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Correspondence Analysis in International Sci-Tech Cooperation Patterns and University Resources  [PDF]
Li Li, Zhengning Feng, Xuezhu Gao
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2011.42025
Abstract: This paper studies the relationship between cooperation patterns and resources of university in international science and technology cooperation and exchanges based on correspondence analysis method, makes assessment and judgment about pattern selection of international science and technology cooperation between universities in terms of human re-sources, technology level, financial resources, analyzes the gains or losses of international science and technology co-operation in primary patterns and advanced patterns, explores the existing problems and trends of international science and technology cooperation between universities, and put forward corresponding countermeasures and suggestions.
Ingerência ou solidariedade? Dilemas da ordem internacional contemporanea
S?o Paulo em Perspectiva , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-88392002000200003
Abstract: this article takes on the provocative subject of the peacetime intervention of stronger nations in the internal affairs of weaker ones. the increasing multiplicity of actors and the complexity of the global agenda create new challenges to the achievement of meaningful international cooperation. the author calls for a re-thinking of existing decision-making mechanisms, with a view toward reversing current interventionist trends.
Selection Advantage Pattern of International Sci-Tech Cooperation and Empirical Analysis  [PDF]
Li Li, Bin Yu
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2011.41006
Abstract: Traditional international sci-tech cooperation theories mainly focus on the ability and advantage owned by cooperative parties, and according to which to guide the direction of international science and technology cooperation. Based on the integration of traditional theories of international science and technology cooperation and concrete practice, this paper proposes the selection advantage pattern and matching mechanism, which comprehensively take cooperator advantages, specification of project and change in circumstance into account and will play a guiding role in terms of determining the key country or region with which to prior carry out international science and technology cooperation. This paper also gives an analysis of the current status of industry development in Guangdong province and the research upon competitiveness evaluation of the world's related leading technology, puts forward corresponding countermeasures and suggestions on the science and technology cooperation patterns and approaches in terms of technological level and resources of Guangdong province.
Clean Development Mechanism Cooperation in China  [PDF]
Ye Qian, Jian-Cheng Bin
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2011.24025
Abstract: The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is an arrangement under the Kyoto Protocol allowing developed countries with a greenhouse gas reduction commitment to invest in projects that reduce emissions in developing countries as an alternative to more expensive emission reductions in their own countries. In terms of the CDM areas, there are huge potential commercial opportunities between China and the United Kingdom since China signed the Kyoto Protocol.
Inspiration from Green Effect of South Korea’s Low-Carbon Economy Development to China  [PDF]
Dong-Xin Li, Taewon Kang
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2012.34020

Low-carbon economics is a new model of economic development in both international and domestic settings as well as the only way for all mankind to deal with climate change and achieve sustainable economic development. In addition to controlling carbon dioxide emissions, the low-carbon economic development model indicates an energy revolution that will fundamentally change production as well as people’s social and economic lifestyle. Low-carbon development has drawn close attention from the international community and has progressed into action in many countries. The world is gradually approaching the low-carbon age for the main purpose of pursing low energy consumption, low emission and high efficiency. The low-carbon economic cooperation aimed at environmental diplomacy is also in the process of active and effective negotiation and implementation. This paper will introduce the low-carbon economic development strategies in South Koreaand the results in practice so far and then summarize the applicable experience and inspiration from the practical significance ofSouth KoreatoChina.

Diffusion of Sustainable Construction Practices. A Case of International Cooperation  [PDF]
Andrea Giachetta, Katia Perini, Adriano Magliocco
Open Journal of Energy Efficiency (OJEE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojee.2013.21008
Abstract: Data shows that buildings play an important role in the field of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. The exchange of information among different countries is a key element to promote a wider diffusion of practices for sustainable development in the fields of architecture and urban planning, contributing to the improvement of new skills and economic and production activities, while also reducing the environmental impact of construction on the territory. An international cooperation can lead an exchange of experiences and practices, which could play a fundamental role since countries can have similar problems to deal with, as it happens for the specific identity of the Mediterranean territory in coastal and rural areas. This paper analyses a case of international cooperation, the project SCORE, “Sustainable COnstruction in Rural and fragile areas for energy Efficiency”, financed under the European MED Programme with the purpose to promote sustainable energy policies in the construction sector on fragile coastal and rural Mediterranean areas.
Colombia and Its Trans-Pacific Foreign Policy —International Relations in the Pacific Rim  [PDF]
Julio César Cepeda Ladino
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2017.71001
Abstract: The Pacific Rim has become a high-value geostrategic region because of the growing interdependence in its dynamics of political and economic cooperation. The international and regional cooperation systems continue their transformation since the early twenty first century, therefore it is quite relevant to be attuned with these processes. In recent years, Colombia has designed various strategies for international integration in the Asia-Pacific region within its Trans-Pacific foreign policy. It is essential for actors and interest groups to make a diagnosis to establish a forward-looking strategy to diversify the agenda of relations with this region. The purpose is to ensure a better understanding of the next transpacific cooperation schemes.
The Measurement of Competitiveness of Hong Kong International Shipping Center and Its Promotion Strategies  [PDF]
Dongxiang Fan
Modern Economy (ME) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/me.2019.103057
Abstract: In recent years, the competition among international shipping centers has become more and more fierce. The development of Hong Kong international shipping center is not optimistic. Based on this, we analyzed the factors affecting the competitiveness of international shipping centers and constructed the competitiveness evaluation index system of international shipping center. We used the Entropy Weight and TOPSIS method to conduct empirical research on the competitiveness of four shipping centers in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, and Shenzhen to clarify the current location of the Hong Kong international shipping center and the differences with other shipping centers. According to empirical findings, we have proposed some strategies to enhance the competitiveness of Hong Kong international shipping center from the perspective of competition and cooperation.
Revista Nacional de Administración , 2010,
Abstract: There is a presumption among public administrators, opinionmakers and the public, that irregularities found inrecent years in the management of projects funded in theCosta Rican public sector with resources from internationalcooperation have been the result of gaps in the regulatoryframework that supports the management systemfor such cooperation. Whether there is a factual basis forthat assumption is determined through a qualitative researchmethodology and through the analysis of variouselements such as: legal framework, institutional actors, relevantskills and processes related to cooperative activity,and the study of empirical available evidence. It is concludedthat there is no evidence to support that the implementationof reforms in the regulatory framework governingsuch cooperation in Costa Rica is an effective way tomodify certain practices considered deficient or irregular;the evidence suggests that the human factor has beena much more important variable than any weakness inpolicy design as an explanation for the deficiencies in management.
EU’s Role in Fighting Terrorism
Jana Maftei
EIRP Proceedings , 2009,
Abstract: International terrorism, a phenomenon with constant development, is today acertainty and has dramatically marked the beginning of this century and millennium. Thisproblem has reached a global dimension and it represents a concern to the entire internationalcommunity. Over the time, numerous international and regional regulations have been framed, inorder to prevent and combat terrorism. The European Union condemns terrorist acts andrecognizes the central role of the United Nations, in fighting against terrorism and promotingsecurity, as well as the contribution of the new NATO in what concerns the defense and securitypromotion. Europe has to act more firmly in order to consolidate the defense against terrorismand the European Union’s borders. At the same time, the European Union considers that only aconcerted and firm action from all the states and the major actors on the international scenewould lead to the identification of the solutions which can contribute to the efficient fight againstterrorism and, by these means, provide for the international peace and security. The proportion ofthe danger terrorism represents has turned the fight against this phenomenon in an internationalcommunity’s desideratum.
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