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Why anti-bribery laws help global business

A 1977 law against foreign corruption was long viewed as putting US firms at a disadvantage overseas. Perhaps its success in helping profits might convince President Trump to keep the law and enforce it.

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Our shared family name

A Christian Science perspective: Healing ideas on what it means to be part of the family of man. 

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Europe’s anchor for identity in rough seas

As it prepares to celebrate its 60th anniversary, the European Union faces internal and external threats. Its fallback for unity: a shared cultural identity.

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Progress – it’s natural!

A Christian Science perspective: God’s goodness can’t be limited or obstructed.

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The power in welcoming alternative views

President Trump’s first official trip was to the CIA, an agency trained to encourage dissent about intelligence information but one that must also ‘face hard truths’ about itself.

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Readers write: Environmental effects, believing reports

Letters to the editor for the Jan. 23, 2017 weekly magazine.

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After populism's bold promise

The politicians who have ridden today's wave of populist discontent to power now enter the next, more difficult chapter: governing

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Achieving real success

A Christian Science perspective: On overcoming limitations to right activity.

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What defines victory for Iraq in Mosul

As Iraqi forces end Islamic State’s hold in the country’s second-largest city, politicians are racing to avoid the old mistake of continuing Shiite-Sunni divisions. Political reconciliation is the best weapon against terrorist groups.

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Assured of God's government

A Christian Science perspective: We can know and trust that God is the only power in control.

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Africa’s object lesson in democracy

A postelection crisis in Gambia has stirred the country’s neighbors to intervene, sign of a stronger commitment to democracy in Africa.

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To love yourself

A Christian Science perspective: Yielding to God’s love shows us what we really are.

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Breaking the fall of trust in institutions

A global survey shows a sharp decline of trust in government, business, and other institutions. Rebuilding trust starts with qualities that lessen the fear of rapid change or end corrupt practices.

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Truth and fake news

A Christian Science perspective: Understanding God as good helps correct any false ‘news’ about what we truly are.

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Finding unity on a new health-care law

Obamacare set down access to health care as a universal good, a point that Trump and much of the GOP now concedes. A new law would help fix flaws in the Affordable Care Act.

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What makes humanity thrive

As the besieged Christian communities of the Middle East shrink, the Middle East becomes the poorer.

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Readers write: Activism in the classroom, the nation’s image

Letters to the editor for the Jan. 16, 2017 weekly magazine.

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Prayer that moves us from hope to understanding

A Christian Science perspective: Love for God brings a deeper sense of spiritual reality.

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