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Numbers do not lie, or do they?

There is very little to suggest in the data that the BNP or the Awami League enjoyed greater success over one another in advancing the country̢۪s social development agenda. Bangladesh̢۪s story received wider coverage in the international media in... Full story

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Corruption is everywhere and nowhere

Protesters practise tactics to defend themselves from possible police scuffles during a rally held by supporters of EU integration in central Kiev on December 8. — Reuters/Vasily Fedosenko
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Why they really fear Bitcoin

The concerns of the politicians and their hangers-on are far more simple than any of that: What they fear, as they should, is loss of control. Taxes are part of that fear, and rightly so. The movements of a transnational... Full story


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