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Based on a survey, this paper seeks to confirm that Indian corporates are already working on the guideline of the Global Compact. It is found that there should be a realisation that the real CSR leadership is not just putting one's own house in order, but advocating the right conditions to reward responsible practice.
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For a century Afghanistan had been a theatre for the 'great game' of espionage between the British and Russian empires, but on the eve of the Second World War the country was in an unenviable situation. Fearing Soviet aggression and occupation, the Afghans looked to British India for assurances of its security but found few concrete promises. A deal with Stalin was in the minds of both Roosevelt and Churchill, but the American public was far more reticent and divided on the issue. By the winter of the Japanese public, military planners and government were in broad agreement about the necessity of war against America, Britain, France and the Netherlands.
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However, the war was based on a number of strategic assumptions that would in time devastate the Japanese. The mid term elections in were a disaster for the Democratic Party, which faced fraudulent accusations of communist sympathies from their Republican rivals.
Both Democrats and Republicans learned that 'red baiting' was a useful tactic and could be weaponised against political enemies. When half a million supporters of the Spanish Republic fled from Franco's murderous nationalist armies in to France, they faced hostility and imprisonment, first at the hands of the French and later at the hands of the invading Germans.
The disappointments Italy endured would speed fascism's path to power. A combination of free market economic liberalism and social conservatism, was Margaret Thatcher an 'inconsistent ideologue'? If the market and the contract regulate relationships, there is no need to know what is right and what is wrong and good and evil.
The dimensions with which we deal are figures and abstractions; they are far beyond the boundaries which would permit of any kind of concrete experience. There is no frame of reference left which is manageable, observable, which is adapted to human dimensions.
While our eyes and ears receive impressions only in humanly manageable proportions, our concepts of the world has lost just that quality; it does not any longer correspond to our human dimensions. This is especially significant in connection with the development of modern means of destruction. In modern war, one individual can cause the destruction of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children.