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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Video of the Day: WEF World Economic Forum

Keywords: World Economic Forum

- The Future of Europe in the World
- Muslim Societies in the Modern World
- Can a Ball Change the World: The Role of Sports in Development?
- Respecting, Crossing and Shifting Boundaries?
- Human Rights: Reduced to Charity?
- Breaking the Glass Ceiling: More Women in Top Positions
- US Freedom and Democracy Agenda
- Next Steps for Africa
- China Goes Global
- A New Mindset for the UN
- What Is at Stake in Iraq?
- The Big Debate: Setting the Business Agenda
- Ancient Wisdom on Modern Questions
- Special Address by Pervez Musharraf
- Opening Address by Angela Merkel
- Special Address by Zeng Peiyan
- A Conversation with William J. Clinton
- Water: Property or Human Right?
- The Future of US Leadership
- Does Global Tax Competition Increase Poverty?
- The New Comparative Advantages
- Guiding Principles and Values for US Policies
- A Take on Tehran
- Are Researchers Moving Limits without Being Noticed?
- Finding Balance in the Global Economy
- A Trade Compromise, for Now?
- Labour Migration: How Far Is Too Far?
- Digital 2.0: Powering a Creative Economy
Source: WEF World Economic Forum - Google Video

World Economic Forum
"The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging leaders in partnerships to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

Incorporated as a foundation in 1971, and based in Geneva, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum is impartial and not-for-profit; it is tied to no political, partisan or national interests."

World Economic Forum - Loic Le Meur
Davos Diary - Foreign Policy

See also:
Audio of the Day: Google's Sergey Brin at the World Economic Forum in Davos - The World 2 Come

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