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Media As “Opposition”? If Only Steve Bannon Were Right

U.S. journalists may balk at the Trump White House calling them the opposition, but that’s their proper role.

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Trump’s New “The Apprentice” Mega Show

At this point, the U.S. President-elect would do a better job filling his administration if he made the selection a reality show.

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To Pres. Obama and Secretary Clinton: “In The Name of God, Go”

The two deserve enormous blame, over the years, for the recent election outcome.

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US: Any Real Checks and Balances Left?

Republicans have severely damaged many once-respected institutions, even before President-elect Trump came onto the scene.

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The Two Clintons: De Facto Republicans

Why some Republicans are about to put one of their own in the White House: Hillary Clinton.

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Apple: Is Europe Unfair?

Six points about the EU’s Apple tax ruling.

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Will Germans Turn Sour on Turkey-Russia Deal?

Trade flows in agricultural products and the high-stakes games of international sanctions.

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The Jingoism of British Conservatives

Leading UK conservatives act as if they know everything. But they know little about the world outside

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Piketty on Immigration

Why aren’t poor Americans more up-in-arms over rising levels of income inequality?

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Europe’s Rules? Forget About Them

The rest of the world has it all wrong: The EU isn’t obsessing about rules.

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