- China Signs $4.7Bln of Deals with Britain
The 15 deals worth up to 46.68 billion U.S. dollars covered areas in low-carbon development, wildlife protection, deep sea oil and gas production and co-operations in financial sectors.
- India's Elites in Crisis
Except in totalitarian regimes, a country’s elite depends on a degree of popular acceptance, which is mostly derived from the belief that the elite is broadly “fair” in its dealings.
- Eastern Europe's Ostrich Policy on HIV
The popular explanation for lack of action in Russia and Ukraine is that their governments view IDUs as criminals, rather than people with a disease, and adopt an informal let-them-rot policy.
- China Issues Anti-Price Monopoly Provision
Detailed regulations were formulated against price monopolies, which forbid enterprises from reaching price fixing agreements and other price monopoly activities.
- Getting Corruption Right
If policies can create corruption, it is equally true that the cost of corruption will vary with the specific policies.