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I’m about to start my college career and am majoring in international business with a concentration in finance. I speak Spanish fluently and am familiar in Italian. I want to go into international banking, but I want to find out what countries are big in international investing. I’m willing to learn an eastern language if that’s what is necesary, but I would prefer a European country that’s heavily involved in finance, as I speak two other European languages.
Can I ask why everyone thinks French is as important as you all think? What is there to recommend it?
Why is one of the “shining lights” of Europe on the brink of bankruptcy. Is this the future of the USA?
Not long ago, Hungary was Eastern Europe’s shining light, the one former Communist nation that was destined to catch up to its richer, Western European neighbors. Hungarians were egged on by their government to consume with abandon – to buy that new foreign car or take out a low-interest home mortgage, in euros, while resting assured that German or Austrian banks would guarantee the loans.
Is this the future of the USA with the Chinese backing our debt?
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1)The ruling body of the United Nations is called the Security Council. Which of the following countries is NOT a permanent member of the Security Council?
b) USSR (Russia)
c) United States
2) Which of the following issues would be addressed by the UN Disarmament Commission?
a) Outer space weapons
b) Reduction of military budgets
c) Banning chemical weapons
d) All of the above
3) Which of the following statements accurately reflects the UN’s role in human rights?
a) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is voluntary and not legally binding.
b) The UN has not taken a position on human rights.
c) The US opposes the UN stand on human rights because it doesn’t go far enough.
d) The UN supports the rights of women to participate in politics.
4) The original purpose of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was to
a) provide for joint defense of Europe and North America against the Soviet Union.
b) create an economic partnership between the North Atlantic nations.
c) establish a partnership between the US and the USSR in order to prevent nuclear war.
d) create an alliance of European and North American nations against Nazi Germany during World War II.
5) How might you infer that membership in the military alliance of Eastern European nations, known as the Warsaw Pact, was not entirely voluntary?
a) All members of the Warsaw pact pledged to defend each other.
b) The alliance was dominated by the USSR, which kept strict control over the other countries in the pact.
c) All of the countries of Eastern Europe except Yugoslavia joined the pact.
d) The Warsaw Pact was created as a response to the perceived threat of NATO.
6)The World Trade Organization operates by consensus. Which of the following best defines the meaning of consensus?
a) A collective opinion, more than a majority
b) Democratic majority rule
c) Unanimous agreement among all nations participating
d) Control by a powerful minority
7) Not everyone supports the World Trade Organization. What group of people would most likely oppose the WTO?
a) The United States
b) Business Groups
c) Lobbyists for large industries
d) Anti-globalization movement
What is the purpose of the World Bank?
a) Provide a safe, secure place where nations can deposit their money
b) Provide financing for the elimination of poverty and create development
c) An international organization for private multi-national corporations to pool their money
d) All of the above
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please feel free to voice position/opinion on this article - E.U. Leaders Turn to I.M.F. Amid Financial Crisis?
E.U. Leaders Turn to I.M.F. Amid Financial Crisis
Published: February 22, 2009
BERLIN — The leaders of Germany, Britain, France and other European nations called Sunday for the resources of the International Monetary Fund to be doubled, to $500 billion, to help head off new problems in countries already hit hard by the global economic and financial crisis.
And in a statement clearly aimed at hedge funds and other big private pools of capital, the leaders said that “all financing markets and participants” must be regulated in the future. They also vowed to press for sanctions against tax havens.
The leaders met in an effort to hammer out a common European position ahead of the April meeting of the Group of 20, the group of industrialized economies and developing countries, in London. The meeting on Sunday also included leaders from Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, the current holder of the European Union’s rotating presidency.
Eyeing a contagion that is rapidly spreading to Eastern Europe and even countries that use the euro, the leaders highlighted the crisis-prevention role of the monetary fund, an institution whose relevance to the global economy seemed in doubt only a few years ago.
In Germany, a growing unease that the crisis is about to strike close to home has contributed to a shift away from a reluctance to bankroll efforts to ease the financial crisis — whether in the form of bank bailouts or stimulus packages — for fear of paying for other countries’ mistakes.
German officials appear to have concluded that their own economy, underpinned until recently by booming exports, cannot stay afloat if its neighbors crash. Also, international officials from the I.M.F. and the World Bank have argued strongly in private to German officials that Berlin has underestimated the extent to which the crisis has torn at the hard-fought economic integration of Europe.
In Eastern Europe, currencies have tumbled sharply against the euro as financial markets have bid up the odds of an all-out collapse along the lines of Asian countries in the late 1990s. Already, Hungary and Latvia, both European Union members that do not use the euro, have gotten rescue packages from the monetary fund and the European bloc. And among the countries that use the euro, particularly Greece and Spain, financial chaos has meant that government borrowing costs have grown in relation to stalwarts like Germany.
The French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, endorsed support for fellow European countries on Sunday, while warning that those in need of help would have to revamp their policies.
“If someone needs solidarity, they can count on their partners,” Mr. Sarkozy said at the conclusion of the economic summit meeting here. “Their partners also need to count on them to follow certain basic rules.”
Last week Peer Steinbrück, the German finance minister, suggested that Germany would help finance rescues if necessary. Those developments foreshadow difficulties this year for countries that must borrow on international capital markets to refinance old debt and raise fresh cash.
Between expressions of solidarity and a newfound emphasis on the I.M.F., the European leaders appeared to be corralling the resources, both political and financial, that would allow bailouts of additional European countries if needed. Daniel Gros, director of the Center for European Policy Studies in Brussels, said the shift in Berlin and Europe more generally “opens the door to German dominance” of politics in the 27-nation European Union since its financial heft is likely to become vital as the crisis drags on.
Leaders in Berlin also made calls to study the creation of a common bond issue among the 16 countries that use the euro, a move that would partly extend Germany’s sterling credit rating to its shakier neighbors.
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Capitalism is promoted on the premise that competing self-interests, regulated by the realities of “the market”, work for the general benefit of human society. However, if the modern pillars of Capitalism - the banks, the stock markets, global corporations - are so powerful that political institutions will take “any action necessary” to prevent these pillars from falling, then the market cannot perform its essential function. Such a dysfunctional market means we do not have capitalism, but possibly something akin to an oligopoly - a very unhealthy and dangerous state of affairs where immense power is concentrated in a relatively small, but completely unaccountable group interested only in perpetuating and extending its own power. Not unlike the totalitarian Eastern European states of recent history.
What is to be done?