In celebration of its premier issue, The Global Intelligence is keeping Winter 2012 available online for your reading pleasure. You can find all of the content from that issue below:
The Globe in Brief
In Memory of Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011)
Google Fights Slavery
Tensions Rise Over Downed Drone
Britain out of new European Union Treaty
Family Background Matters for China’s Students
China’s Bill Gates
Pakistan Returns to Cooperation after U.S. Air Strike
The Long Road to School — The failed campaign for literacy is incurring a high social cost.
Why Good Fences Make Bad Neighbors — Even in light of the Beyond the Border initiative, Canada-U.S. relations have never been as strong as they look.
China’s Expansion Strategy Frightens Neighbors — China is increasing its global military presence to match its image as a super power.
Love-Hate Relations: India and its Neighbors — In the face of rivals, India is offering aid to its smaller neighbors.
Global Warming isn’t up for Debate — A new report consolidates the evidence in attempt to prove global warming once and for all.
How to Adapt to Climate Change — A U.N. panel provides advice on what to expect from climate change and how to prepare.
Patents Paid for with Patients — Patents of human genes are hurting our well-being.
Will Peace and Democracy last in Nepal? — A new settlement for democracy has been signed in Nepal.
The New Age of Warfare isn’t Here… Yet — Despite Stuxnet, the era of cyber warfare still sits over the horizon.
Social Media and the New Revolution — Social Media profoundly affected uprisings in 2011.
India’s Struggle for Nuclear Power — India faces global and local obstacles on its path to nuclear power.
The Growth of Genetic Crops — The Gene Revolution has grown out of the Green Revolution.