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 Oil of Russia

In 1894, he married the German Princess Victoria Alix Helena Louise Beatrice of Hesse-Darmstadt (1872БЂ“1918), who took the name Aleksandra Fц«dorovna after adopting the Orthodox faith. The marriage produced five children: daughters Olga (1895БЂ“1918), Tatyana (1897БЂ“1918), Mariya (1899БЂ“1918), and Anastasiya (1901БЂ“1918); and a son Aleksey (1904БЂ“1918), who was heir to the throne. During Nicholas IIБЂ™s reign as tsar, Russia was transformed into an agrarian-industrial country, cities grew, and railroads and factories were built. He supported decisions aimed at the countryБЂ™s economic and social modernization, such as the introduction of the gold ruble, the Stolypin agrarian reform, laws on worker insurance, universal basic education, and religious tolerance. Not a reformer by nature, he was forced to make important decisions that did not conform to his personal convictions. He believed that Russia was not yet ready for a constitution, freedom of speech, or universal election rights. However, when a strong public movement arose in favor of political transformations, he signed the Manifesto of October 17, 1905 proclaiming democratic freedoms

 The World is Flat

This was a huge stroke of luck for India (and to a lesser degree for China, the former Soviet Union, and Eastern Europe), because what is the history of modern India? In short, India is a country with virtually no natural resources that got very good at doing one thing-mining the brains of its own people by educating a relatively large slice of its elites in the sciences, engineering, and medicine. In 1951, to his enduring credit, Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister, set up the first of India's seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) in the eastern city of Kharagpur. In the fifty years since then, hundreds of thousands of Indians have competed to gain entry and then graduate from these IITs and their private-sector equivalents (as well as the six Indian Institutes of Management, which teach business administration). Given India's 1 billion-plus population, this competition produces a phenomenal knowledge meritocracy. It's like a factory, churning out and exporting some of the most gifted engineering, computer science, and software talent on the globe

 The World is Flat

But now, the simultaneous flattening and wiring of the world have made it much easier for foreigners to innovate without having to emigrate. They can now do world-class work for world-class companies at very decent wages without ever having to leave home. As Allan E. Goodman, president of the Institute of International Education, put it, “When the world was round, they could not go back home, because there was no lab to go back to and no Internet to connect to. But now all those things are there, so they are going back. Now they are saying, 'I feel more comfortable back home. I can live more comfortably back home than in New York City and I can do good work, so why not go back?'” This trend started even before the visa hassles brought on by 9/11, said Goodman. “The brain gain started to go to brain drain around the year 2000.” As the NSB study noted, “Since the 1980s other countries have increased investment in S&E education and the S&E workforce at higher rates than the United States has. Between 1993 and 1997, the OECD countries [Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, a group of 40 nations with highly developed market economies] increased their number of S&E research jobs 23 percent, more than twice the 11 percent increase in S&E research jobs in the United States.” In addition, it said, visas for students and S&E workers have been issued more slowly since the events of September 11, owing to both increased security restrictions and a drop in applications. The U.S

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