By Niall Ferguson, Professor at Harvard University and Harvard Business School
Probably not. But it is good to have a plan B as Gen. Ray Odierno said.
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But the dispute will remain open as Britain and Argentina are not able to solve it in the current situation.
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In any case it is unfortunate. Regarding to Dutch troops in Afghanistan Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende said: If nothing else will take its place, then it ends. And the end is near, August 2010.
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…because it is for sissies. But as the famous literary critic John Leonard said: Not to read Dick Francis because you don’t like horses is like not reading Dostoyevsky because you don’t like God. Beloved and bestselling British writer died on 14 February 2010. R.I.P.
After 27 years is the former boss IAEA back at home in Egypt. He was welcomed by dozens. Is he aiming at the presidential elections in 2011?