Διεθνής τύπος (αγορές & οικονομία)

 

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Waiting In Vain For Our Economic Godot – Lawrence Mead, The American
I Just Opened My Last Unemployment Check – John Marshall, The Atlantic
Demographics: Is the U.S. Going European? – Joel Kotkin, Forbes
Echoes Of Lehman … But Bigger Consequences – Cyrus Sanati, Fortune
Market Volatility Burning Smart-Money Players – Edward Krudy, Reuters
Decoding The Market’s Mixed Signals – Jack Hough, SmartMoney
ETFs Are a Parasitic Scourge on the Markets – Jim Cramer, TheStreet
Wall Street Wreaks Havoc In Oil Market – Bernie Sanders, Washington Post
Has John Paulson Lost His Touch? – Kelly Bit, Bloomberg BusinessWeek
10 Stocks That Are Cheaper Than You Think – Rick Munarriz, Daily  

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Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

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The EU Faces a Crisis of Legitimacy – Simon Jenkins, The Guardian
Israel Should Back a Palestinian State – Philip Stephens, Financial Times
The Palestinians’ Illegitimate UN Gambit – Gov. Rick Perry, Jerusalem Post
The Man Who Could Trigger a World War – David Warren, Ottawa Citizen
A Murderous Peace Looms in Libya – Praveen Swami, The Hindu
Gaddafi’s Overthrow Gives China Pause – John Garnaut, Sydney Mng Hld
MeK, Iran & the War for Washington – Raymond Tanter, National Interest
Another Banking Crisis Looming in Europe? – Robert Samuelson, Wash Post
Europe’s Bond Reaches Breaking Point – Michael Burleigh, Daily Telegraph
Saudi Arabia’s Hypocritical U.S. Threat – David Keyes, The Daily Beast
Israel’s Gas Find May Fuel Mideast Tensions – Robin Mills, Foreign Policy
Disaster Remakes Japan’s Civil Society – Hironobu Shibuya, Japan Times
Turning Point on Korean Peninsula? – Aidan Foster-Carter, Asia Times
Moscow Struggles to Find a Mideast Policy – Jon Manthorpe, Vancouver Sun
U.S.-Russia Tunnel to Cross Bering Strait? – Peter Murray, Singularity Hub

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Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

America’s Secret Army at War – Priest & Arkin, Washington Post
Should We Worry About a War With China? – James Traub, Foreign Policy
Why Does the Mideast Buy 9/11 Conspiracies? – Eric Trager, TNR
Henry Kissinger’s China Syndrome – Gordon Chang, World Affairs Journal
Don’t Hold Elections (Yet) in Libya – Brancati & Snyder, Foreign Affairs
Iran Watches Syria With Alarm – Golnaz Esfandiari, Radio Free Europe
The Perilous Politics of Arming Taiwan – The Economist
Egypt’s Israel Problem – Yasmine El Rashidi, New York Review of Books
Time to Work With China’s Rise – Wenran Jiang, The Diplomat
How Will China Become Democratic? – Yawei Liu, East Asia Forum
Abandoning North Korea – Morton Abramowitz, The National Interest
Japan Needs a Creative Leader – Brad Glosserman, Japan Times
World’s Unemployed Youths Need Jobs – Gordon Brown, The Daily Beast
Abbot Can Lead Australia Abroad – Greg Sheridan, The Australian
Canadians Learn a Lesson From Layton – Andrew Coyne, Maclean’s

Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

CIA Shifts Focus From Capture to Kill – Miller & Tate, Washington Post
How the U.S. Military Adapted After 9/11 – Fred Kaplan, Slate
Big Questions China Must Answer – Robert Zoellick, Financial Times
What Israel Should Do About Egypt – Steven Cook, The Atlantic
Blame America for Japan’s Dysfunction – Todd Crowell, RealClearWorld
Qatar’s Al-Jazeera Challenge – Mohammed Oiri, Le Monde Diplomatique
Why Is China Silent? – Fyodor Lukyanov, Russia in Global Affairs
Why Can’t Syria’s Opposition Get Along? – Kate Seelye, Foreign Policy
Shaming the Arab Autocrats – Michael Young, NOW Lebanon
Palestinians Can’t Recognize a ‘Jewish’ State – Hassan Jabareen, Haaretz

