Article of the Day: The Last Valls

The Last Valls This article from the Economist is honestly the best I’ve read at explaining the current problems facing France, and the challenges for the reform-minded Prime Minister Manuel Valls.  There are too many problems in France to simply list here but its clear that Valls has his work cut out for him. The biggest problem […]

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Article of the day: A New Deal: Modi’s visit to the US has set the stage for a reset of Indo-US ties based on realism

A New Deal: Modi’s visit to the US has set the stage for a reset of Indo-US ties based on realism This article takes an interesting look at the depth of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States.  The Prime Minister made very public appearances at Madison Square Garden or at the Global […]

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Article of the day: Emmanuel Macron, Face of France’s New Socialism

Emmanuel Macron, Face of France’s New Socialism The New York Times ran a piece today about the new French Minister of the Economy Emmanuel Macron.  Praising the Minister for his youth and vitality, this piece underlined the differences between Macron and traditional socialists.  Despite this apparent break, Macron still very much symbolizes what’s wrong with […]

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Article of the Day: Bill Clinton plays savior for Arkansas Democrats

Bill Clinton plays savior for Arkansas Democrats CNN published a very interesting article (no it’s not about a baby bump or other mindless gossip) on the role Bill Clinton is playing in the American mid-term elections.  I generally try to stay away from American politics, mostly because it doesn’t interest me, but also because the […]

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Article of the Day: John Redwood, the EU and some friendly advice for business

John Redwood, the EU and some friendly advice for business I love the tories.  Rather, I love to criticize the tories.  Although I don’t doubt their prowess in fixing Britain’s economy (I’m dying to have that kind of recovery in France), their disjointed rhetoric on EU membership is downright shocking.  This article perfectly exposes the […]

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Article of the day: “Everything must change in Italy” an interview with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

“Everything must change in Italy” an interview with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi It’s no secret that I have a deep admiration for Italy’s effervescent Prime Minister.  Partly, I wish the French left had the same energy and reformist zeal that Renzi clearly exudes.  Although Manuel Valls is trying his best to emulate Renzi, he […]

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Article of the Day: What It’s like to Fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class

What It’s like to Fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class As I mentioned earlier, this series is going to be eclectic.  Anyone who knows me can attest to the fact that I love planes.  No, seriously, I LOOOOOVVVEEEE planes.  I geek out over the smallest things and usually arrive at airports a tad early […]

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