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Pharma needs research, not cuts

If the entire industry adopted Valeant’s approach, drug discovery would grind to a halt

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The country faces an unprecedented and unyielding set of international and domestic challenges
– Kurt Campbell
My question is whether television’s gain is going to be satire’s loss
– Jurek Martin
The president certainly exposed Europe’s weakness but also reminded everyone that Russian power is also limited
– Nick Butler

Sisi’s election won’t end discord in Egypt

Political Islam can be countered only with a pluralism that the former military leader will not countenance

The mysteries of the UK economy unravel

Three almost universally held ‘truths’ will wither when new standards are adopted

Bad policy, not culture, caused ferry loss

In their efforts to understand the cause of the accident Koreans have cast their net wide

Asian allies need to give something back

The president’s hosts should ask what they can do for America, writes Clyde Prestowitz

A clear signal from a Christian Britain

The strength of the country’s religion is less doctrinal than social

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Ukraine gas cut risks damaging Gazprom

Russia’s golden goose risks becoming victim to geopolitics

French ‘time-bomb’ can be safely defused

Look elsewhere for systemic threat to euro area

Saga to set sail

Group set to announce IPO, leaving AA making roadside repairs

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An equal society will not hinder growth

Inequality damages the economy and efforts to remedy it are, on the whole, not harmful

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