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Below is a list of freely accessible articles and interviews with senior government members and heads of state, businesspeople and members of non-governmental organisations who have featured in past issues of World Statesman.

Special features

Global trade

The Baltic states

The Former Yugoslavia

European Economic and Monetary Union

  • Going all the way: European Commission President Jacques Santer
  • Are Europeans tired of Europe?: German Chancellor Helmut Kohl
  • The economics of monetary union: Bank of England Governor Eddie George
  • The nuts and bolts of monetary union: European Monetary Institute head Alexandre Lamfalussy

The East African Community

Country studies





  • It hurt, but it's working: Prime Minister Gyula Horn






South Africa


Special surveys

The education debate

  • Supply and demand in lifelong learning: Director-General of the Commonwealth of Learning Dr Gajaraj Dhanarajan
  • The higher education debate: Professor Guy Neave, Director of Research at the International Association of Universities

The world's health

  • A fatal complacency: World Health Organisation head Dr Hiroshi Nakajima
  • The challenge of South Asian health: Joseph Wood, World Bank Vice-President (South Asia)
  • Hospitals and the community: Dr Errol Pickering, International Hospital Federation Director-General

Global tourism

Global energy

  • Texas in the Caribbean: Finbar Ganga, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister, Trinidad and Tobago
  • The energy question in Asia: World Bank Regional Energy Adviser Anil Malhotra
  • An uphill struggle: former Indian Energy Minister N K P Salve

Offshore banking

The Internet

Latin American finance

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