Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Harvard International Ltd news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 71   

Articles published

HAR 44.25
price chart
China's robot revolution
By the end of this year, China will overtake Japan to be the world's biggest operator of industrial robots, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), an industry lobby group. The pace of disruption in China is “unique in the history ...
Interview: Former US Ambassador to China Gary Locke
Harvard Political Review: Your political career spans over thirty years and has involved work at all levels of government. Talk about your early days in politics and walk us through your ascent.
Interview: Patrick Mendis
Patrick Mendis, a Rajawali senior fellow of the Kennedy School of Government's Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University, is the author of Peaceful War: How the Chinese Dream and American Destiny Create a Pacific ...
Africa: X-Raying Elumelu's Take On Africa's Development
On pathway to progress, the theme of the summit, where scholars and experts in international development focused their hearts and minds on Elumelu's moving speech of the day, the shrewd entrepreneur and philanthropist said, "policy, knowledge and ...
US defense system for South Korea irks China and Russia
This could act as an early warning system for the US, giving interceptors based in Alaska more time to target and knock out any incoming missiles from China, according to Matthew Bunn, a professor of security at Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and ...
America's Uneasy History with Free Trade
Until then, successive U.S. postwar administrations pursued only comprehensive, global trade accords, and strongly criticized preferential deals limited to a few countries. Europe's common market and economic union were mostly excepted from this ...
The First Global Terrorists Were Anarchists in the 1890s
Bourdin did rock the center of the world, just not the way he may have intended: Anarchism in the 1890s touched off the first age of global terrorism, and then as now, migrants and civil liberties paid the price. Today, “anarchism” ... In 1905 ...
Whos downloading pirated papers? Everyone
Although Amirkabir is one of the top research universities in Iran, international sanctions and economic woes have left it with poor access to journals.
Africa This Month: Taking Stock of Strides in Justice, Peace and Prosperity
Samuel Ollunga is a corporate lawyer who was educated at Harvard in the US and Cambridge in Britain. He grew up in Kenya and is still deeply involved .... Read more ... The collapse of all cases against the accused after the disputed Kenyan elections ...
World Trade Organization, front and center: A Q&A with Professor Mark Wu
This week, Harvard Law School will host the decennial academic conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO), bringing together scholars, government officials, legal practitioners, and representatives from around the world to discuss the present ...