Διεθνής τύπος (οικονομία)

The Global Economic Crisis Is Like a Marriage Gone Bad – Bill Gross, Pimco
Battle of Bond Kings–And Bill Gross Doesn’t Win – Herbert Lash, Reuters
Obama Is a Bad Economic President? It Is «Proved» – Louis Woodhill, Forbes
We Need More of Barack’s Economics – Anthony Mirhaydari, MSN Money
In AT&T Deal, DOJ Sides With Competition – Editorial, Los Angeles Times
AT&T Blocked: Case for Anti Trust Repeal – John Tamny, RealClearMarkets
Accounting Transparency May Distort Markets – Haresh Sapra, Bloomberg
4 Blue Chip Stocks Ripe for Valuable Spinoffs – Jeff Reeves, MarketWatch
Buffett and BofA: Both Infuriating and Scary – Jesse Eisinger, DealBook
The NLRB’s «Gift» Of Joblessness – Diana Furchtgott-Roth, RealClearMarkets
Social Security Worse than a Ponzi Scheme – Mike Tanner, National Review
How Billionaires Could Save the Country – Matt Miller, Washington Post
The Fatal Fiscal Flaws Of Democracy – George Bragues, National Post
Excessive CEO Pay & The Great Tax Dodge – Katrina vanden Heuvel, Nation

Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

Armed and Islamist in Libya – Omar Ashour, BBC News
A Global Crisis Convergence – George Magnus, Foreign Policy
Putin Plays for High Stakes in Oil Game – George Trefgarne, Telegraph
How U.S. and World Can Help Iraq – Ayad Allawi, Washington Post
Why Asia Can’t Live Like America – Chandran Nair, Yale Global
Beijing Wastes No Time With Noda – Michael Richardson, Japan Times
Secret of Israel’s Tech Success – Laurent Zecchini, Le Monde/Worldcrunch
Grand Old Peaceniks? – W. James Antle, American Conservative
Japan’s Revolving Door at the Top – Bruce Klinger, Los Angeles Times
Japan Needs an Arab Spring – William Pesek, JoongAng Daily
Is Industrial Power Still Linked to Security? – Matt Hill, The Interpreter
Why Europe Won’t Disintegrate – John Palmer, Eurozine
Iran Makes a U-Turn on Syria – Kaveh Afrasiabi, Asia Times

Διεθνής τύπος (οικονομία)

The Financial Crisis Was Born From 2000-2001 – Brian Domitrovic, Forbes
What Caused Crisis? Don’t Ask An Economist – Mark Thoma, Fiscal Times
Welcome To The Next Housing Mess – Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal
Beware of Gifts: Is 2nd Greek Bailout Imploding? – Michael Schuman, Time
A Second Credit Crash Is Totally Possible – Jon Markman, MarketWatch
Struggling With Today’s Great Contraction – Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Does the Fed Need to Ease Even More? – John Makin, RealClearMarkets
Tax Me More, the Wealthy of Europe Say – Julia Werdigier, New York Times
Paul Krugman Demands More From Hurricane Irene – Bill Frezza, Forbes
What Would Paul Krugman Do? – Jeremy Hammond, Foreign Policy Journal
Airlines v. Passengers: Can This Marriage Be Saved? – Thaler & Koval, LAT
How Much Lower Can Bond Yields Actually Go? – Michael Kahn, Barron’s
BofA Deal Is Why You Can’t Invest Like Buffett – Bethany McLean, Slate
Gold Proves We Still Can’t Identify a Bubble – Steven Davidoff, DealBook
Five Reasons the Price Of Gold Is Headed for $3,000 – Michael Brush, MSN

Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

Is the Second Greek Bailout Falling Apart? – Michael Schuman, Time
A Long, Global March With China – Wenran Jiang, Project Syndicate
U.S. Can Learn from China’s Finances – Frank Ching, China Post
Kurdish Problem to Erupt in Mideast – Mort Abramowitz, National Interest
Algeria Sends the West a Message – Robert Fisk, The Independent
Bin Laden’s Dead, But Is al-Qaeda Winning? – J.M. Berger, Foreign Policy
Corrupt India Shutting Out the World – K Shankar Bajpai, Times of India

RealClearWorld: Αυτά που διαβάστηκαν περισσότερο στα ξένα blogs

Monday, August 29

Libya and the Rise of the Berbers – Bruce Maddy-Weitzman, Pajamas Media
Triumph for Realism: Small-‘r’ or Big-‘R’? – Max Boot, Contentions
Is Hazare a Creature of the Media? – Sanjay Kumar, Indian Decade?
Is China’s Economy Built on Sand? – Peter Foster, Telegraph Blogs

Friday, August 26

China’s Military Modernization in Sheep’s Clothing – J.M., Banyan
World Faces an Oil-Constrained Future – Kevin Drum
Nukes and Dictator Survival – David Shorr, Democracy Arsenal
Time to Buy Beachfront in Tripoli – Tom Streithorst, Prospect Blog

Thursday, August 25

What Do We Know About Libya’s Rebels? – Greg Scoblete, The Compass
East Afghan War Shifts (Back) to the Border – Spencer Ackerman, Wired
Iran and al-Qaeda’s ‘Operations Chief’ – Thomas Joscelyn, The Blog
The Iranian Martyr State Myth – Matthew Duss, Middle East Channel

Διεθνής τύπος (εξωτερική πολιτική & διπλωματία)

How Tiny Qatar Won the Libya War – Lee Smith, Weekly Standard
Libya War Is a Vindication for ‘R2P’ – Stewart Patrick, Foreign Affairs
Egypt Stuck Between Military, Mosque – Malou Innocent, National Interest
Morocco’s King: Arab Spring Survivor – Dan Ephron, Newsweek
Hazare’s Battle Has Changed India – Dinesh Sharma, Asia Times
Winning Hearts and Minds in Tripoli – Steven Sotloff, Time
You Can Drop Democracy from a B-52 – Robert Halfon, Daily Mail
We Can Take Down More Tyrants – Janet Daley, Daily Telegraph
Cuba’s ‘Ladies in White’ – Mary Anastasia O’Grady, Wall Street Journal
Calderon Can’t Win Mexico’s Drug War – Malcolm Beith, Foreign Policy

Διεθνής τύπος

Gaddafi’s Spear Carriers – The Guardian
Libya Now Faces a Harder Task – Daily Star
In Nicaragua, Ortega Goes Capitalist – The Economist
South Korea Can Use Russian Pipeline For Leverage – Korea Times

West Should Rejoice at Gaddafi’s Fall – Charles Moore, Daily Telegraph
An Imperfect Triumph in Libya – Robert Kagan, Washington Post
Once Again, Europe’s Fate Hangs on Germany – Dan O’Brien, Irish Times
Anti-Semitism Runs Deep in Egypt – James Kirchick, Haaretz
Obama’s Post-Realist Turn in Libya – Nikolas Gvosdev, World Politics Review
Face It, U.S. Morals Appeal to French – Christopher Caldwell, FT
Mideast in Turmoil, Israel Debates Strategy – Ethan Bronner, NY Times
Why Saudi Arabia Is Very Afraid – Bruce Riedel, The National Interest
Globalizing the Insurgency in Somalia – Christopher Anzalone, Yale Global
Libya Gives Cameron a Case of the Blairs – Ron Liddle, Spectator
Terror Could Lead to War in Nigeria – Alex Thurston, Foreign Policy
Israel Turns Tables On Turkey – M K Bhadrakumar, Asia Times
U.S., the Mideast and the Oil Myth – Hussain Abdul-Hussain, NOW Lebanon
Germany’s Unhealthy Obsession With Islam – Rolf Schieder, Der Spiegel
A Nuclear Option for Karachi – Irfan Husain, Dawn

