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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The presidents and former presidents of Eurasian countries attending the 18th Eurasian Economic Summit have stressed the need for international cooperation in struggle against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Given the dominance of Information Technologies in the economies of the EU, and also increasingly in the economies of the countries of Central Asia, the Caucasus and the Middle East, it is important that we consider how IT is influencing sustainable and inclusive economic growth and what the implications are for education and education co-operation between Europe and Asia and the rest of the world.
In the future, we need the New Pragmatism, the economics of moderation rather than that of excesses, imbalances and crises.
Hukum Khan Habibi, the economy minister of Afghanistan, said the country has launched a 10-year economic transformation program to fight ba
I would like to focus on the role of visual communication and education on our road to peace.
The revival of the Silk Road project might have been a utopia when it was initiated in the 1990s, but the dream is now being realized, according to former Romanian President Emil Constantinescu.
Religious leaders, former and acting politicians and academics met at the “Road to Peace” session on the last day of the Eurasia Economic Summit, disscusing the route to a world that has left behind wars and conflicts.
Vujica Lazovic, the deputy prime minister of Montenegro, said it is not the size of the economies of countries but their actions that matters.
The Trans-Eurasian Information Super Highway will be at least as important as the $10 billion TANAP, Azerbaijan’s communication and information technologies minister has said.
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