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After John Paul Stevens. Jeffrey Toobin, New Yorker. Fascinating profile of the Supreme Court's "senior Justice, in every respect".

Has Obama turned against Israel? Fred Kaplan, Slate. The underline says "The charge is ludicrous", but the piece doesn't make that case. See also: Israel slapped America-and may have jolted Obama awake, by Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian.

The weak renminbi is not just America's problem. Arvind Subramanian, FT. The case for a new WTO rule. Paul Krugman proposes a tough unilateral line; Greg Mankiw disagrees, and links to this column from last year.

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Clive Crook is a senior editor of The Atlantic and a columnist for Bloomberg View. He was the Washington columnist for the Financial Times, and before that worked at The Economist for more than 20 years, including 11 years as deputy editor. Crook writes about the intersection of politics and economics. More

Crook writes about the intersection of politics and economics.

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