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9 Skills You Should Learn That Pay Dividends Forever | Inc.com

The further along you are in your career, the easier it is to fall back on the assumption that you've made it and have all the skills you need to succeed. The tendency is to focus all your energy on getting the job done, assuming that the rest will take care of itself. Big mistake.<p>New research from …

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Democracy and the Mexican Disease

<i>Image Source: Tomas Bravo/Reuters</i><p>2015 marks an important anniversary in the Western world: it has been 800 years since the signing of the Magna Carta, one of the most important legal documents in history and which laid the foundations for the Anglo-Saxon tradition of liberal democracy. In Latin …

Mexico's Huge Justice Reforms Are Scrambling To Cross The Finish Line

President Enrique Peña Nieto’s much-hyped reforms depend on a key judicial overhaul. Now, experts are worried that the slowly-moving overhaul will not stand the test of time, or culture.<p>DURANGO, Mexico — Outside the courtroom in Durango, in northern Mexico, workers were drilling into the staircase …

Reforms and democracy, but no rule of law

DURING two years in office Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, has received sharply contrasting reviews at home and abroad. Foreigners, including</i> …

¡Justicia!

AN UNUSUAL cry has rung out in recent weeks at football matches, rock concerts and protest marches in Mexico. Crowds of people chant in unison the …

The right place to start

<b>Update Feb 6th</b>: There may be less to Mr Peña's anti-corruption drive than meets the eye<p>IT IS not every day that a president launches an investigation …

Flunking the test

GOING into the offices of the National Co-ordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) in Oaxaca, a city 350km (220 miles) south-east of Mexico’s capital, …

Radio silenced

NEWS junkies in Mexico have woken up feeling bereft and baffled since March 16th. The feisty, staccato voice of Carmen Aristegui, a radio anchorwoman …

The Green Movement Still Terrifies Iran's Leaders

Since February 2011 the leaders of Iran’s Green Movement, former Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi and his wife Dr. Zahra Rahnavard, and former …

Iran nuclear crisis: Can talks succeed?

<b>Iran and world powers have extended negotiations to end a decade-old crisis over the Iranian nuclear programme. There are still obstacles to a deal though, compounded by years of distrust.</b><p>Why is there a crisis?<p>World powers suspect Iran has not been honest about its nuclear programme and is seeking …

The Green Movement

<b>Abbas Milani</b><p>The Green Movement took its name from a green sash given to Mir Hossein Mousavi by Mohammad Khatami, Iran’s two-term president and the …

Economic Trends

<b>Garrett Nada</b><p><i>January and February</i><p><i>The most important developments in early 2015 were Iran’s reactions to low oil prices. The price of crude oil was</i> …

Iran blows up replica U.S. warship in drills

Iran's Revolutionary Guard used a mock U.S. aircraft carrier in its defense drills for the first time Wednesday, blowing up the replica warship near the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf.<p>State TV footage showed missiles being fired at the carrier nearly a year after the U.S. Navy disclosed Iran …