Please see the source for additional charts. By the most measures, China has passed the U.S. and is pulling away. What’s the most powerful country in the world? There’s a good case to be made that it’s China. There are many kinds of power — diplomatic, cultural, military and economic. So an easier […]
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Gerry Adams, the divisive politician known around the world as the face of the Irish republican movement as it shifted from violence to peace, announced Saturday that he was stepping down as leader of Sinn Fein next year after heading the party for over 30 years.