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The Economic Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte
A new biopic fails to capture Napoleon’s historical significance.
Will the World’s Biggest Emitters Finally Play Nice at COP28?
It’s time to stop fighting totemic battles that suck the energy out of the climate room.
Why Silicon Valley Loves the Techno-Optimist Manifesto
Written by the entrepreneur Marc Andreessen, the essay is a paean to technology and capitalism.
The Biden-Xi Meeting: Did the White House Get More Than It Gave?
How Washington traded a high-profile meeting for real commitments from Beijing.
Is the United Nations Worth the Price?
The world body isn’t perfect—but you get what you pay for.
Will There Be a Wider War in the Middle East?
How Lebanon, Iran, Egypt, Qatar, and other countries in the region are watching Israel’s war on Hamas.
Ehud Barak on Israel’s Next Steps
The former Israeli army chief and prime minister says: “We will probably lose the support of public opinion in many parts of the free world.”
The U.S. Budget Deficit Has Rocketed. Does It Matter?
Germany and Britain have lower shortfalls, but their economies aren’t better off.
Fiona Hill: Ukraine’s Fate Now Linked to the Middle East’s
The former White House Russia expert on Biden’s speech linking the two wars—and how Putin might cash in.
Why China’s Economy Is at a Turning Point
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