Saturday, 18 January 2014

 

Japan in Africa: Kaizen Culture and the Art of Rotating Leadership PDF Print Email
Saturday, 18 January 2014 17:15 Buziness Japan

Japan in Africa: Kaizen Culture and the Art of Rotating Leadership

By Peter Fabricius*

SOUTH AFRICA, January 18, 2014 (Independent Newspapers) -- The big advantage China has over Japan when it comes to Africa is its lack of democracy. That struck home while observing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Africa tour over the past week – the first by a Japanese prime minister in nearly a decade.


 

Russia’s Comprehensive Foreign Policy Needs More Than Just Fewer Diplomats PDF Print Email
Saturday, 18 January 2014 17:08 Experts Policy Center

Russia’s Comprehensive Foreign Policy Needs More Than Just Fewer Diplomats

iMiiDBy Timofei Bordachev*

MOSCOW, January 18, 2014 (N-Gazeta) -- It is hard to expect coherent and easy to analyze general principles of global politics to emerge within the next few years and it is unlikely that they will take on any distinct or tangible shape even if they do. At the very least, the form they will take will be totally different from anything the analysts and international relations research were used to during the Cold War, i.e. the notorious “global governance” with its institutions, rules and international law. The world of nations is unlikely to develop institutions or laws, or, most importantly, obey these laws any time soon. Chaos, anarchy and a zero-sum game will remain the principles of international politics in the short term.


 

 

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