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Epiphanies from Kevin Rudd

The Chinese love to say that their country is a difficult place for outsiders to understand. Kevin Rudd, who has spent a lifetime studying China, ...

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Epiphanies from Leon Panetta

After a Zelig-like four decades in Washington -- from Congress to the White House, from Langley to the Pentagon -- Leon Panetta is finally back ...

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Epiphanies from Frank Gehry

Ask someone to name a living architect, and it's a good bet the first name you'll hear is Frank Gehry's. The Canadian-born, California-based Pritzker Prize ...

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Epiphanies from Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson has been called many things: a visionary, a pioneer of the Internet economy, a proselytizer of DIY 2.0. But it's probably more apt ...

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Epiphanies from Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

It was hardly the best of circumstances for an interview when Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala sat down with Foreign Policy in Washington, D.C., recently. In addition to ...

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Epiphanies from Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy, the globe-trotting, chisel-jawed French intellectual known universally by his initials, BHL, is a fixture on the Left Bank salon circuit, where political philosophers ...

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Epiphanies from Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Nassim Nicholas Taleb has made a career of going against the grain, and he has been successful enough that the title of his book The ...

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Epiphanies from Salman Rushdie

Nearly 25 years after The Satanic Verses, the controversial novel that inspired an Iranian fatwa against his life and forced his family into a decade ...

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Epiphanies from C. Fred Bergsten

If there's an éminence grise in the world of international political economics, it's C. Fred Bergsten. In fact, he pretty much coined the term. After ...

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Epiphanies from Abdullah Gul

As the first openly devout president of Turkey, Abdullah Gul believes his country can be a model for the new wave of Islamic democracies sprouting ...

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