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- Marian Tupy examines the failure of government-to-government aid to Africa in The Financial Times.
- In The Wall Street Journal, John Hasnas asks whether “compassion and empathy” are really characteristics we want in a judge.
- In the South China Morning Post, Ted Galen Carpenter examines why North Korea ignores international calls for nuclear disarmament.
- Richard W. Rahn reports on the extreme changes about to occur in the British government in The Washington Times.
- In Monday’s Cato Daily Podcast, Mark Calabria weighs in on “shadow banking” and the effort to regulate it.