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The Poisonous 'Cure' in the Gulf

March 22nd, 2014
in Op Ed, syndication

Written by

In 2011 BP finally caped its Macondo oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. This was America's worst environmental disaster. National media moves on, but the disaster continues.

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India's Vocational Education and Training Challenge

March 22nd, 2014
in Op Ed

by John West, Asian Century Institute

India, and countries like China and Vietnam, face enormous vocational education and training (VET) challenges. They are looking for lessons and inspiration from VET systems in Germany and elsewhere. What are the issues and possible solutions?

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Ukraine Crisis Created to Force Europe to Buy USA Shale Gas

March 21st, 2014
in Op Ed

by LEAP/Europe 2020, Leap2020.eu

When, in November 2013, Russia asked the EU for tripartite negotiations on the Ukraine’s free trade agreements with its two neighbours in order to find areas of common ground for all parties directly concerned (1), what was at stake was stability, integrity and independence for the Ukraine and that it should remain as the natural link between Europe and Russia.

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This Week in Doom

March 21st, 2014
in Op Ed

by Surly1, Doomstead Diner

It is Nixon himself who represents that dark, venal and incurably violent side of the American character that almost every country in the world has learned to fear and despise. . .  He speaks for the Werewolf in us; the bully, the predatory shyster who turns into something unspeakable, full of claws and bleeding string-warts on nights when the moon comes too close…”

― Hunter S. Thompson

Nixon may be gone, but that “dark, venal and incurably violent side of the American character” still remains alive and well, and is currently driving American foreign-policy.

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Delusions About the Origin of an Economic Recovery

March 21st, 2014
in Op Ed

by Greg Canavan, Daily Reckoning

As the dust settles in the iron ore and copper markets let's take a step back and assess the damage.

Both metals are heavily involved in China's credit bubble. That is, traders, speculators and whoever else wanted in on the action would effectively 'monetize' their copper/iron ore holdings and then speculate with the proceeds.

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