Διεθνής Τύπος

Freedom Could Make Sinai the New Somalia – Greg Sheridan, Australian
Will China Be Rome or Greece? – Richard Weitz, The Diplomat
Libyan Democracy? Yeah Right – Peter Worthington, National Post
NATO Is a Farce – Justin Logan, Washington Times
Al-Qaeda Is Stronger Than Ever – Michael Scheuer, The National Interest
Nicolas Sarkozy’s War – Nathalie Nougayrede, Le Monde/Worldcrunch
Rebuilding Libya a Daunting Task – Stefan Wolff, BBC News
Power Grabs Stall Iraq’s Progress – Reidar Visser, The National
Will Gaddafi’s Fall Go to Cameron’s Head – James Forsyth, Spectator
Egypt Tries to Calm Israel, Gaza – Gershom Gorenberg, American Prospect

Οικονομία – Διεθνής τύπος

Investors Rage Against the Market Machine – Todd Harrison, MarketWatch
Markets Go From Nightmare To Bad Dream – Vincent Reinhart, Bloomberg
Panic? 6 Stocks the Insiders Are Snapping Up – Michael Brush, MSN Money
Witb Rates Low, Bargain Days For Quality Stocks – Andrew Bary, Barron’s
Why Investors Are Being Unfair To Obama – Jeff Reeves, InvestorPlace.com
Did Obama’s Dog, Bo, Eat the Recovery? – Editorial, Investor’s Business Daily
Finally, Sensible Government Visa Policy – Gary Shapiro, RealClearMarkets
Tech Boom Deja Vu for San Francisco – Jessica Guynn/Maria LaGanga, LAT
From a Degraded Dollar To a Downgrade Of Debt – Richard Salsman, Forbes
Gov. Rick Perry’s Red-Hot Bernanke Slam – Larry Kudlow, National Review
Rick Perry Should Apologize to Ben Bernanke – Editorial, Washington Post
Buffett Seeks Higher Taxes On the Others – Editorial, Wall Street Journal
Will Health Care’s Lengthy Boom Go Bust? – Tom Miller, RealClearMarkets
Sunset Home Subsidies – Acharya, Richardson, Van Niewerburgh,White, NYT

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Εξωτερική πολιτική & Διπλωματία – Διεθνής τύπος

Why Israel Should Apologize to Turkey – Eran & Lindenstrauss, Jlem Post
Canada’s Bad Advice to America – Terence Corcoran, Financial Post
Petro-Canada Cozying Up to Syria – Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star
Britain Can Learn from Asian Conservatism – Sholto Byrnes, National
London’s Riots & Europe’s Security – Nikolas Gvosdev, World Politics Review
World Enraged Over Inequality – Branko Milanovic, Foreign Affairs
America Proves Currency Union Can Work – Stephen Mihm, Boston Globe
The Fall of the Other Berlin Wall – Fabio Fiallo, RealClearWorld
Somalia Is Starving for Stability – Nadifa Mohamed, NY Daily News
Pakistan’s Flood Victims Still Need Help – Ajay Chhibber, Washington Post
Testing the China-Peru Relationship – Margaret Myers, Miami Herald

Οικονομία – Διεθνής τύπος

The Computers Have Taken Over Wall Street – Ken Sweet, CNNMoney
EU’s Short-Sighted Shorting of Shorts – John Berlau, American Spectator
How Greenspan Painted Fed into a Corner – Barry Ritholtz, Washington Post
Whatever Happened to ‘Risk-Free’ Assets? – Jeff Sommer, New York Times
Microcredit: Safer than Treasuries? – Thomas Kostigen, MarketWatch
‘Made in China’ Makes Money for the U.S.A. – Sheridan Prasso, Fortune
The Towns Where Boomers Are Going To – Joel Kotkin & Wendell Cox, Forbes
Federal Government’s Founding Debt Crisis – Mark Roe, Project Syndicate
Harding and Gladstone: Big Tax and Spending Cuts – Jim Powell, Forbes
Should We Shut Down the U.S. Postal Service? – Lynn Mucken, MSN Money

