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Learning the wrong lessons from Latvia
Using the Baltic state's austerity programmes as an example for the rest of Europe is wrongheaded, says author.
Last updated: 14 Jun 2012 11:45 GMT
When globalisation raises questions about the legitimacy of its redistributive effects, we should not 'restrict trade'.
Last updated: 16 Mar 2012 06:42 GMT
Leaderless global governance
The world economy is entering a new phase, in which achieving global cooperation will become increasingly difficult.
Last updated: 19 Jan 2012 19:27 GMT
Europe's next nightmare
The political consequences of the Eurozone crisis include increasing xenophobia and nationalism among politicians.
Last updated: 20 Nov 2011 09:04 GMT
This crisis requires some imagination
Europe is getting nowhere trying to same failed ideas to solve the financial crisis: it's time to think outside the box.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2011 19:04 GMT
The manufacturing imperative
Despite the rise of service based economies, manufacturing remains an integral part of success.
Last updated: 13 Aug 2011 09:48 GMT
The future of economic growth
As major economies face hardships, will developing countries be able to step up and carry the global economy?
Last updated: 02 Aug 2011 07:32 GMT
Will Greece make it through its economic woe?
Leaders seek to avoid economic fate of others by creating reliable reforms and restructuring value of its currency.
Last updated: 12 Jun 2011 14:34 GMT
The crucial role of democracy in economics
The free-market needs regulation, so the world is safe for democracy, not just business.
Last updated: 15 May 2011 09:55 GMT
Saif Gaddafi and me
It is easy to criticise in retrospect, but advisers dealing with foreign leaders often fall into the 'dirty hands' trap.
Last updated: 14 Apr 2011 11:00 GMT
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Hopeful Georgia takes baby steps towards EU
Preliminary deal with the European Union would bring the post-Soviet country closer to the Western bloc.
Dubious wisdom: Assad's waiting game
Lacking his father's political cunning, Bashar al-Assad can thank the hard work of others for his survival.
Identity and Exile
Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel examines why so many American Jews defend Israeli policies regardless of the issue or cost.
Egypt's wave of painkiller addiction
An opiate called tramadol has become increasingly popular in Egypt, but many are unaware of its dangers.
Infographic: Keeping Palestinians occupied
The number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank has doubled since the Oslo Accords were signed 20 years ago.
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Two years since the start of the uprising, rebels and Assad's forces remain locked in conflict.
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Why Was Arafat Killed?
The rise and rise of Islamic music
Is Croatia's 'yes' vote tyranny of the majority?
Jewish suffering, Palestinian suffering
Ukraine: A victim of Euro-Russian divide?
In pictures: Ukrainian protesters set up camp
In the largest demonstration since the Orange Revolution, protesters vow to occupy central square until demands are met.
A temporary truce in Thai protests
Tensions ease between police and anti-government demonstrators as country pauses to observe king's birthday.
In Pictures: Troubled paradise of Kashmir
Kashmir's inherent beauty remains undiminished despite years of conflict that has swept the region.
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