On the Necessity of Formulating Germany's Political Interests Vis-à-vis Asia – Options for Germany / The Realignment of Power within Asia and Its Consequences / Japan's Role in Asia's New Power Constellation / Readjustment of Asia's Centres of Power – Its Consequences for the ASEAN States and Related Reactions / India – One of the Winners of Globalisation / China's Involvement in Africa: Trends and Perspectives / The Policy towards Developing Countries – A Field for a Strategic Partnership between Europe and China? / America's Unwritten Policy on Islam: The White House and the Relationship between Terror and Islam. Part 2: Presidential Insights into Islam and Terrorism / Public or Private Funding of the Economic Infrastructure in Developing Countries – Does Lack of Capital Constitute a Development Policy Problem?Show table of contents
International Reports 10/2006 - International Reports
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