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From the FT’s comment section:
Martin Wolf: The world economy has no easy way out of the mire
Henry Siegman: For Israel, defiance comes at the cost of legitimacy
Grover Norquist: Why Republicans are rebounding
John Kay: Iceland should stand up to shameful bullying
Editorial: The conflict over Turkey’s riven soul
Editorial: Hands in the dock
Editorial: Dependent Britain
Global Insight: Geoff Dyer, Consequences of stronger renminbi dawn on US
Markets Insight: John Plender, Greece will not be fixed by populist measures
Notebook: Sue Cameron, Gus O’Donnell and the climate of fear   
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Christopher Cook is an FT editorial writer. Before joining the FT in 2008 as a Peter Martin Fellow, he worked for three years for the Conservative party.

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