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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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Pharmaceutical Executive
June 1, 2005
Seth Berkley
Backpage: Partnering for Vaccine Victories Public-private partnerships can help engage industry in AIDS vaccine research. Pharma and biotechnology companies should respond with the expertise that only they can offer. mark for My Articles 243 similar articles
July 4, 2005
U.S. Pressure On Arms Sales To China The tough line of the Bush Administration on arms sales by its allies to China seems to be paying off. mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 23, 2005
Rich Duprey
Sugar Firms Not Sweet on Cuts Companies complain, but consumers would gain if the European Union adopts cuts in sugar subsidies. mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
June 22, 2005
Carey Roberts
The Politics of Social Destruction at the UN Gender mainstreaming has become the Sisterhood's ploy to hijack the UN's Millennium Development Goals and turn them into another platform to advance its destructive agenda. US House of Representatives, beware. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
National Defense
July 2005
Sandra I. Erwin
Special Operators Seek Greater Cooperation From Foreign Forces The U.S. Special Operations Command increasingly will focus on recruiting and training "surrogate" forces in countries where terrorists are known to thrive, officials said. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
National Defense
July 2005
Sandra I. Erwin
Urban Fighting Highlights Need for Smaller Weapons The U.S. military services spend billions of dollars on precision-guided bombs, missiles and artillery shells, which, for the most part, have proved inadequate for urban fighting in Iraqi cities. mark for My Articles 296 similar articles
July 1, 2005
Patricia Panchak
Editor's Page -- Globalization, Freer Trade And Labor What's gone wrong in the global march toward increasingly open markets? And, more important, how can we fix it? mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 13, 2005
Rich Smith
(Micro)Soft on Crime? Jakarta claims Microsoft gave it amnesty. As much reason as Microsoft has to deny making a deal with Jakarta, the Indonesian government has just as little reason to publicly admit that its officials are using pirated software. Unless, of course, the amnesty is for real. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
June 20, 2005
Geri Smith
Central America Is Holding Its Breath The U.S. Senate could soon start hearings on the CAFTA trade pact. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
June 20, 2005
CAFTA-DR: A Who's Who An overview of six countries involved in the Central American Free Trade Agreement. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
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