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  • 'Double dip' and deflation fears fuel another plunge in Treasury bond yields

     
    The economic pessimists are winning the argument in the U.S. Treasury bond market. Yields on Treasury issues have fallen across the board Monday to their lowest levels in more than a year as some investors continue to seek a haven.......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Byrd's death and financial reform. Wall Street hiring

     
    Banks win on international regulation. Just days after Congress finalized its financial reform bill, international financial leaders at the G-20 meeting in Toronto balked at imposing strong international limits on banks anytime soon. Byrd's death and...
  • TURKEY: Public censure for Israel amid reports of private overtures

     
    If you are confused about Turkey's current policy towards Israel, you are not alone. The former Israeli strategic partner continues to demand that Israel be held accountable for last month's deadly raid on a Gaza flotilla, even as reports emerge......
  • Brand X Files: Googling 'Christina Hendricks'? Roger Ebert hates 'Last Airbender,' more Gore-y details

     
    'Mad Men' actress Christina Hendricks tell Health magazine that she'd trade bodies with Jessica Alba: Laughs with reporter about unkind online comments and “Christina Hendricks’s cup size” being such a popular search term on Google. (Healt...
  • Social media wrap: The occasional wit and wisdom of Fred Thompson

     
    Former actor and GOP senator candidate brings some levity to the online political sphere....
  • Obama and Cameron appear to agree on everything, down to their neckties

     
    Full text. Barack Obama and David Cameron meet warmly in the Briton's first official White House visit as new prime minister....
  • Talking to Turkey, but Islam is listening

    Talking to Turkey, but Islam is listening
    "They say we are at war with Islam. This is the whispered line of the extremist who has nothing to offer in this battle of ideas but blame. ... We are not at war with Islam. But too often since 9/11, the extremists have defined us. ... When I am...
  • Making the world safe for multipolarity

    Making the world safe for multipolarity
    America's unipolar moment is over. Now, shaping a multipolar global order is the crucial, overarching foreign policy challenge for President-elect Barack Obama. In his Nov. 23 Times Op-Ed article, "Obama’s multipolar moment," A. Wess Mitchell...
  • Obama on foreign affairs

    Obama on foreign affairs
    The Bush administration's hubris and relentless disregard for our allies abroad shredded the fabric of multilateralism; it falls to President Obama to stitch it together again. The Bush years, defined by ultimatums and unilateral actions around the world,...
  • Meeting the neighbors

    Meeting the neighbors
    When President Obama attends the Summit of the Americas next week, he will encounter a wellspring of goodwill in Latin America toward the young leader who reminds so many there of their favorite American president, John F. Kennedy. And yet he will...
  • Stimulus left them cold at the G-20 summit

    Stimulus left them cold at the G-20 summit
    This week, President Obama found out how much harder it is to sell economic stimulus packages in Europe than it is in Washington. Obama went to the Group of 20 summit in London hoping to persuade leaders of the world's biggest economies to boost...