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French President Emmanuel Macron made history when, on Thursday, he admitted for the first time that his country was guilty of practicing systematic torture and other grave human rights abuses during its war against the Algerian National Liberation Front, whic ...
By Stephen S. Roach - Sep 18, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 18, 2018 23:33
NEW HAVEN — In an increasingly interconnected global economy, cross-border trade and financial-capital linkages have come to matter more tha ...
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Sep 18, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 18, 2018 23:15
Concerns that the battle to liberate Syria's Idlib province from tens of thousands of extremist fighters, many foreign and most with militia ...
By Project Syndicate - Sep 18, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 18, 2018 23:14
By Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman NEW DELHI — From Argentina to Turkey and from South Africa to Indonesia, emerging markets are onc ...
By Hassan A. Barari - Sep 17, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 17, 2018 23:16
The new proposed income tax law in Jordan is taking some knocks. The number of those pouncing on it is on the rise. ...
By Jawad Anani - Sep 17, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 17, 2018 23:15
While media attention around the world focused last weekend on the tumultuous weather conditions in the southeastern part of the US, human-m ...
By Dani Rodrik - Sep 17, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 17, 2018 23:15
CAMBRIDGE — Labour advocates have long complained that international trade agreements are driven by corporate agendas and pay little attenti ...

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