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Can the Jews of Europe be Saved?
ABC Online

Can the Jews of Europe be Saved?

The Jewish community of Denmark has now buried its dead . The latest lethal antisemitic incident in Europe followed the pattern set in Paris a month earlier. A brazen attack on a prominent symbol of free speech - in this case, a symposium hosted ... ABC Online, 5 days ago
Jerusalem Post

Transparency International urges bottom score states to take radical steps

Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) A global coalition against corruption, Transparency International has called on countries at the bottom line of the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index to adopt radical anti-corruption measures in favour of ...
 IPP Media1 week ago Corruption Zim's man-made tragedy  Zimbabwe Independent2 weeks ago How Corrupt Is Your State? What Can America Learn From Other Nations?  Austin American Statesman1 month ago Corruption vs Democracy?  New Europe1 month ago
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Compute Scotland

Focus on corruption

"We face a widely acknowledged crisis of trust in politics and political parties. While the causes of this are complex, there is no doubt that the lobbying environment in the UK and the frequency of lobbying scandals play a major role in damaging ...
 Compute Scotland2 weeks ago One-way ticket to Denmark  Asian Age2 weeks ago Political Order and Political Decay book review: Getting to Denmark?  Financial Express3 weeks ago Pressure on Europe  Irish Examiner2 months ago
NBCNews.com

Meet the Press Transcript - February 15, 2015

CHUCK TODD: This Sunday, terror in Denmark. Two victims dead, plus the alleged shooter. HELLE THORNING-SCHMIDT (ON TAPE): We feel certain now that it is a politically motivated attack. And, thereby, it is a terrorist attack. CHUCK TODD: ...
 NBCNews.com2 weeks ago

The long, winding road to Denmark

In 1989, against the backdrop of the crisis in the communist world, an essay — The End of History— published in The National Interest magazine announced the triumph of Western liberal democracy over other forms of government. Its author, ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
Copenhagen Post

Denmark opens embassy in the Philippines

Denmark has opened a new embassy in the Philippines today. The opening in the capital of Manila which was attended by the trade and development minister, Mogens Jensen, who is currently touring the country and Vietnam as part of a Danish trade ...
 Copenhagen Post1 month ago Denmark to reopen embassy in Manila next month  Qatar Peninsula2 months ago Denmark to reopen embassy in PH next month  ABS-CBN News2 months ago Denmark to reopen embassy in Phl next month  Yahoo Philippines News2 months ago
International Business Times Australia

Denmark Tops Forbes List of Top 10 Best Countries To Do Business

Denmark has won the honour of becoming the number one country in Forbes magazine's "Best Countries for Business," an annual ranking done on the basis of business friendliness. Since 2008, Denmark had been in the top 10 positions of the Forbe's ...
 International Business Times Australia2 months ago Best Countries For Business: Denmark Leads, U.S. Lags  Forbes.com2 months ago Ireland now fourth best little country in the world to do business  Irish Times2 months ago Forbes: Denmark World's Best Country for Business  UdenrigsMinisteriet2 months ago
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IOL

Shedding light on shady deals

Donor countries are keen to tackle corruption. Now a new game of dice may out those who have a yen for graft, writes Joshua Howgego. Last month SciDev.Net reported on a dispute about the anti-corruption work of the UK Department for ...
 IOL1 month ago
Finance 24

When corruption rules

WHY ARE some countries economic successes and others miserable failures? Why is America and to a lesser extent, also Europe clawing its way out of the crisis, while Russia is in freefall? Why does Australia fare relatively well, while Zimbabwe is ...
 Finance 242 months ago

Nigeria's Road to Denmark [opinion]

The problem of creating modern political institutions has been described as the problem of "getting to Denmark," after the title of a paper written by two social scientists at the World Bank, Lant Pritchett and Michael Woolcock. For people in ...
 Individual.com1 month ago Nigeria's Road to Denmark  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
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