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Wednesday, April 23, 2014   22:42 GMT

Many More Snakes Than Ladders for U.S. Policy in 2014
Jim Lobe

WASHINGTON - If U.S. President Barack Obama conceived his foreign policy prospects for 2014 as a popular childs board game, the snakes he will have to jump over significantly outnumber the ladders that can propel him to success.
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Hospitality, Agriculture Firms Vulnerable to Human Trafficking
Carey L. Biron
WASHINGTON - Shareholders are calling on 15 U.S.-based multinational corporations to ensure that their global supply chains are not facilitating human rights abuses, particularly labour and sex trafficking.
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NAFTAs 20 Years of Unfulfilled Promises
Manuel Perez-Rocha
WASHINGTON - Twenty years after it took effect, NAFTA has failed the vast majority of Mexicans.
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> OP-ED  NAFTAs 20 Years of Unfulfilled Promises
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>   Many More Snakes Than Ladders for U.S. Policy in 2014
>   Iran Sanctions Bill Big Test of Israel Lobby Power
>   Syrious Paralysis on Pennsylvania Avenue
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>   Free Expression Another Casualty of Sanctions
>   Bill Commits U.S. Diplomacy to Ending Abuse of Women
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Environment
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>   U.S. Wind Industry Buffeted by Uncertainty
>   U.S. Unveils Military Strategy for Arctic
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Development
> OP-ED  NAFTAs 20 Years of Unfulfilled Promises
>   Where Is the Global Economy Heading?
>   U.S. Vows Support for Colombia Peace Talks
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>   Syrious Paralysis on Pennsylvania Avenue
>   Guantanamo Transfers Hint at Momentum Towards Closure
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> OP-ED  NAFTAs 20 Years of Unfulfilled Promises
>   Ending AIDS in the City Where It Began
>   Mental Illness Plus Police Often Equals Tragedy
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>   UN Staff Celebrates Holi, Hindu Festival of Colours
>   New York Farmers Aid the City's Hungry
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 Coal Trains Run into Stiff Resistance in U.S.
 Iran Sanctions Bill Big Test of Israel Lobby Power
 Syrious Paralysis on Pennsylvania Avenue
 U.S. Wind Industry Buffeted by Uncertainty
 Guantanamo Transfers Hint at Momentum Towards Closure
 Native Americans Seek Equal Access to Voting Precincts
 In Minimum Wage Debate, A Battle Over Inequality and Job Loss
 U.S. Still Playing Catch-up in Asia
 Free Expression Another Casualty of Sanctions
 Bill Commits U.S. Diplomacy to Ending Abuse of Women
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