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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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October 24, 2005
Stanley Reed
Syria's Regime Feels More And More Heat The chain reaction set off by the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on Feb. 14 is gaining force. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
October 17, 2005
Garry Emmons
Turning on the Tap: Is Water the Next Oil? Many competing forces lead some experts to believe that water will replace petroleum as the twenty-first century's core commodity, with nations rich in water enjoying enormous social and economic advantages over those that are not. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
October 1, 2005
Jill Wechsler
Washington Report: Antivirals: Meeting a World of Need The international fight against AIDS requires drugs -- and policy. mark for My Articles 518 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
October 1, 2005
Sarah Houlton
Global Report: Animal Attacks While efforts are being made to reduce animal use, animal testing will remain essential for the foreseeable future, and protests are sure to continue in one form or another. The success of the new legislative regime in the UK now appears to be driving some of the protesters abroad. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
October 11, 2005
Roy Mark
Ag Proposal Could Benefit IT Trade Talks IT trade groups praise U.S. efforts to spark stalled trade talks on broadening the global tech marketplace. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
October 7, 2005
Roy Mark
House Backs U.S. ICANN Stand Commerce Committee says Internet governance too important to turn over to United Nations. mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
October 2005
Jesse Walker
Millions of Gandhis "Spreading freedom" has become the White House's all-purpose justification for war, but wars aren't necessarily the best way to plant the seeds of liberty. Turns out that nonviolence isn't just better for liberty and self-government. Often it's good strategy as well. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
October 2005
Ronald Bailey
Data: Aiding and Indebting Despite the push to give to sub-Saharan African economies, evidence that aid boosts economic development is hard to come by. mark for My Articles 286 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 3, 2005
Rich Smith
Ban Won't Hook Whole Foods Beluga caviar from the Caspian becomes illegal today. The Whole Foods natural grocery chain is already prepared. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
October 2005
Katie Donnelly
A Denuclearized Korean Peninsula South Korea is not alone in having a different perspective than the United States about North Korea. Even though the other countries involved in the Six Party Talks have vested interests in a denuclearized Korean peninsula, each sees the problem of North Korea in a different light with different solutions. mark for My Articles 574 similar articles
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