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The Power of Persuasion: Madeleine Albright’s Communication Brilliance

Article by: Milan Calendine She was only 3 when the Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia, and her family was forced into exile in England in 1939.  Her family returned home following World War II only to leave again in 1948 when a coup d’état marked the beginning of four decades of communist rule in Czechoslovakia.  Madeleine Albright spent much…

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B&N Editorial: Who Wants Some Good News?

By: Douglas B. Silver Let’s admit it.  We are barraged with bad news.  Covid, inflation, China’s rare-earth monopoly, Russia’s aggressive expansion plans, January 6th, constitutional changes in Chile, and anti-mining NGOs.  It’s amazing that we all aren’t dieting on valium.  But I have some good news. The North American capital markets represent more than 60% of the world’s public…

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