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By Peter McDonough - Apr 21, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 21, 2014 22:46
Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II are the odd couple of modern Roman Catholicism. The avuncular John XXIII, who wanted to loosen up a h ...
By Charlotte Keenan - Apr 16, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 16, 2014 23:16
Governments worldwide are increasingly facing a fundamental question: how to deal with the causes of violent — often religiously motiv ...
By Louise Mushikiwabo - Apr 15, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 15, 2014 22:57
Twenty years ago this week, the genocide against Rwanda’s Tutsis, the most brutally efficient killing spree in history, began. As the ...
By Andrew Steer - Apr 14, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 14, 2014 22:56
Global trends are reshaping how businesses approach sustainability. On the one hand, consumers and investors are pushing businesses to rais ...
By Boris Bolotin - Apr 10, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 10, 2014 22:58
I would like to express my opinion regarding the allegations put forward recently in The Jordan Times by some Western columnists in con ...
By Steve Killelea - Apr 10, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 10, 2014 22:55
International cooperation is rooted in the quest for a more harmonious, prosperous world. ...
By Richard S. Grossman - Apr 06, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 06, 2014 23:44
Can you imagine a French citizen being elected president of the United States? Or a Japanese prime minister of the United Kingdom? ...
By David Cobham - Apr 02, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 02, 2014 22:05
Over the last three decades or so, central bankers and academics have become increasingly confident that inflation targeting is the key to p ...
By Steven P. Cohen - Apr 01, 2014 - Last updated at Apr 01, 2014 22:47
Pain is ubiquitous in life. ...
By João Ferreira do Amaral - Mar 31, 2014 - Last updated at Mar 31, 2014 22:50
In January, Chris Williamson, chief economist at the economics research firm Markit, called France “the new sick man of Europe”. ...

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