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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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The Motley Fool
October 4, 2007
Matt Koppenheffer
Questioning Free Trade? Now? A recent Wall Street Journal-NBC Newspoll shows that Republicans are feeling a lot less sure about free trade. Is it the right time to become protectionist? mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2007
Courtney E. Howard
European Union launches Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals regulation The EU's recently enacted REACH law makes industry manufacturers, importers, and systems developers responsible for the identification, management, and substitution of chemical substances. mark for My Articles 224 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 25, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
Ozone-Destroying Chemicals to be Phased Out Faster Over 200 nations have agreed at a UN meeting to accelerate the phase-out of refrigerants that destroy the ozone layer. But the revised agreement may spur developing countries to churn out more ozone-depleting HCFCs in the short term. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
National Defense
October 2007
Lawrence P. Farrell
Energy: `One Big Thing' Having spent nearly a year a half in Sweden, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden Michael M. Wood has had the opportunity to see what the Swedes have been doing about energy. He finds much to applaud. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
Craig Mazin
Top 10: Spy Agencies Many countries place great importance on the function of their intelligence/spy agencies. Intelligence failures can lead to terrible consequences, while successes can help countries avert unnecessary tragedies. Read on about the top 10 presently active spy agencies operating in the world today. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2007
Katherine Mangu-Ward
Northern Lights Out Canada voted to prohibit the sale of incandescent light bulbs. The bulbs, which also have been banned in Australia and are facing possible extinction in California and other states, are being targeted in the hope of staving off global warming. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2007
Radley Balko
Nowhere to Go U.S. officials are having an increasingly difficult time finding countries willing to grant asylum to Guantanamo inmates cleared of charges. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2007
Jacob Sullum
Food Waste Last year the U.S. government spent $1.2 billion on food aid for more than 50 countries, under six programs involving four federal departments and an independent agency. But not all that activity translates into help for the hungry. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
Aug/Sep 2007
Ronald Bailey
Our Intangible Riches World Bank environmental economist Kirk Hamilton on the planet's real wealth. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2007
Bloom & Khanna
The Urban Revolution Rapid urbanization may prove a blessing, provided the world takes notice and plans accordingly. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
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