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Military Aid Cannot Be Unconditional

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Please Take the Threat of a Fiscal Breakdown Seriously

The latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office repeat a warning made many times before: The trajectory of US government borrowing is...

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Bloomberg

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Japan Could Be America’s New Special Relationship

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is rightly being feted in Washington this week as leader of America’s closest ally in Asia. But Japan is...

10.04.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Government Incompetence Is Keeping Kids Out of College

President Joe Biden’s botched rollout of a revamped financial aid form reveals a stunning lack of managerial competence. It has left colleges unable...

09.04.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Don’t Let Afghanistan Become a Terror Haven Again

Ever since the Biden administration’s bungled withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, US planners have worried militant groups might again use the...

08.04.2024 30

Bloomberg

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Help Ukraine Hold the Line

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06.04.2024 10

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The World’s Digital Backbone Needs Defending

Ever since the US Navy slashed telegraph links between Spain and Cuba during the Spanish-American War, countries have appreciated the strategic value...

05.04.2024 20

Bloomberg

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Legal Marijuana Is Making Roads Deadlier

Marijuana legalization is killing a lot of people. Not slowly — though some studies suggest that it may be doing that, too — but quickly, in car...

04.04.2024 6

Bloomberg

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Yet Another Troubled Bank, Still the Same Lesson

You might not have heard of Pfandbriefbank. Yet the small German mortgage lender offers a valuable cautionary tale about how global crises happen, and...

03.04.2024 6

Bloomberg

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Health Care Is Still Too Costly for Americans

America’s approach to health care is an outlier among the world’s rich countries, and not in a good way. Extraordinarily complex and hideously...

02.04.2024 2

Bloomberg

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The US Still Owes a Debt to Its Afghan Allies

Amid the US’s 20-year war against the Taliban, Afghans who feared retribution for aiding US troops were promised refuge in America, as long as they...

01.04.2024 7

Bloomberg

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The Persistent Threat to Abortion Rights

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30.03.2024 50

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Gavin Newsom's Minimum-Wage Law Is Half-Baked

On April 1, California’s new law setting minimum wages for fast-food workers goes into effect. It’s a bewildering measure in several respects and,...

28.03.2024 40

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Vladimir Putin's Biggest Weapon Is Western Fear

For more than two years, Vladimir Putin’s bluster, blame and threats of escalation have been driven by a singular goal: deterring and discouraging...

27.03.2024 3

Bloomberg

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Accountants Can Use the Help That AI Provides

From computers to data analytics, technology has helped accountants be more accurate and productive. Now — just as businesses bemoan a lack of...

26.03.2024 10

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Banks’ New Trick Won’t Make Their Risks Disappear

One big reason the global financial system nearly collapsed in 2008 was that banks had shifted risks into the shadows, relying on insurance-like...

25.03.2024 6

Bloomberg

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Another Budget Fudge, Another Opportunity Wasted

Congress’ monthslong budget fight seems likely to culminate soon. Lawmakers overwhelmingly passed a package of bills in early March to fund key...

22.03.2024 3

Bloomberg

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Jailed in Putin’s Russia for Speaking the Truth

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22.03.2024 40

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NATO Must Boost Its Defense of the Baltics

Having won a sham election last weekend, Russian President Vladimir Putin has resumed warning the West that it risks a direct conflict with Russia...

21.03.2024 10

Bloomberg

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A Bump-Stock Ban Is Common Sense

A semiautomatic rifle equipped with a “bump stock” can fire at a rate of up to 800 rounds a minute. Does that make it a machine gun? Joe Biden and...

20.03.2024 10

Bloomberg

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TikTok Should Sell While It Still Can

TikTok — the Chinese-owned video-sharing app that is, not incidentally, banned in China — is once again in Congress’s crosshairs. It should be...

19.03.2024 5

Bloomberg

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Biden’s Budget Arithmetic Doesn’t Add Up

President Joe Biden’s new budget isn’t going anywhere. Policy for the current fiscal year is in disarray, to say nothing of the one that starts...

18.03.2024 9

Bloomberg

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SEC’s Climate Compromise Deserves Support

Investors want to understand the risks and costs that companies face as they adapt to climate change. A new Securities and Exchange Commission rule...

15.03.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Grade Inflation Is Making Learning Loss Worse

Recent test results confirm a dispiriting reality: America’s students continue to lag far behind their peers around the world, and millions are...

14.03.2024 6

Bloomberg

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UK Leaders Are Still Avoiding Hard Budget Choices

The UK economy may be growing again, if slowly. But as they head toward a general election, both of Britain’s main political parties are promising...

13.03.2024 6

Bloomberg

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The Pentagon Needs an Arsenal of Allies

The wars in Ukraine and the Middle East have strained US weapons stockpiles and raised alarm about the state of the country’s defense-industrial...

