Saturday, October 14, 2006

Whether in business, politics or in personal life, partnerships are difficult

The latest UN vote on sanctions against North Korea demonstrates how differing interests make any partnership difficult. While China and South Korea put stability first, the US wants to see the North Korean regime collapse. Since this means that the US and its partners have opposed objectives, there will never be strong, focused actions.
This applies to business partnerships and marriages as well. They are formed for one set of reasons, but it is rare that there is complete agreement on everything for ever.

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