By considering that Corporate Social Responsibility may emerge differently in China due to cultural considerations, we are able to gain a better picture of CSR in China.
International Business & Economics Program
Learn more about the ‘International Business & Economics’ program, one of the many research areas covered by the NATO Association of Canada.
Angola: Where Does The Money Go?
Andi Asimetaj examines hows corruption has spread to all levels of governance in Angola.
Are Bitcoins for the Mainstream, and Are Governments Ready for Them
Bitcoin and other so-called Crypto-currency have been a hot topic in the world of currency for many years but have stayed in a legal grey zone. Carter Vance examines how a decision by Australian authorities can be forging a new path to legitimize the currency.
New Greek Deal Buys Time, But Sustainable Reform Requires Real Commitment
What can be done about the Debt Crisis in Greece? Carter Vance explores the vicious cycle of reforms and asks what it will take to really start helping Greece and countries like it
Talk to a Diplomat: Interview with Mr. Rakhmad Sobirov Part II
Listen as Mr. Rakhmad Sobirov provides advice to students interested in studying and pursuing a career in law.
Talk to a Diplomat: Interview with Mr. Rakhmad Sobirov
Listen as Mr. Rakhmad Sobirov provides advice to those interested in pursuing a career in law.
Talk to a Diplomat: Interview with Jeff Hull Part I
Investment Expert, Mr. Hull provides advice to the students interested in pursuing a career in finance.
The Enduring Relevance of the BRICS
Marta Canneri examines the BRICS, arguing for their continued relevance in a multipolar world.