We looked inside some of the tweets by @ReutersOpinion and here's what we found interesting.
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Commentary: Despite Brexit, I’m proud to be a Brit. By John Lloyd.
Commentary: 'Putin’s policies are so bad for business that several heavyweights in the Russian financial world have begun to take the rare step of publicly examining the risks of his approach.' Via @shalliwell29 https://reut.rs/2DdX3qx
Commentary: Putin's defiant response to U.S. sanctions includes reducing the use of the dollar. Will he recognize that his political survival depends on accepting the reality that Russia is part of global financial markets? Via @shalliwell29 https://reut.rs/2DcGM5c
Commentary: The Manafort polling leak charges could mean further sanctions against Moscow. The question now is whether Putin will recognize that his political survival depends on accepting that Russia is part of global financial markets. Via @shalliwell29 https://reut.rs/2FAF4w2
Via @Pete_Apps: So far, Western nations have stuck to the belief that decisions of life and death in conflict should be made by humans, with computers supporting those decisions. Others, particularly Russia and China, are flirting with a different path. https://reut.rs/2DcEKSG
Commentary: Trump has remade the Republican Party in his own image, meaning that any Republican who tries to run against him in 2020 is likely to lose badly. Via @LincolnMitchell https://reut.rs/2FC0cSH
In Commentary: Mastery in AI comes down to having sufficient computer power, enough data to learn from, and the human talent to make those systems work. As the world’s most powerful autocratic states, Russia and China have that capability. Via @Pete_Apps https://reut.rs/2DenmNd
In Commentary, @LincolnMitchell on why Trump will win the 2020 Republican nomination. 'Beating a president who is beloved by the base in his own party in a primary challenge is almost impossible.' https://reut.rs/2FyJUtK