Which of the following is NOT one of the three broad categories in value creation in an alliance? Possibilities to use alliances as real options, Controlling the direction of the firm’s investments, Reducing costs, risks, and uncertainties ,Accessing complementary assets and learning opportunities
Select an example of U.S. intervention in a Latin American country. Explain the reasons for the intervention and the outcome.
Was the U.S. justified in doing this in your opinion? Explain your answer.
Explain the causes of the turmoil in Egypt in early 2011 in your own words Elaborate on at least two perspectives on the situation.
A by-product of the long-abandoned Bretton Woods System, the IMF continues to offer a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution to countries at a time when companies are competing and tailoring products and services to customer specifications around the globe. Do you believe that the IMF is a value-adding institution or is it just a global relic of a bygone era? Please articulate your response clearly with contemporary examples/illustrations.
In this era of global democratization and a push for leadership accountability, how would you respond to the criticism that such a powerful and influential global institution as the IMF is led by non-elected officials?
Describe how the Pakistan and India are reacting to Pakistan exports terror into India, and elaborate on at least two different views of the situation.Is the current approach to the situation in the country more typical of an idealistic or a realistic outlook
As a global citizen with vested interest in the workings of money, how would you respond to the criticism that IMF’s lending may facilitate more problems because of moral hazards?
Some suggest that foreign markets are graveyards where entrepreneurial firms over-extend themselves. Others argue that foreign markets represent the future for SMEs. If you were the owner of a small, reasonably profitable domestic firm, would you consider expanding overseas? Why?
For thousands of years, up to the 20th century, the land of Palestine was a homeland for Christians, Jews, and Muslims. In the 20th century, the British got involved in the Middle East in several ways, culminating in the attempt to make Palestine a Homeland for European Jews to go to. Based on the e-Activity and Roskin, Hypothesize on what reasons exist for feeling hopeful about the future of the conflict. If there is no reason to feel hopeful, explain why.
Roskin discusses three theories about causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Choose one of these theories and explain how it relates to the collapse of the USSR, and assess and justify whether it relates to its internal or external foreign policy.