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International Law

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Sovereigns In The American Courtroom:

June 4, 2015

What Tools Do Judges Have In The United States To Compel Compliance When A Foreign Sovereign Behaves Badly? By Theresa Bowman and Charles Camp As the world

Europe

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A Win-Win Route Out of the Greek Debt Crisis

June 4, 2015

By Lester M. Salamon The Greek debt crisis has persisted for years now with no easy or clear way in which to resolve it. However, Professor Salamon from Johns

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Middle East

A Mine Resistant, Ambush Protected vehicle passes beneath the rising sun at the outset of a combat logistics patrol launched by Marines with Combat Logistics Regiment 2, Regional Command (Southwest), in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Sept. 22, 2013. Convoy crews commonly operate from sunup to sundown during logistics missions through the province's rugged terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Paul Peterson/Released)

Saudi Arabia’s Yemen Offensive, Iran’s “Proxy” Strategy, and the Middle East’s New “Cold War”

June 4, 2015

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett Riyadh’s war in Yemen marks a dramatic escalation in its efforts to roll back Iran’s rising influence in the

Asia

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Mysteries on India’s Agricultural Credit Supply

June 4, 2015

By Dr. A. Narayanamoorthy and Dr. P. Alli  Following the announcement of comprehensive credit policy of 2004, an impression is often gained from the official

Business & Innovation

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Why Firms Underinvest in Public Relations

June 4, 2015

By Witold J. Henisz Successful organisations invest in their reputations and relationships with external stakeholders with the aim of reducing an incidence of

Emerging Trends

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Global Brand Power: Experiential Positioning of a Brand

June 4, 2015

By Barbara E. Kahn Building a strong global brand is all about creating that unique position in the market. Here Barbara E. Kahn illustrates the make-or-break

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A Mine Resistant, Ambush Protected vehicle passes beneath the rising sun at the outset of a combat logistics patrol launched by Marines with Combat Logistics Regiment 2, Regional Command (Southwest), in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Sept. 22, 2013. Convoy crews commonly operate from sunup to sundown during logistics missions through the province's rugged terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Paul Peterson/Released)

Saudi Arabia’s Yemen Offensive, Iran’s “Proxy” Strategy, and the Middle East’s New “Cold War”

June 4, 2015

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett Riyadh’s war in Yemen marks a dramatic escalation in its efforts to roll back Iran’s rising influence in the

Governance & Regulation

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Boards Face Leadership Crisis In Changing Times

June 4, 2015

By Andrew Kakabadse Boards can prove easy targets for their critics. Below, Andrew Kakabadse discusses how to make boards work, and argues that directors