China Challenges US Interests
On March 15, 2003, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) elected Hu Jintao as President despite the fact that not but five months earlier he was given the position of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China. During this time, the Chinese government as demonstrated that it is willing to make decisive policies that could disrupt United States goals and plans. It has become clear that China poses critical challenges to U.S. economic and strategic interests. Unfortunately, this means that the U.S. hopes for Taiwan’s independence from China is threatened. This threat comes in the form of a formal declaration of independence could lead to a military confrontation between The People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Taiwan, a United States ally, because China remains committed to reunification.What is Killing in the Gulf?
Gulf region is a group of resource rich countries located in Middle East. Crime is low and standard of living is on par with the Western world.Is Legislation in Malaysia Sufficient Post Enron & Worldcomm?
Directors being pillars of corporate governance should at all times act honestly and use reasonable diligence in the discharge of their duties. This is more so in light of recent major corporate issues like ENRON & Worldcomm in the United States and the Transmile case in Malaysia.IPs and the Web
The Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines are a vanishing lot. What led to this? What future awaits them?The Significance of the Kimberly Process
The Kimberly Process, commonly known as KP, is a joint venture of governments, industry and civil society to stop the flow of inconsistent and rough diamonds that are used by rebel movements to fund wars against lawful governments. The Kimberly Process Certification Scheme enforces far reaching requirements on its members to permit them to endorse shipments of rough diamonds as ‘conflict free.’