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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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July 21, 2003
Kerry Capell
A Food Fight the U.S. Is Sure to Lose Once again, Europe and the U.S. are at loggerheads. This time, they're fighting over food, not foreign policy. On July 2, the European Parliament passed legislation calling for detailed labeling of genetically modified (GM) food products. mark for My Articles 328 similar articles
July 14, 2003
David Fairlamb
The Smog Trade Will pollution "credits" help clean up the world? mark for My Articles 366 similar articles
July 2003
Doug Bandow
Cutting the Tripwire It's time for the U.S. to get out of Korea mark for My Articles 668 similar articles
Fast Company
July 2003
Anne Kreamer
America's Yang Has a Yen for Asia's Yin At a time when much of the world seems to be wary of America's growing dominance, Asia has found a way to send its yin to satisfy America's yang. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
July 2003
Peter Maass
The Rough Guide to Iraq This spring, a quarter of a million Americans took a trip. It was noisy, hot, and violent. Accommodations were poor. Some of them didn't come back. mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
July 1, 2003
John S. McClenahen
Unruly Trade As the global economy grows, the rules of international trade take on greater significance. Not every nation plays by the rules -- nor sees them the same way. And that makes a world of strategic difference for U.S. manufacturers. mark for My Articles 584 similar articles
Science News
June 21, 2003
Janet Raloff
Treaty is Imminent for Genetically Engineered Foods The new treaty, when it goes into force next September, will require that documentation accompany all shipments of GMOs to and through nations that ratified the treaty, which so far doesn't include the United States. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
June 18, 2003
VillageReach Measures Its Success in Smiles Blaise Judja-Sato, who was born in Cameroon, founded VillageReach, a non-profit, and assembled a team of experts with experience in public health and development fields who were enthusiastic about attempting a fresh approach to tackling problems that plague so many developing countries. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
June 2003
Jesse Walker
What Next for U.S. Foreign Policy? Power, stability, and the post-Iraq world order: interviews with three men with very different ideas about the emerging world system. mark for My Articles 692 similar articles
June 2003
Jodie T. Allen
God Only Knows: The conflicting demands of wartime prayers You gotta feel a little sorry for God these days. The hotline from the White House has been hopping off the heavenly hook; the pope has been urging his flock to "persevere in unceasing prayer"; cries of "Allahu Akbar" echo from the streets of Gaza to those of Baghdad. mark for My Articles 348 similar articles
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