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November 10, 2011

Media
The Future of News

Jan Schaffer and Tom Rosenstiel discuss the future of the international news media, including the proliferation of media outlets, their changing business models, and the effects the new media landsca…

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November 10, 2011

Media
The Future of News

Please join Jan Schaffer and Tom Rosenstiel to assess the challenges and opportunities associated with an increasingly fragmented international news media, including the proliferation of media outlet…

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February 22, 2006

Corporate Governance
Governing Corporations in a Shrinking World

Assessing the SEC’s changing role in a world where corporations increasingly operate across-borders and globally.

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India's Role in the World

India's rise to power has led to speculation and expectations about how it will change the global order. On the one hand, India is huge, with more than 1.3 billion people, and on track to become the …

February 6, 2014

Global
Can Bitcoin Go Mainstream?

Despite being criticized by many economists as being inherently deflationary and eyed with suspicion by government financial regulators, Bitcoin continues to grow in popularity. Gavin Andresen from t…

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February 6, 2014

Global
Can Bitcoin Go Mainstream?

Despite being criticized by many economists as being inherently deflationary and eyed with suspicion by government financial regulators, Bitcoin continues to grow in popularity. Gavin Andresen from t…

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January 17, 2009

United States
Delivering on the Promise: Advancing U.S. Relations with India

Executive Summary Excerpt: As the Obama Administration transitions to power already burdened with global economic crises and two wars, two events underscore India's importance for US interests: t…

March 5, 2014

Japan
Japan’s Painful Choice on the Ukraine Crisis

This post is one of a three-part Asia Unbound series on the implications for Asia of the crisis in Ukraine. See related posts from my colleagues Elizabeth Economy and Alyssa Ayres. The Russian decis…

Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attend a signing ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow

March 5, 2014

China
China’s Soft “Nyet” to Russia’s Ukraine Intervention

This post is one of a three-part Asia Unbound series on the implications for Asia of the crisis in Ukraine. See related posts from my colleagues Alyssa Ayres and Sheila Smith. Russia’s de facto as…

China's President Xi Jinping ( C) and his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovich inspect honour guards during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on December 5, 2013. (Jason Lee/Courtesy Reuters)

May 18, 2009

Pakistan
Speaking Like a State

Alyssa Ayres examines Pakistan's troubled history by exploring the importance of culture to political legitimacy. Early leaders selected Urdu as the natural symbol of the nation's great cultural past…