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Articles from The International Economy (March 22, 2004)

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Backstage at the 9/11 Commission. Brief Article 185
Bush's spectacular failure: a former Clinton policy adviser argues the Bush team has failed miserably at global economic leadership. Frankel, Jeffrey 3915
Chasing yield: how the emerging market debt trading community is playing a dangerous game. Lachman, Desmond 1371
Cloak-and-dagger, tooth-and-nail at the Bundesbank. Engelen, Klaus C. 650
Condi Rice and the IMF. Brief Article 243
Exiting EMU: not surprisingly, the Maastricht Treaty contains no exit procedures, but bailing out would not be that difficult. Brown, Brendan 2528
French balance with a strong finish. Brief Article 92
Grading Bush's economic team: the bad news: they've got few new ideas and fear too much being slapped down (the "Lindsey factor"). The good news: Josh Bolten is positioned to emerge and Snow's been an improvement. Barnes, Fred 2137
Huh? A surprising success! First came the bursting of the Clinton bubble, then 9/11, then the accounting scandals and all the other shocks to the system. Who would have predicted such a vigorous U.S. recovery? Hubbard, R. Glenn 3573
In praise of agnostic opportunism: managing risk as the traditional economic paradigm breaks down. Smick, David M. 1443
In praise of financial plumbers: want a formula for achieving developing economy success? Begin with sound, independent supervisors. Heimann, John G. 1971
India rocks! The global media fixate on China's boundless future. India, the English-speaking democracy with a huge middle class, is a far better bet. Thorn, Jon Column 2098
Is the Japanese recovery for real? 6149
Kerry's short list: truth is, the Senator hasn't relied much on economic advisers, but the new team emerging is heavily Clintonesque. Murray, Alan 2587
Laying off Tokyo and Beijing until after the election. Brief Article 249
Psst! Pass this on ... Brief Article 128
Stuffed shirts vs. 'skins: an econometric critic tells how to predict the presidential race. Graham, Edward M. 2296
The Kohler episode: the inside story on the surprise resignation of the IMF's top man. A lesson on the dangers of collateral damage. Engelen, Klaus C. 3890
The last German? Engelen, Klaus C. Brief Article 94
The new U.S.-Asian dollar bloc: and why Europe could end up the loser. Ezrati, Milton 1345
This time it's different: Japan is poised for growth because for once its financial system is healthier. Jerram, Richard 1455

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