Εξωτερική πολιτική & Διπλωματία – Διεθνής τύπος

Does the European Union Still Make Sense? – Stephan Faris, Time
Get Used to Slower Chinese Growth – Michael Pettis, Carnegie Endowment
Five Reasons Europe Is Cracking Up – Jose Torreblanca, Eurozine
U.S. Needs a Jacksonian Foreign Policy – Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post
Why Won’t Germans Have More Babies? – Der Spiegel
The End of the World as We Knew It – Steve Clemons, The Atlantic
Peace, Love and Tel Aviv – Benny Morris, The National Interest
North Korea’s New Friend – Sebastian Strangio, The Diplomat
Britain’s Summer of Discontent – James Crabtree, American Prospect
Putin’s Potemkin Democracy – Michael Bohm, Moscow Times

Οικονομία – Διεθνής τύπος

The Aura Of the Fed Is Gone, Good Riddance – Jeff Snider, RealClearMarkets
Stocks Could Still Have a Lot Lower to Go – Howard Gold, MarketWatch
Stocks Are Headed Back Up Again – Anthony Mirhaydari, MSN Money
The High Costs of Carrying Cash – Roben Farzad, BusinessWeek
Investors Can Fix the Housing Market – Daniel Indiviglio, The Atlantic
Stock Traders as Destructive as London Rioters – Bruce Crumley, TIME
We Need a Quick Fix, Not a Long-Term Lecture – Paul Krugman, NY Times
Obama Should Be Bold…Like Nixon – Bruce Bartlett, The Fiscal Times
Five Myths About the Dow – James Glassman, Washington Post
Behind Its Lectures, China is Debt Sinner, Too – Jamil Anderlini, CNBC
Reduce Time Spent In School To Increase Output – Reuven Brenner, Forbes
If Not College, Then What? Apprenticeships – Jamie Gumbrecht, CNN
S&P and the Fraud of Regulation – Robert Tracinski, RealClearMarkets
Our Denial Of Nature Undermines Economic Recovery – Bill Flax, Forbes

Πολιτική – Διεθνής τύπος

Don’t Blame Obama for This Economic Mess – Bob Shrum, The Week
Spare Me the Hysteria About «Broken» Politics – Charles Krauthammer, NR
Bachmann, Pawlenty Trade Jabs in Debate – Scott Conroy, RealClearPolitics
There Were Only Losers in GOP Debate – Ezra Klein, Washington Post
Rick Perry: The Man From Painted Creek – Toby Harnden, Daily Telegraph
Perry to Pose Major Threat to Romney – Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
A Hijacked Economic Crisis – Paul Krugman, New York Times
The Left’s Summer of Discontent – James Taranto, Wall Street Journal
Clueless in Washington – Eugene Robinson, Washington Post
Make No Mistake, This Is Now Obama’s Economy – Henry Miller, IBD
Obama Needs a Mea Culpa to Get Back on Track – Doug Schoen, FOX News
Romney Again Emerges Largely Untouched – Erin McPike, RealClearPolitics
Debate Leaves Field Unchanged – Michael Barone, Washington Examiner
The Nothingness of the Iowa Straw Poll – Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call
Why the Straw Poll Matters – Jonathan Bernstein, The New Republic
Gangland Culture Takes Over in Britain – Alan Philps, The National
Brotherly Love from Philly’s Mayor – Rich Lowry, New York Post

Επιστήμη – Διεθνής Τύπος

Metered GPS Charges Drivers By the Mile – Elisabeth Rosenthal, NY Times
‘Earthscraper’ Takes Buildings Underground – Bridget Borgobello, Gizmag
DNA ‘Barcoding’ Helps Catalog Ecosystems – Juli Berwald, Inside Science
Plesiosaur Had Bun in the Oven – Daniel Strain, Science Now
Easy to Extract Confessions From Innocent People – The Economist
Dumbledore Dies: Spoilers Don’t Spoil – Jonah Lehrer, Ars Technica

