Moscow to seize grain export controls
July 31, 2008, No Comments

July 31, 2008 (FT) Russia plans to form a state grain trading company to control up to half of the country’s cereal ex ...

Zimbabwe must fight for itself, David Jones
July 31, 2008, 1 Comment

Zimbabwe Must Fight for Itself David Jones, Citizen Special It is time to tell some truth — cruel truth. Words, ev ...

U.S. Presidential Campaign: Issues – Trade & Tariffs
July 31, 2008, No Comments

Taxing the Poor Edward Gresser (Foreign Affairs) … most imports arrive not under FTAs but through the permanent ta ...

Nasa reaches 50
July 31, 2008, No Comments

Nasa reaches 50 with pioneer spirit lost By Clive Cookson Media commentary on the 50th anniversary (dated either to July ...

Wednesday Night #1378
July 30, 2008, 3 Comments

See photos and more Starting this Wednesday Night on a different note (!), our very special diva, Susanna Eyton-Jones, a ...

Canada: Policy toward China
July 30, 2008, No Comments

July 30 Canada’s forestry industry is missing the boat on China Jason (Guangyu) Wang, Canadian International Counc ...

China's top-down science communication fails its people
July 28, 2008, No Comments

China’s missed understanding Scientists, not government, should lead efforts to explain the benefits and risks of ...

Union for the Mediterranean
July 28, 2008, No Comments

Two and a Half Cheers for the Mediterranean Union by Chris Patten (Project Syndicate) Maybe it is time to be a bit more ...

Electoral college votes
July 28, 2008, No Comments

Pollster.com has at the top of its front page a chart suggesting that the presidential election is all but over. The pub ...

Can Business Evolve In A Green World?
July 27, 2008, 1 Comment

July 27 Thomas Friedman What would happen if you cross-bred J. R. Ewing of “Dallas” and Carl Pope, the head of the S ...