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From the FT’s comment section:
Rodric Braithwaite: The familiar road to failure in Afghanistan
Philip Stephens: It’s too late to take the politics out of banking
Michael Skapinker: Time to take off the blinkers in business class
Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff: Lessons of the Copenhagen discord
Jurek Martin: ’Tis the season to put a sock in it
Editorial: Third time lucky for Basel rules?
Editorial: How Obama can earn peace prize
Global Insight: Gillian Tett, Bankers fear sovereign risk in 2010
Markets Insight: Charles Dumas, Testing times for gilts and sterling
Notebook: Jim Pickard: How to tackle Yule savings – the split    
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