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THE AMERICAS BLOG
President Petraeus?
By Clayton Swisher on July 4th, 2010
It's not clear what miracles Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel can work for General Petraeus now that he's the top officer in...
The Argentina I saw in this World Cup
By Teresa Bo on July 3rd, 2010
Buenos Aires is in mourning. People are crying on the streets, sad faces almost everywhere. Argentina lost against  an extraordinary team....
Tears flow for oil
By John Terrett on July 3rd, 2010
In the United States it's the Fourth of July national holiday, commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence - America's...
THE ASIA BLOG
Eventful start for 'P Noy'
By Marga Ortigas on July 2nd, 2010
So the first two days under the much anticipated new government have come and gone, and what a start it’s been. Newly installed President...
Lessons learned on the road
By Melissa Chan on July 2nd, 2010
The David and Goliath story of Yang Youde, the farmer who decided to fight off land eviction teams with his homemade cannon, attracted our...
Watch what happens
By Marga Ortigas on June 30th, 2010
It's been said often enough to explain the many inexplicable events that take place here; "only in the Philippines!" But indeed, where else...
THE EUROPE BLOG
A bomb in Athens
By Barnaby Phillips on June 27th, 2010
That was no ordinary Athens bomb that went off at 8.30 pm last Thursday night.  The parcel, addressed to the minister of interior,...
Does McChrystal play for France?
By Nick Spicer on June 23rd, 2010
At the risk of insubordination: Is there not an eerie parallel between the travails of the French national football team and those of the United...
Is the media bringing down the euro?
By Barnaby Phillips on June 20th, 2010
Has the media exacerbated the eurozone crisis? Sitting in Athens, that is a question I've asked myself many times in recent months. Certainly...
THE AFRICA BLOG
A handy guide to Suarez and Maradona
By Paul Rhys on July 3rd, 2010
A lot is being said today about Luis Suarez's deliberate handball that denied Ghana a winning goal in the last seconds of their World Cup...
The Road to Rustenberg
By Rahul Pathak on July 1st, 2010
 The road to Rustenberg is one of your more entertaining drives in South Africa. Its one that's been used by fans from England, USA, New...
An open letter to Sepp Blatter
By Paul Rhys on June 28th, 2010
Dear Mr Blatter,With respect to your position as president of Fifa, football's world governing body, I wish to express my anger at your refusal...
President Petraeus?
The Argentina I saw in this World Cup
How to kill an economy
Tears flow for oil
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THE MIDDLE EAST BLOG
President Petraeus?
By Clayton Swisher on July 4th, 2010
It's not clear what miracles Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel can work for General Petraeus now that he's the top officer in...
How to kill an economy
By Nicole Johnston on July 3rd, 2010
First close down the borders and refuse to allow any exports out. Then ban the importing of any raw material for factories and businesses. Force...
Shalit is a long way from home
By Sherine Tadros on July 2nd, 2010
Thursday night’s speech was one of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s best performances yet. Standing at his podium, he...
THE BUSINESS BLOG
Britain's bet: boom or recession
By Abid Ali on June 22nd, 2010
George Osborne, Britain's finance minister, has delivered what appears to be one of the harshest budgets in the last 40 years. It had to be -...
Is the media bringing down the euro?
By Barnaby Phillips on June 20th, 2010
Has the media exacerbated the eurozone crisis? Sitting in Athens, that is a question I've asked myself many times in recent months. Certainly...
Dubai's property bubble without answers
By Dan Nolan on June 17th, 2010
When property prices rise sharply in a short period of time they call it a bubble. And bubbles eventually burst. So few could be surprised when...
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