Tag Archives: Olympics

Donovan Carillo’s Story of Courage and Persistence

The story of an Olympic competitor from Mexico shows the struggle against gender-based prejudice in sport.

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Why China Weighs in on Ukraine

China’s goal isn’t cuddling up to Russia. It is preventing NATO from interfering in the Indo-Pacific.

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Cleaning Up the Olympics?

On efforts to disentangle the incestuous and seemingly inseparable relationship between sports and politics.

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Brazil: The Economics of the Rio Olympics 2016

There’s still over four months to go until the August 5 opening, but the Olympic stopwatch is already ticking for Rio 2016.

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Time for Greece to Lead on Kosovo

Can the new EU foreign affairs chief, Frederica Mogherini, move forward on the semi-frozen conflicts of the Western Balkans?

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Olympic Dreams, Tokyo Style

An inward-looking culture must embrace the Olympic spirit of performance and openness to reinvent itself.

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Mexico’s Moment

Why is Latin America’s economic spotlight shifting away from Brazil?

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Europe’s Champions on Different Economic Paths

Why is Spain starting look a little more robust economically than Britain?

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From Vancouver to Sochi

How do the 2014 Winter Olympic Games present both a challenge and opportunity for Russia?

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World Leaders Spin the Olympic Medals

Which country did best at the Athens Olympics?

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