For a New Renaissance

January 2011
Time International (Atlantic Edition);1/31/2011, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p34
The article discusses advice on how to use economic, health, and political world crises to build a stable world order and introduce a Renaissance era much like the European post-medieval age. Topics include providing information technology to developing nations like India, university expansion abroad, and forging economic partnerships across the world.


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