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Authoritarians have picked up a thing or two from the very civil society organizations they are seeking to repress: they are learning to share “best practices” among themselves.
Companies are busy building out pipeline infrastructure to send America’s glut of shale gas southward to Mexico.
Immigration may or may not be a good idea, but it is simplistic and foolish to dismiss Japan’s remarkable ability to modernize and simultaneously retain a distilled identity.
Government employees told to only show up Monday and Tuesday.
Crude prices are on the rise, and many oil firms think they can start spending again once the market hits $50 per barrel.
America’s K-12 system is not getting any better at giving students basic math and reading skills.
A military modernizing for global dominance, a dictator consolidating his power, an unstable economy, and an America tired of being the world’s policeman. These are not the ingredients for a new era of world peace.
China’s island building has changed the rules of the regional game.
Since the 1990s, thanks to the Internet and social liberalism, the anti-porn forces have mostly been sidelined. Or have they?
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