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Trump’s Plan To Privatize International Space Station Worst Idea Since Vogon Poetry Festival

Also, the “For Sale” ad on Craigslist is full of typos. Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mindbogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think Donald Trump’s stupidity is vast and galaxy-spanning, but that’s [...]
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Submit Questions About Our Efforts to Reach International Readers

Photo Jodi Rudoren Credit Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times The Reader Center is a newsroom initiative that is helping The Times build deeper ties [...]
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International Markets Still Set the Pace

4 months ago | 0 comment
U.S. stocks beat most international markets recently, but non-U.S. stocks are likely to resume the outperformance they delivered for most of the last 18 months. U.S. stock indexes have been setting record highs all year and are on pace to establish [...]
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Boeing signs $13.8 billion deal with Singapore International Airlines

4 months ago | 0 comment
The Boeing Co. signed a $ 13.8 billion agreement Monday at the White House to sell 39 jetliners to Singapore International Airlines, a deal that President Trump said will create 70,000 jobs in the U.S. “Otherwise we’ll cancel the order,” [...]
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Nobel Peace Prize Goes to International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

5 months ago | 0 comment
“This prize is a tribute to the tireless efforts of many millions of campaigners and concerned citizens worldwide who, ever since the dawn of the atomic age, have loudly protested nuclear weapons, insisting that they can serve no legitimate [...]
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“The opposite of Teddy Roosevelt”: Donald Trump’s leaked transcripts have made him an international laughingstock

7 months ago | 0 comment
The fallout from leaked transcripts of Donald Trump’s phone calls from two world leaders — Australia and Mexico — hasn’t just been limited to New Hampshire, which the president described as a “drug-infested den.” Internationally, [...]
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International cyber security evidently not a Trump priority

7 months ago | 0 comment
This piece originally appeared on BillMoyers.com. If there’s one thing you can say for Rex Tillerson’s leadership of the State Department, it is that he doesn’t appear all that concerned with the “optics” of his policy changes. We [...]
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The liberal international order: Just who shredded it?

7 months ago | 0 comment
This article originally appeared on The Globalist. For at least a couple of decades now, the words “liberal international order” have been used by mainstream strategic thinkers in the United States as a codeword for a world led [...]
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Spyware Sold to Mexican Government Targeted International Officials

8 months ago | 0 comment
The main contact person for the group of investigators received text messages laced with spyware known as Pegasus, a cyberweapon that the government of Mexico spent tens of millions of dollars to acquire, according to an independent analysis. [...]
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Ignoring International Warrants, Sudan’s Leader Says He’ll Visit Moscow

8 months ago | 0 comment
Sudan announced the impending visit a few weeks before the United States will decide whether to lift a 20-year-old trade embargo against the country. Those plans were first announced on Jan. 13, but the United States said it would wait [...]