By Niall Ferguson, Professor at Harvard University and Harvard Business School
Is her surname a blessing or curse? And Happy Birthday, of course.
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And who can help. India and Pakistan hold first talks in 15 month.
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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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