In an era in which goods, services, capital, and people all routinely cross borders, diplomacy has become more multidimensional and interconnected than ever before.
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In the globalized, knowledge-based economy, command of the English language is more than ever a necessary skill for moving up the career ladder. Unfortunately for Latin America, the region is still lagging behind.
AS GLOBALISATION and technological advances reshape economies at all levels of development around the world, the role of human capital - making the best use of talent - in commercial growth is coming into ever sharper focus.
We are living in an age increasingly dominated by youth. Today, some 16 percent of the population worldwide--over one billion people--are between the ages of 15 and 24.