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April 6, 2012

Is Africa the Next Asia?
April 06, 2012

Is Africa the Next Asia?

Africa was once dismissed by some as the “hopeless continent.” But healthy economic growth has had some nations’ leaders looking east for inspiration.

Tackling Bioterrorism
April 06, 2012

Tackling Bioterrorism

Preparing for bioterrorism requires concerted national and international effort. Not everyone seems on board.

April 06, 2012

Zardari, Singh to Meet

Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari is set to hold an informal meeting with Manmohan Singh on Sunday.

Bahrain Grand Prix Debate Flares
April 06, 2012

Bahrain Grand Prix Debate Flares

A poll in Formula One magazine poll reflects general concern about holding a Grand Prix in Bahrain this month.

April 06, 2012

Burma’s Misguided Drug War

Keen to impress the West and get sanctions lifted, Burma is cracking down on opium production. But hundreds of thousands may be left in poverty.

Burma’s Election Revelations
April 06, 2012

Burma’s Election Revelations

Aung San Suu Kyi and her party were expected to do well. What’s surprising is that they were allowed to.

Burma’s Election Revelations
April 06, 2012

Burma’s Election Revelations

Aung San Suu Kyi and her party were expected to do well. What’s surprising is that they were allowed to.

How to Avoid Disaster With Iran
April 06, 2012

How to Avoid Disaster With Iran

If the West wants to turn the screws on Iran’s regime it must do more to ensure that it isn’t hurting the Iranian people.

Fashionable Pollution in China
April 06, 2012

Fashionable Pollution in China

The issue of sweatshops in Asia grabs the headlines. But one problem is following clothes to consumers.

India’s Libya Shame Will Haunt It
April 06, 2012

India’s Libya Shame Will Haunt It

India’s decision to abstain in a U.N. vote over Libya this time last year has hurt the country’s moral standing. Why vote against democracy?

China’s Economy After the Crisis
April 06, 2012

China’s Economy After the Crisis

That China’s economy is unbalanced is widely recognized. So why aren’t its policy makers doing more to fix it?

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