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In 1947, the United States sacrificed for the sake of a starving Europe.
The Saadé family has raked in huge profits, turning CMA CGM into a strategic asset for Paris and a potential economic lifeline for France’s impoverished second city.
Fraud allegations caused $100 billion in losses for the conglomerate.
Test yourself on the week of Jan. 28: Czechs vote on a new president, Bolsonaro extends his Florida exile, and a Chinese balloon causes chaos.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed a visit to Beijing in response to a suspected spy balloon over U.S. territory.
Ankara has legitimate security concerns, but the alliance should firmly reject Erdogan’s transactional diplomacy when it comes to Swedish accession.
A Solomon Islands-hosted sporting event has become part of a China-West tussle.
The West should remind Serbia not to hitch its wagon to a diminished Russia.
On a visit to South America, the chancellor pitched partnership rather than exploitation.
Things weren’t nearly this bad in the 1970s—but the country’s leaders haven't grasped that yet.
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