FT Analysis
  • US immigration: life on the line Jul 18, 2014 - 3:15 pm
  • Two FT journalists report from different sides of the US border, speaking to Hondurans fleeing poverty and violence for a better life in America, and to Texan citizens who witness illegal immigrants - often unaccompanied children - crossing the border.
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  • Iraq divided: Borzou Daragahi on the chances of partition Jul 08, 2014 - 12:15 pm
  • As sectarian violence in Iraq spreads, many people are beginning to talk about the possibility that the country might be split into Sunni, Shia and Kurdish states. The FT's Borzou Daragahi reports from Baghdad on what that might mean for the country and its people.
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  • Bullets and business in Africa's frontier markets Jul 03, 2014 - 5:30 pm
  • Investors are flocking into Africa's frontier markets. But tapping into such growth brings its own hazards, as Katrina Manson, the FT's East Africa correspondent, reports.
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  • Jokowi: from furniture maker to Indonesian president? Jun 26, 2014 - 1:30 pm
  • Ahead of Indonesia's elections in July, Ben Bland reports on the remarkable ascent of the frontrunner, Joko Widodo, who has been propelled from the obscurity of provincial politics to the global spotlight.
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  • World Cup Brazil 2014: pitch battle Jun 10, 2014 - 7:30 pm
  • Far from uniting Brazil, the World Cup has in some places exposed growing public antipathy. Many Brazilians are angry at spiralling costs while others blame a police crackdown in the slums for the rise of children working as drug dealers. Samantha Pearson and Joe Leahy report.
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  • Corruption and reform in Iran Jun 05, 2014 - 7:00 pm
  • Secret sanction-evading oil deals were only the start of corruption that thrived under Ahmadi-Nejad. Can the country clean up now President Rouhani is in charge? Najmeh Bozorgmehr, the FT's Tehran correspondent, reports.
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  • Hillary Clinton and the permanent campaign May 29, 2014 - 8:15 pm
  • More than two and a half years before the 2016 election, the scaffolding to support a Hillary for president campaign is already substantially built. Richard McGregor reports from Washington DC.
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  • Egypt: revolution to disillusion May 22, 2014 - 6:00 pm
  • Young activists in Egypt helped overthrow two presidents. But now, many are so disillusioned with the country's politics that they have decided not to vote in week's presidential election. Heba Saleh, the FT's Cairo correspondent, reports.
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  • How the euro was saved - a conversation with Peter Spiegel May 16, 2014 - 5:30 pm
  • We talk to Peter Spiegel, the FT's Brussels bureau chief, about his groundbreaking series of articles on the worst days of the eurozone crisis, and he answers a selection of reader questions.
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  • Beyond the fringe: the story of Ukip May 06, 2014 - 6:30 pm
  • Ahead of European elections in late May, Kiran Stacey and Jim Pickard take an in-depth look at the rise of the UK Independence Party and its leader Nigel Farage.
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  • US unemployment: a long term trap? Apr 30, 2014 - 7:00 pm
  • Long term unemployment can take a huge toll on individuals, but it also carries grave consequences for the overall economy. James Politi, US political correspondent, looks at why levels of long term joblessness remain high in the US, and whether government efforts to tackle the problem are proving effective.
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  • Battle for the boardroom Apr 23, 2014 - 8:00 pm
  • Are shareholder activists fearless advocates for investors or opportunists chasing a quick buck? Stephen Foley, the FT's US investment correspondent, reports from New York.
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  • The legacy of Rwanda's genocide Apr 07, 2014 - 2:28 pm
  • Twenty years after almost a million people died in Rwanda, Katrina Manson, the FT's East Africa correspondent, reports from Kigali on the fractures that remain in the country, the efforts of President Paul Kagame's government to rebuild, and future threats to stability.
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