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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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March 26, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
Mom, Apple Pie and Microsoft Redmond's appeal of the EU judgment could hinge on nationalistic arguments -- and pressure from the White House. mark for My Articles 231 similar articles
April 1, 2004
Jill Jusko
The Two Sides Of Trade Manufacturers are full of praise and criticism as the WTO's influence spreads. Meanwhile the 146-member group finds itself at a crucial crossroads as globalization alters the trade landscape. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
March 29, 2004
Bruce Nussbaum
Fighting A New Cold War The U.S. and Europe must commit to a global offensive to defeat terrorism akin to the decades-long battle against communism mark for My Articles 775 similar articles
March 29, 2004
Manjeet Kripalani
Ban Outsourcing? Bad Idea Such legislation in the U.S. could derail India's moves to open its economy mark for My Articles 824 similar articles
March 29, 2004
A Bold Move By Paris And China? The French aerospace and defense industries see China as a potentially lucrative market. But sales of French missiles and other defense products would raise concerns in Washington, which still restricts technology sales to China. mark for My Articles 770 similar articles
March 22, 2004
Peter Coy
The Convictions Of A Convert In defending globalization, Bhagwati isn't standing up for the status quo. He's making the case for a humane form of globalization guided by enlightened government policies. It made sense in 1963, and it makes sense in 2004. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
March 1, 2004
Heading Off More Violence In Haiti With Haiti on the brink of civil war, the region's poorest country is posing a dilemma for the Bush Administration. Republicans had opposed the Clinton Administration's intervention in 1994 and the Bush team is even less likely to send soldiers now. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
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February 19, 2004
Rich Smith
Hooker's Free Trade U-Turn The furniture maker outsources a lot of its furniture production to China, then signed on to an American funiture manufacturers complaint about China selling bedroom furniture too cheaply in the US. Chine responds by threatening slow production of other goods. mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
February 9, 2004
The U.N.'s Delicate New Mission In Iraq The U.N. is taking on a tough new job. A delegation of U.N. experts is expected in Baghdad in early February on a mission to determine whether full-fledged democratic elections can be held to elect a new Iraqi transitional government by a July 1 deadline. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
February 2004
Steve Chapman
Bush's Bad Foreign Policy Unilateralism and remaking the world don't mix. mark for My Articles 375 similar articles
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