Monthly Archives: October 2010

Oct 28 2010

Continuity and change during the K Era in Argentina

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By Guy Burton The death of former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner (2003-07) provides an opportunity to reflect on Argentina’s domestic politics, economy and foreign policy. The past decade has been a significant one for the country, with a considerable amount of … Continue reading

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Oct 19 2010

The New Machiavelli: How to wield power in the modern world

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By Jonathan Powell In his new book, Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair’s chief of staff for thirteen years, takes Machiavelli’s lessons on how to take power and hold on to it and explores if they still apply to modern politics and … Continue reading

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Oct 19 2010

Migrant Workers and Human Rights In Southeast Asia

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By Donna Guest Amnesty International has focused on migrant rights in Malaysia and Thailand, two main receiving countries of migrant workers in Southeast Asia. The vast majority of migrant workers in Thailand are from Myanmar, some of whom are also … Continue reading

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