Tag: Economics

Future China: A Peaceful Power? | Yunling Zhang | TEDxKFAS

Translator: Jaegun Lee Reviewer: Denise RQ Ladies and gentlemen, it is my great pleasure to talk about China because China is really a great focus. Wherever you go, they talk about China. Great attention. Why? I think, number one: China is too fast. Three decades ago, when China started its reform, nobody projected that China […]

Joseph Nye on global power shifts

I’m going to talk to you about power in this 21st century. And basically, what I’d like to tell you is that power is changing, and there are two types of changes I want to discuss. One is power transition, which is change of power amongst states. And there the simple version of the message […]

People, Power & Prosperity – Life Without Electricity

Hamma Ait M’Rim is 66-years-old. Hamma tends the goats and sheep that feed on grains, seeds and dry grasses. Six of his children live at home with Hamma and his wife, Rikia. The family pulls together; everybody contributes to the work that has to be done. Every day, Rikia pounds and grinds the pits of […]

People, Power & Prosperity – Life Without Electricity

Hamma Ait M’Rim is 66-years-old. Hamma tends the goats and sheep that feed on grains, seeds and dry grasses. Six of his children live at home with Hamma and his wife, Rikia. The family pulls together; everybody contributes to the work that has to be done. Every day, Rikia pounds and grinds the pits of […]

Blacks in Power Don’t Empower Blacks

Since 1965, the number of black elected officials has exploded. Between 1970 and 2012, it grew from fewer than 1,500 to more than 10,000. And, oh, yes—a black man was elected president. Twice. Conventional wisdom would suggest that all these political gains would lead to economic gains. But that has not proven to be the […]

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