12.03.2024 10

Bloomberg

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The US Needs More Legal Immigration, Not Less

Over the past three years, the surge of unauthorized immigrants crossing the southern border has overwhelmed local communities, strained the resources...

11.03.2024 2

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The Death of the WTO Now Looks Inevitable

At one point, last week’s 13th biennial conference of the World Trade Organization looked as though it might be the last. Talks dragged fruitlessly...

08.03.2024 8

Bloomberg

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An IVF Compromise Isn’t Out of Reach

Belatedly, Alabama lawmakers have passed a bill protecting access to in vitro fertilization. The measure came two weeks after the state Supreme Court...

06.03.2024 7

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Trump’s Conquest of the Republican Party Matters to Every American

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06.03.2024 300

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Public Pensions Should Be Safe, Not Levered Up

America’s public pension funds have gotten themselves into a bind. They’re responsible for paying trillions of dollars in future retirement...

05.03.2024 2

Bloomberg

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NYCB Woes Offer Lessons Beyond Real Estate

When banks get into trouble, it often comes as a shock. Then the problems seem obvious in hindsight — if only managers and supervisors had been...

04.03.2024 20

Bloomberg

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Space Defense Must Look Beyond Russia’s Nuke Threat

It sounds like a Bond villain’s experiment: As Bloomberg News reported last week, Russia may soon station a nuclear weapon in orbit, aiming to hold...

01.03.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Europe Can Do More to Arm Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron caught many by surprise this week when he suggested sending ground troops to Ukraine. That’s unlikely to happen,...

29.02.2024 9

Bloomberg

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Don’t Leave America’s Pacific Island Allies Stranded

With lawmakers continuing to wrangle over a $95 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan, little attention has been paid to the possible...

28.02.2024 7

Bloomberg

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Trump’s Outbursts Weaken NATO and Harm the US

Perhaps inevitably, the 2024 presidential campaign is quickly becoming a clash of first principles, one that will require repeating basic facts about...

26.02.2024 7

Bloomberg

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A U.S. Call for a Humanitarian Cease-Fire in Gaza

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24.02.2024 50

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Propping Up Failing Schools Doesn’t Help Students

Four years since the Covid pandemic began, many US school districts are hurtling toward a fiscal crisis. An exodus of students and the pending...

20.02.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Germans Need Hope. Their Leaders Had Better Deliver.

Germany’s leaders are suffering the worst crisis of confidence in decades. The right response is both obvious and daunting to achieve: Give people a...

19.02.2024 10

Bloomberg

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The Fed Has the Tools to Stop Bank Runs

As New York Community Bancorp Inc. scrambles to shore up its capital to deal with potential loan losses, analysts are watching to see if depositors...

15.02.2024 8

Bloomberg

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Biden Shouldn’t Give Up on Border Security

The glimmer of hope that Congress might pass a bipartisan border-security bill has been extinguished, at least for now. In killing immigration reforms...

13.02.2024 7

Bloomberg

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No More Legal Games for Donald Trump

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11.02.2024 100

The New York Times

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The Challenges of an Aging President

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10.02.2024 90

The New York Times

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New Rules Will Force SPACs to Sober Up

Special purpose acquisition companies have for too long existed in a regulatory gray area. With new rules approved last month, the Securities and...

09.02.2024 7

Bloomberg

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The EU Needs a Better Response to Viktor Orban

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s agreement to lift his hold on €50 billion of financial support for Ukraine marks an important victory for...

08.02.2024 10

Bloomberg

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Biden’s LNG Move Is a Failure Three Times Over

President Joe Biden’s Department of Energy has halted pending approvals of exports of liquefied natural gas while it studies the economic and...

07.02.2024 3

Bloomberg

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UK Post Office's Software Was Flawed. Humans Made It Worse

As digital-age allegories go, it’s hard to beat Britain’s Post Office scandal. To recap, thousands of Post Office branch managers were falsely...

05.02.2024 20

Bloomberg

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Time to Lower the Temperature on the Korean Peninsula

The world is hardly unaccustomed to North Korea’s dangerous provocations and boasts of menacing new weaponry. Yet even some longtime observers of...

02.02.2024 2

Bloomberg

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Ban TikTok in School? Get Rid of Phones Instead

In response to the inordinate amount of time young Americans spend online, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is pushing to curb students’ access to...

01.02.2024 3

Bloomberg

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Editorial: Remove the coverings: Native American history should not go into hiding

If you stop by Chicago’s Field Museum and visit the exhibits featuring the native peoples of the Northwest Coast and Arctic, as well as those of the...

01.02.2024 7

Chicago Tribune

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