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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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India and the Great Game of Energy

Will signing two big energy deals with Russia irritate both China and the U.S.?

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France’s Sudden Chinese Impulses

Why is the French finance minister invoking other cultures’ diplomatic style to defend France?

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First China, Now India: Putin’s Tilt to Asia

President Putin puts on the hard sell in Asia.

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Uber’s Constant Overreach

India is not alone in battling the U.S. app phenom.

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America’s Unfulfilled Promise: An Economic Bill of Rights

Roosevelt’s 1944 State of the Union message to Congress shows the U.S. the way forward.

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The Hard Facts of Global Corruption

Action rarely follows rhetoric when it comes to global corruption.

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Can the U.S. Kick Its Carbon Habit?

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President Obama has set ambitious carbon emission goals for the United States. Can it rise to the challenge?

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TTIP: Strengthening a Global Economic Heavyweight

TTIP will help the U.S. and EU to meet the challenges of a globalizing world

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Regionalism, Asia Style

Unlike in Europe, Asian regionalism has been market-led.

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