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WORLD ECONOMIC JOURNAL – JOURNAL ISSUE – 39

April-May

 


 

 

The Main Topics of the April-May issue of the World Economic Journal:

 

Cover Story
A New World

WORLD ECONOMIC JOURNAL – JOURNAL ISSUE – 39

The world order that formed after World War II no longer exists.

The Universal Weapon

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According to U.S. experts, the most terrible modern weapon that can be deployed in global conflicts are economic sanctions.

Investments and Macroeconomics
International Relations
Another China’s Big Game

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Sadika Hameed, CSIS fellow, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation spoke with WEJ on the future of Pakistan-China relations.

Who Will Pay Syria’s “Disposal Fee”?

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By the end of 2014, all of Syria’s chemical weapons and production facilities must be destroyed.

Society
Together, But Not Equal

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It is believed that women in the 20th century won equal rights and opportunities. But does this mean that the market values them on an equal basis with men?

Scandinavia’s Equal Rights

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Though no country has yet to achieve absolute gender equality, in 2013 the closest was the Northern European nations.

Possibilities
New Challenges For the BRICS

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Today America and Europe are the doubtful debtors while China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa have reserves of $5.2 trillion.

Banking and Finance
Charity
The World Just Got Kinder

WORLD ECONOMIC JOURNAL – JOURNAL ISSUE – 39

Despite the slowdown in the world economy, the total amount of giving to charity has continued to increase.