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How China acquires ‘the crown jewels’ of U.S. technology

The U.S. government was well aware of China’s aggressive strategy of leveraging private investors to buy up the latest American technology when, early last year, a company called Avatar Integrated Systems showed up at a bankruptcy court [...]
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Celebrating 75 Years of ‘The Fountainhead’

Can reading a novel make a real difference in one’s life? I know that for me, the answer is an unequivocal “yes.” And, I know I’m not alone, because many people have said that reading that same novel profoundly altered their perspective, [...]
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A Post About Devin Nunes By A Guy Who’s Seen Seven Episodes Of ‘The Americans’

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
Everybody is distracted by the Michael Cohen outrage and the Trump pulling out of the Iran deal outrage and all the other outrages, but we need to (briefly) talk about Devin Nunes. Because while all those outrages are going on, Devin Fucking [...]
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As Scandal-Tarred Abe Meets Trump, ‘the Situation Is Getting Dangerous’

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But over the last few weeks, leaks of tampered files and previously missing documents are raising sharper questions about whether Mr. Abe helped friends at two educational institutions gain preferential treatment from the government. [...]
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‘The possibility of Trump exploding has gone up’

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President Donald Trump is said to be fuming about the book, and White House aides are angry over what they see as James Comey’s unnecessarily personal jabs at the president. [...]
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‘The Ice Is Melting’ as Uzbekistan Moves to Dilute Police State

2 months ago | 0 comment
Mr. Abdullaev, along with many other government critics, is still under arrest. He told his lawyer, Sergei Mayorov, that after his arrest he was beaten repeatedly and then kept naked for six days in a freezing cell without sleep. He said [...]
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‘The place bills go to die’

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In late February, Speaker Paul Ryan and his leadership team went to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte with a request. With a White House deadline fast approaching to address the fate of Dreamers facing possible [...]
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Pristina Journal: Not the Worst Hotel in the World, Perhaps, but ‘the World Is Very Big’

3 months ago | 0 comment
The city was then swarming with foreigners looking for a place to stay — Western journalists, military officers, aid workers and European officials. We had all rushed to Pristina to witness the end of Serb hegemony and the birth of [...]
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‘The president clearly set himself up’: Trump’s stock market miscalculation

4 months ago | 0 comment
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump is learning a basic and painful lesson of Wall Street: Stocks also go down. A global market sell-off accelerated Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunging nearly 1,600 points at one point in [...]
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‘The Hairs Really Went Up on the Back of Our Necks’

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Subscribe to The Global POLITICO on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here. By the summer of 2016, Victoria Nuland’s “Spidey sense” told her something was very wrong. Story Continued Below That spring, Nuland, the top State [...]