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(What's Left of) Our Economy: "North American Economy"? Petraeus Tries to Fake Us

When I saw the headline on a new article co-authored by David Petraeus, former U.S. military commander in Iraq, my first reaction was “Finally! Someone from the American national security establishment who gets it on international trade!” When I finished, I realized that Petraeus had simply joined the rapidly swelling ranks of bigwigs who believe that they can become instant experts on the subject. 1,040 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Nightly news focuses on beheading plot, ISIS advance; President Obama receives update on galaxy

CBS News’ Mark Knoller keeps nightly notes of what leads the evening news, and two of the broadcast networks kicked off their evening news programs with updates on the reported ISIS-inspired terror plot to behead someone, possibly a police officer. 281 more words

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Ewart: Energy 'revolution' a catalyst for further North American integration

Revolutions — from military to social to technological — have altered the course of history as they change the prevailing political dynamic.

The “fracking/shale revolution” that has transformed the oil and gas world in the past decade has profoundly altered the outlook for energy in the United States — the world’s largest consumer and now a resurgent and increasingly influential producer. 1,905 more words


Why the United States, Canada and Mexico must come closer together

Revolutions — from military to social to technological — have altered the course of history time and again as they change the prevailing political dynamic. 1,901 more words

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Fred Hiatt: Iraq’s Tragic ‘Unraveling’

Washington Post — Emma Sky expected to spend three months in Iraq apologizing to the Iraqi people for the invasion launched by George W. Bush and her prime minister, Tony Blair. 90 more words


Charles Krauthammer: Ramadi defeat marks bottom for Obama's Middle East retreat

Ramadi falls. The Iraqi army flees. The great 60-nation anti-Islamic State coalition so grandly proclaimed by the Obama administration is nowhere to be seen. 770 more words

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Former heads of CIA, World Bank to speak in Calgary

Top executives and political leaders from Western Canada are meeting in Calgary in early June for an invite-only event on economic and trade challenges in a post-Obama continent. 458 more words

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