Borders and identities in the globalised world

“We intend to be kind to everyone. We have many friends. But just as importantly, we aspire to remain ourselves.”–Lee Kuan Yen (1923-2015), Prime Minister of Singapore (1959-1990) (Source: Zajec 2016, 236). A new global governance The effects of globalisation are radically challenging our perception of the world. In order to respond effectively to current challenges, we must change our mindset, open up to the world, consider those around us and create a new global governance (Brown 2019; Foucher 2019). The geopolitical transition is underway. China is not only an economic powerhouse, but also a global geopolitical force. Meant to revitalise the “Silk Roads”,…

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China, Europe and the G-Zero world

What does it mean to live in a world without global leadership? Where is the European Union heading? What impact will Trump’s “America first” policy and China’s Belt & Road Initiative have on tomorrow’s world order? Geopolitical reflections on the G-Zero world. Donald Trump in the White House, China’s mega Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) and, as a symbol of Europe’s identity crisis, Britain’s decision to leave the European Union – those are just three examples of recent radical developments transforming our globalised world. While the American president continues to pursue his “America first” policy, introducing punitive tariffs on Chinese…

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South Korea budget issues (in Won, dollar, budget per capita and budget size index)

South Korea budget issues (in Won, dollar, budget per capita and budget size index) 14.South Korea budget in national currency with almost increased flow in last 18 years reached from 140 billion won to 440 billion won. Korea national budget revenue had 214% grown in last 2 decades. S.korea like China is industrial country and they are dependent to foreign raw material imports, so the increased flow of national budget along with stable position of national currency worth against dollar, has effective results on their economy and welfare. Although, it seems that S.Korea government deliberately decreased its own national currency…

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Korea should continue its way (Governmental weight index)

Korea should continue its way (Governmental weight index) 8.We said in political weight index analysis, the high efficiency of S.Korean government and high growth rates of governmental weight index lead to ideal growth of PW (political weight) index. Then, their government strengthen, as a key factor, lead to make powerful state in comparison to last years. In 2018 S.Korea governmental weight index was equal to 24, which it had 41% growth in compare to 2000. This is obvious that their governmental weight growth rate is higher than of their growth rate in PW index. It’s because of their population growth…

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A good Asian model for politics and economics (S.korea Political weight index)

A good Asian model for politics and economics (S.korea Political weight index) 1.By attention to growth flow of government ability in S.korea, their political weight index had increased flow in last 20 years. In 2018 S.korea PW index (political weight index) was equal to 46, which it was equal to 36 in 2000 and it faced to 27% growth in last 2 decades. Their PW trend shown as they had fallen at 3 points in the period of 2002-2004, 2007-2009 and in 2015. As we know S.korea is industrial country and the world economy crisis has straight effect on their…

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china choices in future..

china choices in future.. in here we analyse china politics and economy on the base of political weight index and governmental weight index. so, we got some results of US-China challenges that you can see it in following: A. Downfall in GDP and national income and so contraction budget B. Counter action in economic sector C. Highlighting of authority from Chinese governance in confronting with Chinese people D. Population contraction and increase of immigration E. Leaving of investors F. Losing of job opportunities G. Define of military and security program by China for USA and USA allies in Asia H.…

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China challenge the numbers (Trend of china budget, budget per capita and budget size index)

China challenge the numbers (Trend of china budget, budget per capita and budget size index) 1.Incredible growth of China in Governmental Weight (GW) index rooted from the economy growth of china, and it’s strictly effected on their budget size. China budget, in yuan, in last 20 years had increase 12 times in comparison with 2000 and from 1,240 billion yuan in 2000 reached to 19,943 billion yuan in 2018. China is a productive and industrial country that build must of infrastructure with internal potentials. Then the yuan budget growth lead to effective development in China. China budget trend shown us…

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This rate of growth is impossible, but it’s happened (trend of Governmental Weight (GW) index in China)

This rate of growth is impossible, but it’s happened (trend of Governmental Weight (GW) index in China) 1.The key factor of China political weight index growth relevant to their governmental weight (GW) growth, because the LPC (Land Per Capita) as another component of PW index, not only lead to this growth, rather its lead to control of PW index growth flow(because for population increase). China GW index in 2000 was equal to 10 of 100 but it’s by a fantastic and incremental flow, rich to 22 of 100 in 2018. The trend of China GW index shown us they have…

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Lose-lose game (the trend of China political weight index and USA case)

Lose-lose game (the trend of China political weight index and USA case) 1.When we look at the China political weight trends in last 20 years, find out that they are not just growth in economy and politics, at now their Political Weight in a miraculous procedure is Two times bigger than in comparison with 20 years ago and Their political weight in comparison with 2000, increasing about 105%. China PW index in 2000 was equal to 72 and in 2018, it’s reached to 148. Again, I noted that in PW regression we cannot compare countries PW index with other countries…

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