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Europe’s Malaise: The New Normal?

By George Friedman, Stratfor, Russia and Ukraine continue to confront each other along their border. Iraq has splintered, leading to [...]

Putin is Grinning – The Deal of the Century

By:Lew Rockwell    Eric Margolis writes: GENEVA – Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin usually wears a perfect poker face. But last [...]

Most maps are lying to you about how big Africa really is (it’s really big)

By Baindu Kallon, Global Post, The True Size of Africa by Kai Krause Ever notice how huge Greenland looks on [...]

California, New York Lead States With Immigrant Populations

By Douglas A. McIntyre  There were 40.7 million immigrants living in the United States in 2012. Of these, 11.7 million were [...]

This map shows why we must save rain forests to stop climate change

By Simeon Tegel, Global Post, Carbon geography of Peru. See further samples below. For the complete report, click here. (Courtesy [...]

Your 5-Step Medical Tourism Checklist

Why Is U.S. Health Care So Much More Expensive? Jud Anglin After years of research and many conversations with health [...]

Innovation, American Entrepreneurs and the New Job Agenda

  American ingenuity. It’s the stuff of lore and legend, and it’s what drives the global economy. We literally bank [...]

These maps show from where the US and the EU import all their fuel

By Simran Khosla, Global Post, Using data from the World Trade Organization we created these maps to show which foreign [...]

3 Tips for Opening a Foreign Brokerage Account – and Why You Need One

By Jeff Opdyke, International Living, The old notion that “when America sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold” [...]

Happy Workers, Richer Companies?

By Derek Thompson, The Atlantic, There is a free lunch in economics, after all. Companies with perks like complimentary meals clearly [...]

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