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Japanese Subs Still the Best Deal for Australia

Arthur Herman

Australia's long-awaited decision to buy up to 12 Soryu-class submarines from Japan has struck another problem: Labor unions are pressuring Prime Mini...

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Iran Nuclear Talks – Victory for Tehran?

Michael Doran

Monday night’s extension of talks to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions is being viewed in Washington foreign policy circles as a victory for Tehran. ...

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When the Going Gets Tough, China Cuts Rates

John Lee

The 40-basis point cut in the one-year benchmark lending rate by the People’s Bank of China last Friday caught the world by surprise. It has also o...

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Why China Will Not Become the Dominant Power in Asia

Paul Dibb & John Lee

The belief that China will soon become the dominant power in Asia is based on assumptions that its continued and rapid economic rise, and its emergenc...

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Both More and No More: The Historical Split between Charity and Philanthropy

Benjamin Soskis

In the urtext of modern philanthropy, “The Gospel of Wealth (1889),” Andrew Carnegie set out to instruct his peers on the proper means of disposin...

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