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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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January 12, 2004
Stewart Fleming
He'll Need The Luck Of The Irish As Charles McCreevy heads for Brussels, the economic infighting is deafening. mark for My Articles 194 similar articles
December 29, 2003
Crock et al.
That's One Problem Solved Saddam's capture is a big break for the U.S. -- but the road to a stable Iraq remains long and treacherous. mark for My Articles 622 similar articles
December 22, 2003
At 10, NAFTA Is Ready For An Overhaul A broader pact could address new issues of security and migration. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Does China Pose an Economic Threat to the United States? It would appear so, given the rhetoric in recent months by American politicians and some businesspeople, who have complained about the loss of U.S. jobs to China and unfair Chinese trade practices. But faculty members at business schools say the complaints are misplaced and driven by politics. mark for My Articles 1188 similar articles
December 2003
Nick Gillespie
Poor Man's Hero Controversial writer Johan Norberg champions globalization as the best hope for the developing world. mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
December 8, 2003
The Folly Of Slapping Quotas On China America's second-largest trading partner buys lots of U.S. exports -- and mountains of U.S. debt mark for My Articles 1189 similar articles
December 8, 2003
Europe And Britain: Prickly Partners The gulf between old Europe and the sceptered isle was on display during a meeting in London of French President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Tony Blair on Nov. 24. mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
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November 17, 2003
Cynthia D. Churchwell
Lessons From a Nasty Trade Dispute Even if the World Trade Organization rules in favor of your country's government, it may not mean the end of a business dispute. Harvard professors Rawi Abdelal and Laura Alfaro explain why. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
November 2003
Rod Kurtz
How to Shake Djibouti Entrepreneurs believe they can change the world. The United Nations, it seems, is starting to agree. The newly formed Commission on the Private Sector and Development seeks to reduce the obstacles facing small businesses in developing nations. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
November 17, 2003
Can The U.N. Beef Up Controls On Nukes? Mohamed Elbaradei, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, wants a stronger regime for containing the spread of nuclear weapons. mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
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