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Yoichi Funabashi, March 24, 2011

Calamity also offers a stricken Japan the possibility of a rebirth

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Farok J. Contractor, December 13, 2010

Pharmaceutical companies slice up R&D tasks and scour the globe for cost advantages

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Susan Froetschel, December 12, 2010

Global media unite humanity and show pitfalls of low-cost, high-risk mining

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Edward Gresser, December 7, 2010

Despite China’s mounting surplus, the US makes strides in growth with exports

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Johan Lagerkvist, December 5, 2010

China risks destabilization and its reputation by censoring growing ranks of internet users

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Bruce Judson, December 2, 2010

Popular Kindle and other ebook readers can store forbidden books and foil censors

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Clara Marina O’Donnell, November 20, 2010

Europe must organize its fragmented defense industry and coordinate regulations on sovereign wealth funds

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Jeffrey Wasserstrom, November 19, 2010

China’s attempt at gaining soft power is tripped up by clash over human rights

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David Dapice, November 17, 2010

China’s export engine, built with foreign investment and currency controls, now faces the music

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Michael Richardson, November 10, 2010

China’s chokehold prompts a search for new deposits of rare-earth materials and alternative technology that could avoid acute dependence

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