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April 21 2014

From The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer Mon Apr 21 2014, 06:03:06

Qatar to cut 'one third' of World Cup stadiums

Qatar originally planned 12 stadiums for the 2022 World Cup. (Photo courtesy: Qatar 2022 Bid Committee)

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From Foreign Policy In Focus » Article Type » Focal Points Blog Mon Apr 21 2014, 06:00:38

It's time for the United States and Saudi Arabia to make a clean break.

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From Afrinnovator Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:51:15

This is my first article in more than 6 months, it also happens to be a unique one for two other reasons: firstly, I am writing from a personal perspective, unlike the ordinary subject-matter content I write, and  secondly,  the issues I raise here are the two key challenges I have identified in my experience [...]

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From NigeriansTalk Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:44:31

I do not like the allure of power. I am not carried away by the limitless reach of the presidency. My head does not swell when traditional rulers whose palaces[...]

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From The Lede Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:00:24

Reem Asaad, who led a campaign to require stores that sell products for women to hire female workers, is planning a book about her experiences and those of other Saudi women.

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From Project Syndicate RSS-Feed Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:00:00

US President Barack Obama is visiting Tokyo at a unique moment in Japan's history, with its economy moving onto a new growth path that will take advantage of its geographic position. Japan no longer considers itself the "Far" East, but rather the very center of the Pacific Rim, and a neighbor to the global economy's growth center.

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From Project Syndicate RSS-Feed Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:00:00

The Ukraine crisis should not be allowed to obscure the full range of challenges that the world faces. In fact, the standoff is more likely to be resolved constructively within a framework that seeks consensus on a broader agenda.

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From Project Syndicate RSS-Feed Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:00:00

Russia's annexation of Crimea and ongoing intimidation of Ukraine appears to mean the end of a 25-year period whose hallmark was an effort to bring Russia into greater alignment with Euro-Atlantic goals and traditions. Now the question is: What comes next?

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From Project Syndicate RSS-Feed Mon Apr 21 2014, 05:00:00

More than one-third of the world's population lives in just three countries: China, India, and Indonesia. With all three undergoing significant political transitions, this is a decisive moment in shaping the global economy's future.

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From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Mon Apr 21 2014, 04:20:20

On the first anniversary of the bomb attack that killed three and wounded more than 260 at the Boston Marathon, Monday's annual race has a close to record number of participants and tight security in a show of defiance over tragedy.

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