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The Cyprus bank deposit tax to save banks, nation's debt

Economic Collapse News | Cyprus debates to impose a bank deposit tax on, vote delayed until Tuesday "Over the...
Mar 18, 2013 by Andrew Moran

Debate: Should U.S. taxpayers pay for former presidents?

A friend of mine forwarded me the 2013 General Services Administration report. The document shows that U.S. taxpayers...
Oct 19, 2012 by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Are Democratic voters 'pro-choice'?

On my break, I was watching some videos from the Democratic National Convention. I found a video from Reason, the...
Sep 5, 2012 by Andrew Moran - 5 comments

CanKor - Canadian interactive resource on North Korea

I covered a North Korean media event over the weekend. There I met with a couple of representatives from HanVoice,...
Jan 31, 2012 by Andrew Moran

Leveson Inquiry live web stream

If anyone is interested in viewing the Leveson Inquiry, you can view the live stream here. Currently as of 11:50 a.m....
Dec 20, 2011 by Andrew Moran
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  • Russia, China try to finish gas talks before Putin's visit

    Moscow and Beijing plan to wrap up a decade of talks on supplies of Russian natural gas before President Vladimir Putin's expected to travel to China next month, a deputy prime minister said on Monday.
  • Global trade growth forecast raised to 4.7% for 2014: WTO

    Global commerce is set to grow by 4.7 percent this year, the World Trade Organization said on Monday, with recovery in rich economies expected to mitigate risks in developing nations.T
  • As Palestine seeks international links Israel seeks to punish

    Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs Reyad al-Malki called for sanctions to be imposed on Israel for violating international law and conventions through moves to punish Palestine for unilaterally applying to join international agencies and treaties.
  • Japan, US trade talks fail to close gap over TPP

    Intensive talks between Japan and the United States aimed at breaking the deadlock over a huge pan-Pacific trade deal ended Thursday without agreement, as hopes faded of progress before Barack Obama arrives in Tokyo this month.
  • China imports, exports slump in March

    China's trade volumes fell dramatically in March, official data showed Thursday, despite the country returning to a trade surplus after recording a rare deficit the month before.
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