Monthly Archives: October 2008

Examining the Big Picture

Recently at CIGI we have launched three initiatives, which examine the Rising BRICSAM and their impact collectively and individually on global governance. The first is the Princeton Summer Workshop, which in collaboration with our partners at Princeton University (Dean Anne-Marie … Continue reading

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A Call to Arms?

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has seemingly risen from the ashes.  His actions to protect the financial institutions in the United Kingdom and his call for global cooperation and a kind of Bretton Woods II have revitalized his leadership image. On … Continue reading

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Testing the Thesis

For some time now, as the financial storm clouds approached, various analysts have touted the view that the emerging markets and the rising powers – China, India, Brazil and Russia, and others – are increasing decoupled from the United States … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Capitalism in China?

One of the most insightful experts on China and it’s economic structure is Professor Yasheng Huang.  Professor Huang teaches international management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and he is a ferocious analyst of the Chinese economy.  His most … Continue reading

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