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28 juin 2011 2 28 /06 /juin /2011 07:29

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD - India and Pakistan have agreed to resume formal peace talks that were broken off by New Delhi after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, with Pakistan saying on Thursday discussions between the nuclear-armed rivals would start before July.For a description of the risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ from the forward-looking statements contained in this press release, see the Company's most recent Annual Report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Form 10-K, and its subsequent SEC filings.
Both nations have been under pressure from the United States to resolve contentious issues, including concerns about militant violence and the disputed territory of Kashmir. Their rivalry spills over into Afghanistan, complicating peace efforts there.

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28 juin 2011 2 28 /06 /juin /2011 07:27

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28 juin 2011 2 28 /06 /juin /2011 07:23

China Century Dragon Media, Inc. (NYSE Amex: CDM) (the "Company"), today announced that the Company's registered independent accounting firm, MaloneBailey LLP ("MB") has formally resigned its engagement with the Company as of March 22, 2011. In its resignation letter, MB informed the Company that due to discrepancies noted on customer confirmations and the auditor's inability to directly verify the Company's bank records, they believe these irregularities may be an indication that the accounting records have been falsified, which would constitute an illegal act. Furthermore, MB's letter notes that the discrepancies could indicate a material error in previously issued financial statements. As a result, MB stated that it is unable to rely on management's representations as they relate to previously issued financial statements and it can no longer support its opinions related to the financial statements as of December 31, 2009 and 2008. The Company intends to seek and retain a new auditor.

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28 juin 2011 2 28 /06 /juin /2011 07:19


Nicholas Bequelin, senior researcher at the New York-based Human Rights Watch, said Ran's formal arrest was "another step back for freedom of expression in China".
"The Chinese definition of the crime of incitement to subvert state power and overthrow the socialist system should not be used as the test of whether Ran's writings were indeed subversive, since such definition equates any criticism of the Communist Party's one-party rule," he said.
After a spate of anonymous online calls for the so-called jasmine revolution during the past month, a dozen human rights lawyers -including Teng Biao, Jiang Tianyong and Tang Jingling -and activists vanished and are believed to be in police custody. Another 24 activists were detained on criminal charges -around half of them state security charges -and at least 150 had been subjected to various forms of detention, Chinese Human Rights Defenders said.
The tightening of the government's grip is felt elsewhere.

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27 juin 2011 1 27 /06 /juin /2011 07:43

As far as the general social atmosphere, I would be interested in hearing your views on this matter, but I do not have the sense that we have a stale atmosphere, that our country is in stagnation, and that we are living under a police regime in an authoritative state. There are people who are genuinely unhappy with how things have been developing, but that's normal; that's democracy as it should be. There are also people who are actively protesting the developments, which is also normal. What's most important is for all this to happen within the rule of law, because ultimately, democracy is not just about saying something, although that is very important too; rather, it is about achieving certain goals. So, to provide these opportunities, the state makes certain decisions. Everyone must abide by these decisions, these rules: both the people, who express their views, and the police and special forces. All of them must participate in the process of public discussion and help one another. But to assume that we are somehow regressing I don't know, I don't have this perception or these emotions.

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27 juin 2011 1 27 /06 /juin /2011 07:42


But we absolutely must change our approaches. We cannot simply finance our universities; we must strive to create modern educational institutions, and in this regard, we should take a close look at other nations' practices in creating endowments. For the time being, this hasn't been really launched here, perhaps because businesses are not always willing to invest in research. But at various and numerous meetings that I have with businesspeople, I always encourage them to help the universities they once attended, creating endowment funds to develop universities, because education cannot be developed through state investments alone.
Still, this does not mean that in this case, the government must make itself scarce. On the contrary, even my most recent experiences of visiting Silicon Valley and Stanford demonstrate the enormous role of that government funding plays.

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27 juin 2011 1 27 /06 /juin /2011 07:38


Role of education institutions in modernisation and development
CRAIG CALHOUN [president of the Social Science Research Council]: Thank you, Mr President. Let me ask a more specific question. China could be an example, but other countries as well. China has made massive investments in education as part of its programme of modernisation and development. Can you say a little bit more about how you see educational institutions at different levels, including higher education and universities, playing a role in modernisation and development, and also the democratic process in Russia? Because these are questions of human capital, but they are also a question of knowledge and informed citizens who are able to hold the government accountable and to help set the agenda for the country.
DMITRY MEDVEDEV: Thank you, Mr Calhoun.

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27 juin 2011 1 27 /06 /juin /2011 07:38


Role of education institutions in modernisation and development
CRAIG CALHOUN [president of the Social Science Research Council]: Thank you, Mr President. Let me ask a more specific question. China could be an example, but other countries as well. China has made massive investments in education as part of its programme of modernisation and development. Can you say a little bit more about how you see educational institutions at different levels, including higher education and universities, playing a role in modernisation and development, and also the democratic process in Russia? Because these are questions of human capital, but they are also a question of knowledge and informed citizens who are able to hold the government accountable and to help set the agenda for the country.
DMITRY MEDVEDEV: Thank you, Mr Calhoun.

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27 juin 2011 1 27 /06 /juin /2011 07:28


I was very interested in what you just said. I was on a panel, which discussed the connection between democratisation and economic modernisation, which, it was a bit of a chicken and egg kind of discussion. There was one group of people who think that democracy came as a result of economic modernisation, and another group, I think, was very much of the view you've just outlined, - that democracy or democratisation, the extension of freedom, is absolutely necessary for successful economic modernisation.
And then people talked about what's the experience of history in these things and why was it not possible for Russia to pursue the path of China, for example, or other countries which were very successful in their economic development under authoritarian systems, and then democracies came after - they had achieved a certain level of success.

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