• They are air-conditioning for the soul, wines of insouciant, shed-the-sweater sensuality, the sports drink of Mediterranean seductions.

    FORBES: Rose Colored Glasses

  • EU. And an apparently insouciant Mr Zoellick has been jetting around the world signing bilateral deals hither and thither.

    ECONOMIST: The spat between America and Europe heats up

  • He gave an insouciant wave and a smile as we passed.

    FORBES: New Zealand Wine's Need For Nudity

  • Onfield and off he had an aristocrat's insouciant elegance.

    ECONOMIST: Tiger Pataudi

  • Until they started to play hardball in this way, Mr Obama had been deplorably insouciant about the medium-term picture, repeatedly failing in his budgets and his state-of-the-union speeches to offer any path to a sustainable deficit.

    ECONOMIST: America's debt

  • If anything, the top Clinton official responsible for the safeguarding of America's leading technologies, Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown, is even more insouciant about the implications of sophisticated American dual-use technology falling into the wrong hands than were his counterparts in the Bush Administration.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

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