Winners & Losers
Winners Shinzo Abe: Koizumi’s likely successor ratchets up his rhetoric on North Korea and the Japanese public laps it up. Missile defense contractors: Even NATO is warming to the idea of a defense shield after the North Korea tests. Ambulance chasers: Big Tobacco may have saved $145 billion thanks to the Florida Supreme Court this ...
Missile defense contractors: Even NATO is warming to the idea of a defense shield after the North Korea tests.
Ambulance chasers: Big Tobacco may have saved $145 billion thanks to the Florida Supreme Court this week, but the ruling still allows individual smokers to sue for damages.
U.S.-Canada relationship: Canadian PM Harper visits DC, fresh on the heels of a long-disputed accord on softwood lumber exports.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador: From political phenom to sore loser?
Silvio Berlusconi: Former Italian PM will stand trial for fraud.
Free trade: The Doha Round is failing and no one seems to care.
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