Topic: Financial Times Ltd.
Brazil President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva visits Tehran this weekend in what both Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and a senior US State Department official have characterized as the 'last chance' before a new round of sanctions on Iran.
05/14/2010 09:50 am
As the UN considers whether to impose more sanctions on Iran for its nuclear plans, China is a key player. China gets 11 percent of its oil from Iran, and sees a double standard in the US position toward Iran's nuclear program.
05/13/2010 12:29 pm
To his credit, Gordon Brown cut his teeth through left-wing activism. Nick Clegg and David Cameron were groomed as professional political managers, insulated from the people.
04/30/2010 10:10 am
China calls the Shanghai World Expo its 'Economic Olympics.' It is expected to attract 70 million visitors and cost $55 million. And yes, China has the biggest pavilion.
04/29/2010 04:22 pm
After weeks of Thai protests calling for the government to resign, the country's military chief and electoral commission weighed in.
04/13/2010 09:37 am
Both Greenspan and Bernanke have been flawed as Fed chairmen.
04/12/2010 12:38 pm
04/06/2010 06:30 pm
Economists in the US and UK are advocating losing strategies. Why not listen to economists in winning countries, like China and Germany?
04/01/2010 01:14 pm
03/28/2010 06:14 pm
The Greece bailout package agreed to by European leaders and the International Monetary Fund last week decreases the likelihood of a Greek government default. But the wrangling over the bailout -- and the steps that left Greece in a financial hole -- raise questions about the prospects for the stability of the euro.
03/28/2010 01:17 pm