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China, Iran and Russia Redefining New World Order: UT Professor

China, Iran and Russia Redefining New World Order: UT Professor | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

"Many countries have protested against these US imperial dictates, but have so far largely abided by US demands in order to avoid its aggressive behavior. However, with threats now being made against the Russian Federation, alarm bells have begun ringing, as powerful countries see themselves as potential future targets. Economic warfare against another major power will force emerging economic powerhouses to seriously think about the future of global financial and communications systems as well as the immediate need to enhance cooperation and to restructure the global political and economic order."

 


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The Planetary Archives / San Francisco, California's curator insight, May 21, 2014 1:24 PM

This means the end of the Holy Roman Empire,

of which the USA was the last incarnation.

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E-Government Development: Driving Collaboration, Transparency and Citizen Engagement

E-Government Development: Driving Collaboration, Transparency and Citizen Engagement | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

The satisfaction of citizens and businesses is one of the most critical measures that reflect how e-government is being developed. Therefore, during this period, the focus of e-government development is shifted from improving the management function in public entities to serving the society.

This is the overarching theme of the 11th Vietnam E-Government Symposium organised by International Data Group (IDG Vietnam) and CEO&CIO Club upon the approval of Office of National Steering Committee on Information and Communications.

 


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