American History Issues
One-page précises on six separate subjects dealing with 19th-century American history: the Westward Expansion, the African American experience, Progressivism, Industrialization, Imperalism and Manifest Destiny, and the Labor movement.
U.S. FIRMS IN ASIAN MARKET.
Examines opportunities, challenges & recommendations for Amer. trade & investment in context of Asian culture, growth & financial crisis. Tables.
INVESTMENT IN EAST ASIA.
Economic, industrial, govt. & political conditions affecting opportunities & risks in Indonesia, Philippines & Vietnam in general & in corrugated board packaging production. Tables.
Discusses HIV/AIDS as both a medical & societal problem. Impact of stigma on attitudes, treatment, public health policy in various societies worldwide. Cultural norms & customs.
ASEAN vs traditional diplomacy
This paper compares ASEAN conflict resolution methods to those of traditional diplomatic methods. It considers why ASEAN diplomacy is better for the dispute between China and Philippines over the Spratly Islands.
JAPAN IN PERSIAN GULF CRISIS.
Economic contribution, refusal to join militarily, pressure from U.S. & allies, impact of post-WWII restrictions, internal politics.
Examines the leadership of women in the workplace and in politics. Comparison to male counterparts. Hostile environment created by male decisioin-makers. Gives examples of women who have achieved leadership roles: Carleton Fiorina, head of Hewlett-Packard. Katherine Hudson, head of W.H. Brady. Female political leaders in Ireland, Sri Lanka, Indira Ghandi.
Globalization and the Environment
Discusses the impact of globalization on the environment. Contends that corporations have, for the most part, been willing to damage the environment if by doing so they could increase their profits. The rising tide of globalization has simply given companies greater power than ever to do so.
Regional Integration In Asia
An analysis of the push toward regionalization of the economies, markets, and governments in Asia, including an explanation of why the path to regionalization in the area will likely not mirror those of the EU and NAFTA.