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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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September 2004
Prakash Loungani
Globalization Without Tears The book In Defense of Globalization tries to show that major complaints about the adverse social effects of globalization are mistaken. Globalization in fact reduces poverty and the use of child labor, fosters women's rights, promotes respect for democratic norms, enriches culture, and even sustains the environment. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
September 2004
Jacob Sullum
Cotton Belt Farmers in developing countries have long blamed U.S. cotton subsidies for encouraging overproduction and driving down world prices. A panel of three trade experts conclude that the subsidies violate WTO rules. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
August 2, 2004
Joseph S. Nye Jr.
The Benefits of Soft Power Soft power -- the ability to shape the preferences of others -- has always been a key element of leadership, says the recent dean of Harvard's Kennedy School. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
August 9, 2004
Stan Crock
Taiwan: Uncle Sam Wants You To Buy Arms The complex diplomatic dance involving Washington, Taipei, and Beijing gets trickier by the day. The tension will rise this fall when Taiwan's legislature votes on arms-purchase legislation. mark for My Articles 570 similar articles
July 2004
Jay Chapman
Illegal Uranium Mining in Congo U.N. officials expressed fears that undocumented uranium ore leaving the mine in the southeastern province of Katanga could make its way into the hands of terrorists. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
July 29, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
Think Globally, Block Locally Experts at international anti-spam conference argue whether law or technology is the best way to solve the junk mail problem. mark for My Articles 599 similar articles
July 28, 2004
Wendy McElroy
AIDS Efforts Undermined by U.N. Politics Politics lies at the root of the U.N.'s constant bashing of American policies. In the shifting vista of AIDS politics, where even the figures are blurring, the U.S. is correct and prudent to withhold its support. mark for My Articles 219 similar articles
July 27, 2004
Roy Mark
Biometric Passport Program Hits Snag Lack of chips and interoperability standards force one-year extension of biometric passport compliance. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
National Defense
August 2004
Roxana Tiron
European Defense Agency Raising Hackles in U.S. The creation of the European Defense Agency is sending ripples across the Atlantic and raising questions about Europe diverting resources away from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
National Defense
August 2004
Roxana Tiron
International Trade Benefits U.S., Says Pentagon Acquisition Chief The U.S. Congress must be better educated on the benefits of international trade, according to the Pentagon's top procurement official. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
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