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Who Actually Committed Genocide in 1971 War That Lead to Creation of Bangladesh?

Two US Congressmen, Mr. Chabot from Ohio (Republican) and Mr. Khanna from California (Democrat), have moved a resolution entitled “Recognizing the Bangladesh Genocide of...

Afghanistan: Women are Struggling to Find Their Next Meal under Taliban

Jamila*, a widow living in Herat, lost her husband in a suicide attack about eight years ago. She has an 18-year-old daughter who is...

Gwadar — Microcosm of Baloch Discontent

Gwadar remains a microcosm of the Baloch discontent. It not only represents civil, and military bureaucracy’s disregard for public sentiment but also a disinclination...

Pakistan’s Forgotten Citizens and the Reality of 1971 Massacres

Fifty-one years ago Pakistan split into two parts within 24 years of its existence. The tragedy of the Fall of Dacca in 1971 is...

Pakistan on the Cusp of Security Breakdown

Pakistan now sits on the cusp of several security concerns. The political upheaval has caused a domino effect that has set into motion too...

Sherry Rehman: A Leader for Climate Justice

What happens in Pakistan will not stay in Pakistan.

4 Signs of Progress at the UN Climate Change Summit

Developing countries are calling for more funding and for changes at the World Bank. Sean Gallup/Getty Images   Something significant is happening in the desert in Egypt...

Queen Elizabeth II: A Modernizer Who Steered the British Monarchy into the 21st Century

Her wisdom and unceasing sense of duty meant she was widely viewed with a combination of respect, esteem, awe and affection, which transcended nations, classes and generations. She was immensely proud of Britain and its people, yet in the end she belonged to the world, and the world will mourn her passing.

Family Business in the Global Economy

The percentage of family businesses to national GDP is 55% in Germany, 60% in France and Portugal, 70% in UK. The numbers for Asian economies are 48% South Korea, 65% China, 67 % Malaysia, 76% Philippines. Even higher the rate is in South America: 75% Peru, 80% Dominica, 85% Brazil, 90% Mexico.

Family Business in Asia

While some challenges are common across most family businesses, Asians tend to demonstrate a greater level of dynamism and agility in the face of change. They are uniquely challenged in the area of succession due to a more rigid approach to inter-generational transfer.

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