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Hong Kong still tops Heritage/Wall Street Journal Index, but Singapore closes in; Rwanda earns "Most Improved" WASHINGTON, Jan.
By Kinchy, Abby J Kleinman, Daniel Lee; Autry, Robyn ABSTRACT This study challenges the assumption that abstract "globalization" forces are driving transformations in the relationships between states and markets.
By Lawson, Neal There is a paradox at the centre of modern politics, and the Labour Party must grasp it, writes NealLawson As the new Labour project comes to a shuddering halt, attempts by the Blairites to revive it throw into stark relief two contrasting possible directions for the the Labour Party.
By William Schomberg and Boris Groendahl VIENNA (Reuters) - The leftist presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia resisted calls by European and fellow Latin American leaders on Friday to soften their hard-line policies on foreign investment, energy and trade.
By William Schomberg and Boris Groendahl VIENNA (Reuters) - The leftist presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia confronted European and Latin American leaders with their brand of socialism on Friday, claiming a new era had dawned on their continent.
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