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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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Finance & Development
June 2011
Geriatric Deadbeats As the number of older voters relative to younger ones increases around the globe, the creditworthiness of borrowing countries could decline -- resulting in less external lending and more sovereign debt defaults. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
Finance & Development
June 2011
How Ready for Pensioners? A new index assesses which countries are the best prepared and which are the worst prepared when it comes to meeting retirees' needs. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
May 18, 2011
Peter Coy
How the Strauss-Kahn Case Damages Europe Without Dominique Strauss-Kahn watching the European Union's back, the fragile bond between its have and have-not nations is in jeopardy. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
May 12, 2011
Robert Young Pelton
Somali Pirates' Rich Returns Imagine if you could invest $100,000 to control a $200 million asset for three months and sell it back to the owners for $10 million - tax-free. That's the Somali pirate way. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 7, 2011
David Lee Smith
OPEC Poses Petroleum Price Problems With half of the cartel's countries on shaky ground, is crude headed for the stratosphere? mark for My Articles 322 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
March 1, 2011
William Looney
Making Sense of Market Chaos Pharma can be an insular industry, with limited capacity to gaze beyond its own narrow frame of vision mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 17, 2011
Hepeng Jia
International recognition helps Chinese vaccine industry Vaccines made in China will now be supplied through United Nations agencies to developing countries, after recognition from the World Health Organisation that China's State Food and Drug Administration has complied with international standards for vaccine regulation. mark for My Articles 212 similar articles
National Defense
April 2011
Sandra I. Erwin
International Arms Sales, for Now, Remain Business-As-Usual "We are watching" closely events unfolding in various countries, said Rear Admiral Joseph W. Rixey, director of the Navy International Programs Office. mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 5, 2011
Steven Anfield
Why Would an Oil Industry Group Oppose Sanctions on Libya? USA*Engage, a coalition with a membership reported to include Halliburton, ExxonMobil, BP, ConocoPhillips, and Shell, has opposed unilateral sanctions, calling it a "failed strategy." mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 2011
Arslanalp et al.
Investing in Growth Revisiting the debate over whether public investment in infrastructure is productive. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
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