From the FT’s comment section:
Philip Stephens: Britain is arguing about the past
Slawomir Skrzypek: Poland should not rush to sign up to the euro
Dominique Moïsi: How France fell out of love with Sarkozy
Michael Skapinker: Replacing the ‘dumbest idea in the world’
Editorial: Labour lacks will to shrink the state
Editorial: Post-crisis malaise
Editorial: Hungarian demons
Global Insight: Matthew Green, Karzai’s gestures fail to hide strain in ties
Market Insight: Jim Paulsen, The debunking of fear signals further stock market rallies
Notebook: Brian Groom, A spotlight on the real Britain
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From the FT’s comment section:
Clive Crook: US financial reform ignores wider terrain
Wolfgang Munchau: Gaps in the eurozone ‘football league’
Eamonn Butler: We should not be saved from our stupidity
Martin Taylor: A pseudo solution to the euro’s failings
Editorial: Time to send the IMF to Athens
Editorial: Fat fees, few banks
Editorial: Spanish practices
Global Insight: Gillian Tett, Practising the last rites for dying banks
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From the FT’s comment section:
David Pilling: Subsidy reform can help India spend better
David Hale: Lessons for Greece from an outpost of empire
William Galston: In government America must trust
Robert Skidelsky and Marcus Miller: Do not rush to switch off the life support
Daniel Dombey: The Falkland revisited
Editorial: Athens’ lessons in political economy
Editorial: Dodd’s dilemma
Editorial: German liberties
Market Insight: George Magnus, Economic leadership key to restoring fiscal stability
Global Insight: Kerin Hope, Papandreou on tightrope as endgame approaches
Notebook: Robert Shrimsley, Lording it over us in the upper house
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From the FT’s comment section:
Clive Crook: The honest case for a bungled healthcare reform
Max Hastings: The end of Britain’s long weekend
Kemal Dervis: Developing economies can help cure global imbalances
Editorial: Dismal outcome at Copenhagen fiasco
Editorial: Mexican reforms a boon for citizens
Money Matters blog: Lucy Warwick-Ching, Twelve ways of giving this Christmas
Global Insight: Alan Beatti, Bah, humbug. For rich nations, this is not the season for giving
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From the FT’s comment section:
Christopher Caldwell: Climate change, the great leveller
John Plender: Outside Edge: Yakuza solutions for errant bankers
John Lloyd: A battle that will not be won on Eton’s playing fields
Matthew Garrahan: Man in the News – Burt Rutan, rocket man
Editorial: Political risk comes back to the market
Editorial: Lost in translation
Editorial: GE strikes back
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From the FT’s comment section:
Roula Khalaf: Reality catches up with the Gulf’s model global city
Christopher Caldwell: A climate of suspicion
Michael Schrage: Secrecy in science is a corrosive force
Lorien Kite: Outside Edge – The anger is blowin’ in the wind
Rachel Sanderson: Man in the News – Michele Ferrero
Editorial: Dubai reveals the fragility of finance
Editorial: Change in Brussels
Editorial: Season of goodwill
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From the FT’s comment section:
David Gardner: Obama still has leverage over Israel
Michael Skapinker: The perils of trying to get down with the kids
William Cohan: Goldman Sachs: the case for the defence
Peter Mandelson: Europe needs action, not quiet consensus
Moises Naim: Mexico moves from Latin leader to laggard
Oleh Rybachuk and Taras Chornovil: The west should not lose patience with Ukraine
Editorial Comment: Soaking the rich
Editorial Comment: Rethinking the role of the state
Editorial Comment: A vitriolic climate
Notebook: Brian Groom, Wordsworth’s fair friend turns nasty
Global Insight: Edward Luce, Obama treads fine line with India and China
Market Insight: Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo, Rejuvenating the ABS sector
Lex: The agenda-setting column on business and finance

From the FT’s comment section:
Tony Barber: Europe risking irrelevance as world moves on
Christopher Caldwell: France and the culture wars
Matthew Engel: Outside Edge – A woman’s fight to air her dirty laundry
Andrea Felstead : Man in the News – Marc Bolland
Kenneth Ballen: Inside the dreams of Mullah Omar
Editorial: A pitiful exercise in Euro-minimalism
Editorial: The Gaul of it
Editorial: Deficit attention
Global Insight: Daniel Dombey, Foreign policy tests Obama-Clinton bond
Lex: The agenda-setting column on business and finance

From the FT’s comment section:
Martin Wolf: Tax the windfall banking bonuses
Roula Khalaf : Why Saudi Arabia should rethink its Yemen strategy
William Donaldson and Arthur Levitt: Tackling systemic risk is no job for the status quo
Liu Mingkang: China can build on the base of its sound banks
Eamonn Butler: Politicians must tell the truth: immigrants help society
Editorial: Karzai now needs to move to deeds
Editorial: Anti-anti-dumping
Editorial: Diversity on boards
Global Insight: James Kynge, China’s growth dictates fresh view of the world
Market Insight: Gillian Tett, Can today’s philanthropy fend off future bank-bashing?
Notebook: Jonathan Guthrie, No soft soap from Lord Sugar
Lex: The agenda-setting column on business and finance

From the FT’s comment section:
Clive Crook: American dream needs repair
Wolfgang Münchau: A Franco-German marriage of convenience
William Hague: UK needs different ‘top job’ in Brussels
Jeremy Shapiro and Nick Witney: How Europe can be heard in Washington
Editorial: Gain the advantage
Editorial: EU top job search is too narrow
Editorial: Oracle v Brussels
Global Insight: James Lamont, Hands across the Himalayas
Lex: The agenda-setting column on business and finance

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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.

Lorien Kite is deputy comment editor, a post he took up in 2009 after four years as a commissioning editor on the analysis page. He joined the FT in 2000.

Ian Holdsworth became assistant features editor in 2009 and was previously chief production journalist for the features pages.