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Tigers or Coal? India Makes a Choice
Author, 'Churchill's Secret War: The British Empire and the Ra...
The retort appears to be the Indian government's stock response to concerns that its planned expansion of coal mining is so immense that it could render extinct the tiger population of central India.
President and Editor-in-Chief of The Intelligent Optimist
Banks are making money with money rather than providing the services to society that they were originally established for: collecting and rewarding savings and using these funds for investments that would enrich society.
Could We Expect Anything From the Pittsburgh Summit of the G-20?
Chairman and CEO, Galileo Global Advisors and Adjunct professo...
Never was the G-20 intended to be anything else than a technical forum meeting twice a year. It has no power, no administration, let alone any authority.
Joshua Cooper Ramo: Surprise! Global Financial Crisis Could Turn China Into A Superpower
Writer/producer/director living in Washington DC
The Chinese banking system has been through so much stress during the last few decades, they are in a much better position than the U.S. to deal with the global financial crisis, says Joshua Cooper Ramo.
How Iceland's Lawyers Enabled Fraud
Icelandic journalist and writer
The lack of clear ethical rules and the frontier justice mentality in Iceland continues to cause confusion and raise questions about the legal profession's ability to regulate itself in Iceland.
Time to Blame Our Own Greed For the Madoff Mess
Editor-at-large, Town & Country
When are we going to stop talking about Madoff's "victims" or "foolish investors" and instead ask investors to take responsibility for their own actions?
Not So Fast: Democrats Say Bailout Will Pass, But With A Few Changes
Greed in the Economy: It's the Morality, Sinner
Christian leader for social change; President and Founder @Soj...
Our financial collapse is the fiscal consequence of the economic philosophy that markets are always good and government is always bad. But it is also the moral consequence of greed.
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