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Globalization Faces Challenges

Globalization Faces Challenges

Those countries that embrace free trade with new technologies stand to reap great rewards. Those who do not, and revert to trade protectionism, could experience economic recession and monetary adversity accompanied by serious social and financial upheaval.

A Well-Bred Doormat: The United States of America?

Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton, referring to Barack Obama and his foreign/defense policy: "He's not only the most radical President in history domestically; he is the first President, Republican or Democrat, at least since...

Kofi Annan and the United Nations

Kofi Annan is in deep trouble.The aura of invincibility that has surrounded Annan in his six-year tenure as United Nations secretary general has been shattered, and it is increasingly likely that he will go in the next six to 12 months. The man who...

Kofi Annan Should Step Down From the United Nations

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's latest interview with British television, in which he dismissed the serious allegations of Oil-for-Food improprieties raised in the Duelfer Report, undermines his credibility and impartiality with regard to the...

United Nations Wages War on Capitalism

As if our nation's free-market ideal isn't damaged enough -- witness, if you will, the generally lengthy permitting process for businesses and the prevalence of zoning laws, environmental mandates, eminent domain abuses and hefty tax burdens that...

Bush to United: Fly Smarter

"Let me tell you a secret," said former Vice President Al Gore recently, President Bush is a "moral coward." Moral coward? Why the latest attack? Well, Gore accused the president of an unwillingness "to stand up and say 'no.' . . . He will not...

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