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  • 4 weeks ago

    In India, north-south divide grows more dangerous — Mihir Sharma

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    Russia’s Telegram ban is about business first — Leonid Bershidsky

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    Ousting King Mark from Facebook would be hard — Justin Fox

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    Why Zuckerberg is winning the Facebook hearings — Shira Ovide

    APRIL 11 — Mark Zuckerberg did just fine in his first turn in the Congressional hot seat. He was confident. He capably tackled many of the queries proposed last...

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    China's strengths in trade spat are its weaknesses — Daniel Moss

    APRIL 10 — For the first time since the Opium Wars of the 19th century, China's borders and territory are unchallenged. No conflict frays the country's edges. This stability has...

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    MARCH 27 ― Facebook's true value resides in its 2.1 billion users, and investors need to worry about what happens if enough of them decide that free social media isn’t worth...

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    Trump’s new national security guru is himself — Hal Brands

    MARCH 24 — Donald Trump is becoming the president he always envisioned himself being — and that many of the foreign-policy hands who opposed his candidacy always feared. Some...