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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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IEEE Spectrum
May 2006
Pecht & Tiku
Bogus! Electronic manufacturing and consumers confront a rising tide of counterfeit electronics. Feeding this problem is the shift of manufacturing to China, the growing sophistication of technology, and the rise of the Internet as a marketplace. mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
May 2006
Brendan O'Neill
The Shocking Truth About Osama bin Laden Perhaps bin Laden turned to the blogosphere after 9/11, in search of theories and arguments with which he might justify his murderous assault. He is less the armed wing of a clear or coherent Islamist worldview than he is the armed wing of the West's own fearful and tortured debates about war and terrorism today. mark for My Articles 166 similar articles
May 2006
Tim Cavanaugh
Rant: Cartoons Make Cowards of Us All That American media were censoring themselves by not publishing a series of drawings of the prophet Muhammad for fear of enraging Muslims may be unflattering to admit, but it's a crucial element -- perhaps the most important element -- in this story. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
May 2006
Ronald Bailey
Peak Oil Panic Is the planet running out of gas? If it is, what should the Bush administration do about it? mark for My Articles 1151 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 19, 2006
Arthur Rogers
Europe Strives to Allay GM Fears European commission plans for `improving scientific consistency and transparency' on genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) have prompted a guarded response. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
April 2006
Matt Welch
Farewell to Warblogging Even if the transformative political nature of the post-9/11 blog explosion didn't last so long for Americans, the ensuing growth of warblogging has made it exponentially easier to seek out truth, however you define it. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 5, 2006
Robert Aronen
Hugo Chavez Makes His Move Venezuela's leader wants to be OPEC's top dog. The other members of OPEC are unlikely to welcome this development, but it will not be easy for them to simply reject the proposal. Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 613 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 3, 2006
Jim Heskett
Has Globalization Reached Its Peak? The book End of the Line: The Rise and Coming Fall of the Global Corporation argues that globalization has led corporations to outsource too much of their work and, more important, their intellectual capital. So, has globalization reached its peak? mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
April 2006
Naomi Lubick
Faith-Based Carbon Credit Systems Market-based approaches to help stem carbon releases, and in turn climate change, could prove difficult to marshal and enforce. Carbon credits and trade incentives are a small piece in a larger issue. mark for My Articles 714 similar articles
Scientific American
March 26, 2006
George Musser
The Check Is in the Mail Remittances have become a huge factor in the global economy: But does the money immigrants send home do any good? mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
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