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Πολιτική – Διεθνής Τύπος

The Kids Aren’t Alright – Portia Walker, Foreign Policy
European Model a Wretched Failure – Greg Sheridan, The Australian
Hawks Gunning for Syrian Confrontation – Nicholas Noe, National Interest
Karzai’s Departure Could Change Afghanistan – Peter Goodspeed, Nat’l Post
Riots Reflect Society Run on Greed, Looting – Seumas Milne, The Guardian
What U.S. Got Right in the War on Terror – Abe Greenwald, Commentary
Greek Lessons for Italy, Spain – Papaioannou & Vayanos, Bloomberg
Dangers of Secularism in the Middle East – Philpott, Shah & Toft, CSM
U.S. Relies on Contractors in Somalia – Gettleman, Mazzetti & Schmitt, NYT
Kandahar Looks to a New Strongman – Siddique & Rishtinai, Asia Times

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Οικονομία – Διεθνής Τύπος

Beneath Monster Market Swings, Real Cause for Worry – Jeff Cox, CNBC
No Time to Panic – This Is Not 2008 Again – Peter Morici, RealClearMarkets
Investors Are Feeling 2008 Is Here Again – Scott MacDonald, Asia Times
Why The Stock Market Has Turned Bi-Polar – Jack Hough, SmartMoney
Seven Reasons Stock Markets Are So Volatile – Adam Shell, USA Today
Stock Schizophrenia: What’s Happening to My Money? – The Fiscal Times
First Rule In Panics: Don’t Panic – Jonathan Hoenig, SmartMoney
Last Bright Spot: Can Profits Keep Rising? – Annie Lowrey, Slate
Biggest Losers: Low Interest Rates Crushing Retirees – Dan Kadlec, TIME
On The Brink Of Another Round of Bailouts? – Simon Johnson, Economix
Why The United States Is Not Like Greece – Dean Baker, The Nation
What Can Replace The Dollar? – Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
Debt Forgiveness: Prerequisite For Growth – Peter Coy, BusinessWeek

The world on Monday (06.20.2011)

World May Soon Face a New Ottoman Empire – Niall Ferguson, Newsweek
Obama Must Tell Assad to Go – P.J. Crowley, Washington Post
Who Will Define GOP Foreign Policy: Rand or Rubio? – Ross Douthat, NYT
America Flirts With a Fate Like Japan’s – Clive Crook, Financial Times
South China Sea Is Not Shangri-La – Michael Richardson, Japan Times
GOP Embraces Reagan’s Dovishness – Peter Beinart, The Daily Beast
Why Karzai Lashes Out – Michael O’Hanlon, Politico
Islamists Must Have Role in New Mideast – Irena Sargsyan, USA Today
Bad Guys Still Matter – Paul Collier, Foreign Policy
Let Greece Leave Eurozone – Boris Johnson, Daily Telegraph
U.S. Can’t Abandon Afghanistan – F. Kagan & K. Kagan, Weekly Standard
The Global Shift from Farm to City – Doug Saunders, Los Angeles Times
British Tax Payer Fleeced By Greece – Leo McKinstry, Daily Express
Putin Goes Soviet, Medvedev Pitches Hope – Vladmir Frolov, Moscow Times
Harper Needs Foreign Policy Help – Lysiane Gagnon, Globe and Mail

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Scores of Migrant Workers in Greece Enter 6th Week of Hunger Strike

Posted by Kristina Chew

Some 300 migrant workers, mostly from north Africa, have gone 41 days without food to protest the Greek government’s denying them legal status. According to the Guardian, about a third of them have been taken to the hospital after having nothing but water, sugar and salt for over five weeks. The socialist administration of George Papandreou has been put ‘increasingly on the defensive’ as the hunger strikers vowed to continue their protest.

In his cotton headdress and chequered slippers, [Elktif] Belaid [from Morocco] is, at 45, older than most of his comrades in hunger, and more eloquent. But in attitude and resolve he is no different. «Europeans hate immigrants even though we helped build their economies,» said the bearded father of three. «But Europe has to help because Europe in the past was the colonial power, it supported those dictators. Today it is reaping what it sowed.»

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