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Those who should be watchdogs for patients are too often paid by drug companies, writes of
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Tech regulation should focus on privacy, market power, free speech, and national security. But can policymakers mitigate tech's downsides while maximizing its undeniable benefits? asks Michael J. Boskin of
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While the rest of the world remains mired in a seemingly interminable debate over how to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth, China is working to deliver it
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The fate of journalism has never been on thinner ice, yet sees hope in new models like | New on the
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The should serve as a reminder that an arc of Asian countries – from the Maldives to the Philippines – are now host to a growing number of Wahhabist extremist groups, warns
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Last April, Mark Zuckerberg suited up and apologized for the way has wreaked havoc on the world. What has changed in the year since? joins our with to discuss
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. urges countries to look beyond commodities like mosquito nets to build long-term resilience to malaria
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Algeria is lagging politically and economically far behind some of its immediate neighbors, says
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Over the past decade, the American religious right has spent $50M to influence EU politics, says of
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. of explains why the US health-care system favors more expensive drugs
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David Ben-Gurion would not recognize the Israel of Binyamin Netanyahu, writes
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Giving the Algerian and Sudanese armies too much power would have economic as well as political costs |
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Is Europe moving from mainstream to fringe? No, says of . It's much more complicated
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As major international partners continue to advance a commodity-based approach to fighting , African governments and other partners should be pursuing a long-term strategy focused on building resilience, argues
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As if Russian interference and unaccountable social media platforms weren't bad enough, now Europeans also have to worry about "dark money" from the American religious right | of
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The US prescription drug-pricing system is secretive and opaque, and pharmaceutical firms would prefer it to stay that way, says of
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Algeria's population is young, but its leaders have been around for almost 60 years |
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.'s trade war is impeding the competition among free economic agents that makes trade beneficial
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The Mueller report's cautious, methodical, and relentless approach is the source of its power, says
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In Game of Thrones parlance, Europe is divided between Starks, Sparrows, Unsullied, and Wildings, says
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