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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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January 2005
Elizabeth Wasserman
Happy Birthday, WTO? An organization best known for sparking riots also deserves some credit for promoting the interests of American entrepreneurs. mark for My Articles 193 similar articles
December 22, 2004
Wendy McElroy
UNICEF's 'Rights' Focus Is All Wrong Next year's appointment may be the most controversial in UNICEF's history. In part, it will be a struggle for the soul of the agency. But, as in all things U.N., it will also involve jockeying for political position. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
December 15, 2004
Carey Roberts
When the Sisterhood Rules the World: The Sad Tale of UNICEF The fact of the matter is, we will never know how many children around the world became the collateral damage of radical feminism. And there is no doubt it will take many years to restore the luster to UNICEF's once-lofty reputation. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
National Defense
January 2005
Sandra I. Erwin
Stryker Units Get Instant Feedback From Troops at War As the Army prepares to receive its 1,000th Stryker light armored vehicle this month, commanders are quickly absorbing lessons from combat operations in Iraq and are developing new tactics to help counter violent insurgencies in Iraq's major cities. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 14, 2004
Rich Smith
Electronic Warfare Politically motivated Internet virus writers are a growing group, and it looks likely that Internet viruses will increasingly become a tool of war. mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
Science News
December 11, 2004
Janet Raloff
Shark Finning Faces Broader Sanctions The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT)--an intergovernmental fishery organization that concerns itself with large fish in the open seas--unanimously agreed to ban shark finning in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
December 20, 2004
Tightening Israeli-Egyptian Ties Four free-trade zones will be created in Egypt as a result of a deal to be signed by Israel, Egypt, and the U.S. on Dec. 14. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
December 8, 2004
Carey Roberts
Kofi's Resignation Won't Cure the AIDS Epidemic If we are going to beat AIDS, we need to use an approach that is based on hard science, not trendy ideology. And that's where the UNAIDS report goes wrong. All those impressive-looking AIDS statistics coming out of the UNAIDS are suspect, especially the ones that apply to men. mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
IDB America
November 2004
Gilberto Rincon Gallardo
The Importance of Anti-Discrimination Legislation in Mexico It is worth remembering that Mexico's constitution mandates nondiscrimination. Thus, the constitution itself imparts a fundamental regard for human rights to our laws and obligates our country to comply with the requirements set by international agreements. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
December 2004
Matt Welch
Biased about Bias Regarding media bias, the ideology of bias detection begets the shortcut of hyperbole, which then demands escalation when the conditions being described worsen. What are bloggers and other media watchdogs willing to believe about the target of their wrath? mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
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