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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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National Defense
December 2010
Sandra I. Erwin
American Gotterdamerung Is a Perennial Pundit's Game It appears that on any given day in Washington, as of late, someone is unveiling a book, releasing a study, giving a presentation or briefing foreign-policy wonks about the impending demise of America as we know it. mark for My Articles
National Defense
November 2010
Michael G. Frodl
Attack Against Oil Tanker Shows Why Terrorists and Pirates May Join Forces One night in late July, the Mitsui-owned MV M. Star, a Japanese oil tanker laden with crude and headed for Japan, experienced a "blast" against its hull as it approached the Strait of Hormuz. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 2010
Bibiana Campos Seijo
Editorial: Healing the world Although the role of science has not been strongly emphasised in discourse surrounding the Millennium Development Goals, the work of scientists contributes towards making the world a better place. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2010
Humanitarian Design or Neocolonialism? Fast Company's Bruce Nussbaum raised some controversial questions in a trio of posts -- and readers had a lot to say. We sample the debate. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
October 4, 2010
Michael Schuman
Common Currency Once again the U.S. and China find themselves in a spat over the Chinese currency, the yuan. mark for My Articles 306 similar articles
September 23, 2010
Peter Coy
Commentary: On the Yuan, Be Careful What You Wish For Trade war fever is rising in Washington. Slapping China with unilateral tariffs would feel good -- and make matters worse. mark for My Articles 269 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 22, 2010
Andy Extance
Warming worry shades ozone success International measures fighting ozone depletion are working, according to the latest scientific assessment, but could elevate the climate change threat without continued effort. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
September 27, 2010
Andrew Marshall
Military Maneuvers Between the periods of 2000 to 2004 and 2005 to 2009, arms imports to Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia rose by 84%, 146% and 722%, respectively, reports the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
September 27, 2010
Michael Elliott
Seeing Double There are two ways to view Northeast Asia, and right now, both of them are on display. The region may be a cockpit of tension, instability, and potential catastrophe or a zone of peace and prosperity. mark for My Articles 565 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 17, 2010
Andrew Turley
Free trade could throttle generics from India International agreements on intellectual property threaten the flow of generic HIV drugs from India to developing countries, according to a new report. mark for My Articles 618 similar articles
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