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    Trade, Not Aid, Could Protect 100,000 Children in Africa

    President Obama’s proposed 2015 budget continues to put aside money for malaria prevention worldwide in the battle to help the 3 billion people at risk from the disease. Much of this money goes to sub-Saharan Africa, which accounts for 90 percent of all fatalities from Malaria. However, with responsible economic … More

    Low-Income or Filthy Rich, Cyprus Residents to Have Bank Accounts Raided

    The Republic of Cyprus has agreed to a eurozone bailout that will raid the bank accounts of Cyprus residents. In July 2012, the Republic of Cyprus became the fifth eurozone member to request a bailout. Eight months later, Cyprus has agreed to a €10 billion ($13 billion) bailout package with … More

    U.S. and EU Should Take a Firm Stand for Rule of Law in Latin America

    In 2011, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez organized the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in 2011 specifically to serve as a regional body that excludes the U.S. and Canada—one that might someday supplant the Organization of American States (OAS). News that the next Latin leader to assume CELAC’s … More

    No Fair Play In Microsoft's Complaint Against Google

    Microsoft has filed a complaint with the European Commission (EC) alleging unfair business practices by Google. The EC is the very same government body that hounded Microsoft for years on antitrust allegations, culminating in the company’s loss of intellectual property and billions of dollars in fines. That Microsoft now seeks … More

    On U.S.-Bound Cargo, Europeans Understand What Congress Doesn't

    Yesterday, the European Commission published a paper which looked at the U.S. mandate requiring scanning of 100 percent of the U.S. bound cargo containers. The July 1, 2012, deadline for implementation is drawing nearer, and U.S. trading partners are beginning to get engaged. The conclusion of the report – that … More

    American Confusion, European Disunion

    President Obama’s decision to skip the annual U.S.-EU summit in Europe, May 24-25, has not endeared him to some Europeans; many of whom once again feel spurned by the man they have so greatly admired, and whose election they so ardently wished for. As reported by The New York Times, … More