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Robert Atkinson argues the small movement of jobs back to the U.S. is largely cyclical and not indicative of a broader trend.
Daily Telegraph
Michael Hanlon‘s list of 2014 predictions includes the continued fragmentation of the Internet in the wake of PRISM.
Washington Post
As the TPP negotiations wrap up, restrictive local standards that inhibit innovation and free trade have become the chief battleground.
Slate
Robert Atkinson predicts that by 2023 the U.S. will have 5 percent more jobs than today.
Bloomberg
The damage from the PRISM revelations pits security versus economic concerns.

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The U.S. lacks a comprehensive innovation strategy which is impacting national competitiveness.
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