Opinion : Reuters

Euro/sterling parity? Not if the ECB and BoE can help it — Jamie McGeever

LONDON, Sept 3 — As parity between the euro and sterling inches closer, the European Central Bank and Bank of England face a date with destiny that neither of them wants. This week the euro...

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Putin’s weird war gets ever riskier ― Peter Apps

AUGUST 30 ― September will be a nervous month in Eastern Europe. On September 14, Russia will unleash what may be its largest military exercise since the Cold War. In Poland, Ukraine,...

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Here’s what to do with reviled statues — John Lloyd

AUGUST 20 — Statues live. The Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville certainly does. The majority of Americans, including his fellow Republicans, disapprove of Donald Trump’s defence of...

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s free press dilemma ― Alex Lazar

AUGUST 17 ― Aung San Suu Kyi is treating the press in Myanmar poorly, and that may impede her efforts to democratize the conflict-wrought country. But is Suu Kyi’s apparent authoritarian...

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From Putin to Zuma to Trump, voters put personality over policy — John Lloyd

AUGUST 13 — Jacob Zuma, president of South Africa, survived a no-confidence motion in the country’s parliament earlier this week. It was the eighth since he took office eight years...

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