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What Germany’s Failed Bond Auction Means

What Germany’s Failed Bond Auction Means

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Why Europeans Need More EU, But Don’t Want It

Why Europeans Need More EU, But Don’t Want It

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Can Turkey attack Syria?

Can Turkey attack Syria?

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500 Million Europeans: Squandered Potential?

500 Million Europeans: Squandered Potential?

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China’s View of America and Europe’s Debt and Their Efforts To Get It Under Control

China’s View of America and Europe’s Debt and Their Efforts To Get It Under Control

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The Yemeni Revolution: the Opposition and Saleh to sign GCC Agreement

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WTO Rules on U.S. Trade Remedies Practice of ‘Double Counting'!

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Part II: Chinese Investments in Europe – A Year in Review

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Chinese ‘Trojan Horse’ – Investing in Greece, or Invading Europe? (Part I)

Chinese ‘Trojan Horse’ – Investing in Greece, or Invading Europe? (Part I)

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The New “Triangle” World Order – and how US, EU and China must work together to keep the global economy going.

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EU’s renewed strategy to tackle global terror

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EU Announces $1Trillion Debt Crisis Bailout

EU Announces $1Trillion Debt Crisis Bailout

In an effort to stem the deepening collapse from the Greece Sovereign Debt crisis, finance ministers from the European Union agreed on a deal that would provide $560 billion in new loans and $76 billion under an existing lending program. Elena Salgado, the Spanish finance minister, who announced the deal, also said the International Monetary Fund was prepared to give up to $321 billion separately.

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Japan and China's Competiting Plans for SE Asia

Japan and China's Competiting Plans for SE Asia

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Pakistan / EU Relations – Assistance & Development

Current relations between Pakistan and Europe are defined by cooperation. Through humanitarian and supply assistance offered, European states are also working with Islamabad in collaborating on development projects as a form for debt relief to Pakistan. This cooperation comes with Pakistan's commitment to democracy and successes in uprooting terrorism.

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ASEAN Integration: Human Rights Illusion

ASEAN Integration: Human Rights Illusion

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