Japan: Abe’s Remaining Options

The question is therefore not if, but how the creditors lose their money.

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At Home in Cuba’s Campoamor Theatre

Even though the last curtain fell in 1965, one man still calls Havana’s Campoamor Theatre home.

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How Japan Bankrupted Itself

The story of Japan’s decline — and the lessons for Europe.

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The United States and Cuba: Toward Normalization, Finally

A victory for diplomacy in time for the holidays.

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The U.S. Torture Report and White Supremacy

How the “debate” over U.S. torture unmasks a wider truth of thinly veiled White supremacy in official policy.

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The Globalist’s Top 10 Features on Africa

A selection of the most interesting features on Africa published by The Globalist in 2014.

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CIA Torture: Book the Americans

If ever there is an open-and-shut case for the ICC to raise its stature as a universal upholder of justice, this is it.

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Oil: Anatomy of a Bubble

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Life is good — for oil consuming countries at least.

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No NSA Reform, No CIA Reform

Reflections on U.S. politics as an eternal talk show.

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Human Rights Day 2014: More Than an Irony?

The United States and Brazil issue landmark reports: How can the world really do better?

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