A.M. Links: WTO Chief Thinks Cutting Red Tape Might Be a Good Idea, Egyptian Minister Warns of the Country’s Collapse, Senator Compares Modern…

8a95d8c5c99b4bd591c9dd4e4e784c51ec15 A.M. Links: WTO Chief Thinks Cutting Red Tape Might Be a Good Idea, Egyptian Minister Warns of the Country’s Collapse, Senator Compares Modern...

The director general of the

World Trade Organization says that cutting back on red tape
could provide a $1tn boost to the global economy. Who’d have
thunk?
Egyptian Defense Minister
Gen. Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has said that the future of Egypt is
at stake as anti-government protesters continue
demonstrations. 
Sen.
Ron Johnson (R-WI) believes that there are strong parallels
between contemporary America and Atlas Shrugged. No word
on who he thinks our own John Galt might be.
Malian troops are in control of
Timbuktu after dislodging Islamic militants with French
support.
The
U.S. military will set up a drone base in north Africa. We
wouldn’t want the French to have all the fun would we?
Chinese leader
Xi Jinping has said that China will not allow its sovereignty
to be violated, the latest sign that territorial disputes with
Japan aren’t going away anytime soon. 
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