
Genre : History
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This new revised edition of this popular text provides an accurate, balanced and readable history of Korea from 1910 to the present day.

State Collapse And Reconstruction In The Periphery

Author : Jens Stilhoff Sörensen
ISBN : 1845455606
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the 1990s, Yugoslavia, which had once been a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-conflict reconstruction. As a result, the country became the locus for new policies to be developed and tested. These policies are in need of scrutiny and should be examined within the social and political realities that have emerged in the region, one left with two international protectorates (Bosnia and Kosovo), unresolved state formation issues, minority concerns, ethnic, social and political polarization. The author argues that both the process of state collapse and the recent changes in aid and reconstruction policy must be interpreted within the framework of a wider transformation of the international political economy and world order. Through an in-depth analysis and critical examination of post-conflict reconstruction in Kosovo, he argues that western governments and donor agencies have built policies on conceptions and assumptions for which there is no genuine historical or contemporary economic, social or political basis in the region. This discrepancy has provided further complications which are likely to remain for years to come, as recent developments in Kosovo show.

Guiding Principles For Stabilization And Reconstruction

Author : United States Institute of Peace
ISBN : 9781601270467
Genre : Political Science
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"Guiding principles for stabilization and reconstruction presents the first-ever, comprehensive set of shared principles for building sustainable peace in societies emerging from violent conflict ... A product of the collaboration between the United States Institute of Peace and the United States Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, this manual reflects the input of dozens of institutions across the peacebuilding community. It is based on a comprehensive review of major strategic policy documents from state ministries of defense, foreign affairs and development, along with major intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations that toil in war-shattered landscapes around the globe"--Page 4 of cover.

Higher Education In Korea

Author : Namgi Park
ISBN : 9781135581855
Genre : Education
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This definitive collection takes an in-depth look at the higher education system in Korea. The editors and contributors present a fundamentally Korean view of the important issues for the Korean higher education system. In systematic, well written essays, they construct theoretical perspectives to analyze the development of the higher education system in Korea's competitive society, a project never before undertaken in the English language.

Liberalization Growth And The Asian Financial Crisis

Author : Mohamed Ariff
ISBN : 1781952736
Genre : Business & Economics
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This work examines the effects of financial liberalization of the more advanced economies in Southeast Asia and analyses the degree to which emerging and transitional economies in East and South Asia can benefit from this example.

Annali Della Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli 2000 East Asian Capitalism Conflicts Growth And Crisis

Author : Luigi Tomba
ISBN : 8807990571
Genre : Business & Economics
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Failed And Failing States

Author : Margaret Grieco
ISBN : 9781443818841
Genre : Political Science
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State collapse is one of the major threats to peace, stability, and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa today. In a collapsed state the regime finally wears out its ability to satisfy the demands of the various groups in society; it fails to govern or to keep the state together. The collapse is marked by the loss of control over political and economic space. A collapsed state can no longer perform its basic security and development functions and has no effective control over its territory and borders. Efforts to avoid drawing other nations into a wider conflict created by the collapse of a state—and creating favorable conditions for reconciliation and reconstruction of a failed state after it has collapsed—present major challenges. In April, 2008 the Cornell Institute for African Development called a symposium on ‘Failed and Failing States in Africa: Lessons from Darfur and Beyond’ to address these critical issues. Key contributions to the symposium are brought together in this volume. Taken together these essays represent a significant discussion on the challenges presented by the presence of failing states within Africa.

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