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Enviro-Mental

The two EU members have the dubious distinction of being the first to officially “opt-out” of scientifically approved GM crops.

Off To The Races

In the next five to ten years, Pakistan could have more nuclear weapons than any country in the world, except the United States and Russia. Whatever might it do with that surplus?

Siberian Shutdown

Western sanctions and turmoil in China have left Russia with precious few options for financing new Siberian energy projects.

Asia's Game of Thrones

As Beijing’s moves to secure territory in Asia’s coastal waters get more frequent and more menacing, the coalition of countries bent on thwarting Chinese expansionism is solidifying.

Blue Model Brussels

Trying to use industrial-age corporatism to mold the next Google is doomed to failure.

ACA Agonistes

The great hope of ACA supporters that regulators would deny premium hikes is looking shaky.

Fighting the Future
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Blue Model Zombies
With yesterday's NLRB ruling, progressives have taken up William F. Buckley’s stance—"athwart history, yelling 'Stop!'” It won't work.
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Moscow and the West
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After Same-Sex Marriage
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Dealing with Iran
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