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A WORLD OF NEWS AND PERSPECTIVE
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
POST-SOVIET INDEPENDENCE
Free of Soviet Occupation, Georgia, Ukraine Still Quite Occupied With Big Neighbor
COLOMBIA'S FTA SAGA
Colombia Reaches Crossroads With Free Trade Agreement
WATCHING AND WAITING
Colombia, Panama, South Korea Hold Out Hope for Elusive FTAs
PROMISE OF PARP
Enzyme Inhibitor Offers Exciting New Option in Ovarian Cancer Treatment
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Colombia Reaches Crossroads
With Free Trade Agreement
Gabriel Silva Luján says the skepticism over the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement is only natural "because we have been waiting for five years." The real question is how much longer are Colombians willing to wait? Read More
People of World Influence
Slashing Global Poverty
By Scrutinizing the Rich
Nancy Birdsall, co-founder of the Center for Global Development, wants to help poor nations by helping wealthy ones figure out what works and what doesn't in international development. Read More
International Affairs
Georgia's 'Force of Nature'
Blows Into Washington
Temuri Yakobashvili, Georgia's new ambassador, has been praised for his tough-talking boldness, which he'll need in abundance to help Tbilisi fulfill its equally bold ambitions to fully join the West. Read More
International Affairs
Ukraine Marks Its Independence,
But Critics Say It's Backsliding
Outsiders often wonder whether Ukraine will veer toward Russia or the West, but the country's ambassador, Olexander Motsyk, says that's an oversimplified view that obscures a more practical reality. Read More
Economics
Colombia, Panama, South Korea
Hold Out Hope for Elusive FTAs
After years of fits and starts, it's make-or-break time — yet again — for Washington's far-reaching but long-delayed free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama. Read More
Diplomacy
Innovating Public Diplomacy
For a New Digital World
Public diplomacy is undergoing a seismic shift as the State Department taps Sillicon Valley expertise to develop high-tech tools to stay relevant in a rapidly innovating world. Read More
Book Review
Book Examines How Eliasson
Navigated Minefield of Mediation
Swedish Diplomat Jan Eliasson details the do's and don'ts of international mediation in "The Go-Between." Read More
Law
Legal Battle over Campus Protest
Raises Questions of Free Speech
They are known as the Irvine 11 — a group of Muslim students in California whose misdemeanor trial for disturbing the peace has raised disturbing questions about Islamophobia in a post-9/11 America. Read More
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