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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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September 30, 2005
Jim Wagner
U.N. Management of Internet 'Unacceptable' The U.S. is flatly opposed to any proposal that cedes control of the Internet to the United Nations, despite a shift in support from the European Union. mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
Information Today
September 26, 2005
Dick Kaser
Report from WSIS PrepCom-3: Shades of (Bad) Things to Come? If anyone wanted to stage a better example of why "governance" of the Internet by a coalition of governments would be a bad idea, one would need to look no further than the opening session of PrepCom-3, which was the final ramp-up meeting to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
William L. Adams
Conversation With the NVA Interviews with a top North Vietnam Army general and two former soldiers provide important insights into the other side's view of the Vietnam war. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
October 3, 2005
Stan Crock
The "Wrong Signal" On Containing Nukes? These days, playing hardball with the United States has few downsides. mark for My Articles 475 similar articles
September 21, 2005
Carey Roberts
Party-Poopers at the UN Birthday Bash Apart from the decision to establish a new Human Rights Council, UN delegates failed to agree on details for countering terrorism, stopping the spread of AIDS, or reforming the UN Security Council. Even Mr. Annan himself ended up agreeing the final document was "watered down" and "disappointing." mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
September 26, 2005
EU And Turkey: Talks Still On Track Despite fears that they would derail, talks on Turkey's accession to the European Union are expected to begin on Oct. 3 as planned. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
National Defense
October 2005
Frank Colucci
Helicopter Fleet Features Mix of New, Refurbished Aircraft As a result of the heavy use of helicopters in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. Army will need more than 3,000 new or remanufactured attack, utility, cargo and special operations helicopters by 2020. Meanwhile, orders for UH-60 from 10 other countries are expected in 2005. mark for My Articles 419 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 13, 2005
Rich Smith
EU Is Still a Banana Republic More than a year after the EU promised to eliminate quotas on the volume of bananas that can be imported to the Continent from Latin America, and nearly a decade after complaints against the quota system were first voiced, Europe still hasn't embraced the principles of the free market. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
September 19, 2005
Glenn Hubbard
Keep Your Eye On Japan Both the U.S. and the global economy have huge stakes in Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's financial reforms. mark for My Articles 569 similar articles
September 2005
Schramm & Litan
Op-Ed Why democracy is America's second most valuable export? mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
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