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President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart President Recep Tayyip Erdogan succeeded during their one-on-one summit in Sochi to avert a war over Idlib after having agreed on an ingenious plan to save the ci ...
By Daoud Kuttab - Sep 19, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 19, 2018 23:21
Very few leaders seem to understand that a high percentage of their job is to communicate. ...
By Chris Patten - Sep 19, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 19, 2018 23:21
LONDON — In a 2013 press conference, then-recently inaugurated Pope Francis famously said that, when it comes to sexual orientation, includi ...
By Project Syndicate - Sep 19, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 19, 2018 23:21
By Rob Johnson and George Soros  NEW YORK — The recent exchange between Joe Stiglitz and Larry Summers about “secular stagnation” ...
By Anne O. Krueger - Sep 19, 2018 - Last updated at Sep 19, 2018 23:20
WASHINGTON, DC — Ten years after the failure of Lehman Brothers, we know that multilateral action was crucial in preventing the so-called Gr ...
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 ...

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