Publications

Alvarez, Carlos. La Argentina de Kirchner y el Brasil de Lula. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2003

Jul 07, 2011
Brasil, Chile y Argentina enfrentan un momento histórico excepcional porque, aun cuando las condiciones internacionales no son fáciles, gobiernan hombres con una fuerte vocación de cambio y un compromiso con la integración regional. Sobre todo, porque tanto el presidente Lula como el Presidente Lagos y el Presidente Kirchner comparten una visión sobre nuestros dilemas y desafíos estratégicos. Esto significa que se pueden trascender los marcos de los acuerdos sobredeterminados por lo comercial, y avanzar en otras áreas que contengan la posibilidad de ir convergiendo en un parámentro común. Este libro, que trata especialmente los casos de Argentina y Brasil, es el primer intento en ese sentido, pues estamos convencidos de que la búsqueda de un paradigma distinto y superador del neoliberalismo no es tarea de un solo país, sino del conjunto de la región. Desde esta perspectiva, debemos empezar a amalgamar parte de las producciones académicas, intelectuales o técnicas que nos ayudan a pensarnos como un ´´nosotros´´. No como la sumatoria de países, sino como un espacio común, en el que estamos ´´condenados´´ a la integración si pretendemos ser protagonistas, y sujetos activos en la actual fase global del capitalismo. more

CES 4 Feature Article, p.43-56

Jul 07, 2011
Total Emission Control of Major Pollutants in China by Dan Dudek, Ma Zhong, Jianyu Zhang, Guojun Song, and Shuqin Liu more

CES 10 Commentaries, pp. 151-185

Jul 07, 2011
Citizens Finding a Voice: Bottom-Up Politics in China's Nuclear Power Debate Xiang Fang Spotlight on NGO Activism: A Wake-Up Call to Polluting Companies By Christine Boyle & Jing Chen Provincial Impacts of Multilateral Cooperation: The Greater Tumen Initiative and Environmental Protection in Jilin By See-Won Byun Feature Box: SSRC's China Environment and Health Initiative By Jennifer Holdaway Double Benefits: Saving Energy and Reducing Emissions in Hainan By Lei Bi & Qian Wang How Far Will the Rising Tide of CSR Go in China? By Sean Gilbert Spotlight on NGO Activism: Securing Land Rights for China’s Poor Farmers: The Rural Development Institute By Zhu Keliang, Ping Li, & Radha Friedman more

Speech by His Excellency Atiku Abubakar on Democracy in Nigeria

Jul 07, 2011
On May 2nd, 2005, His Excellency Atiku Abubakar, Vice President of Nigeria spoke on progress building democracy in Nigeria. He discussed recent developments in the fight against corruption, the introduction of electoral democracy, improving democratic and human rights practices, and the future of U.S-Nigeria Relations. more

South Africa and the United States: A Post-Election Prognosis

Jul 07, 2011
Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Ambassador Johnnie Carson discussed the Obama Administration’s strong commitment to South Africa and spoke of the administration’s desire to build upon existing areas of cooperation. Carson described South Africa as the economic locomotive crucial to Africa’s long-term growth and stability. He praised the country’s commitment to democracy and rule of law, noting that South Africa’s record of success serves as a powerful example to other African governments. Carson emphasized the importance of economic partnership as being at the heart of US-South African relations. more

CES 8 Feature Article, pp.3-26:

Jul 07, 2011
Legal Advocacy in Environmental Public Participation in China: Raising the Stakes and Strengthening Stakeholders By Allison Moore and Adria Warren Feature Box: Yuanmingyuan's Shifting Landscape: From Emperor's Resort to a Public Green Space By Linden Ellis Feature Box: The Asia Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center more

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Dialogue

The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.