International relations

Kuleba opens ASEAN’s first research center in Ukraine

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has opened a first ASEAN research center at the Institute for International Relations of the Taras Shevchenko National University in Kyiv. The opening ceremony took place on Tuesday, October 19 and brought together academic leaders and ambassadors from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), …

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The right climate for central planning

If there really is a market for ideas, it’s fair to say that central planning hasn’t taken off lately. It’s not hard to see why. The murderous regimes of Stalin and Mao are not good advertisements for the brand, nor for the possible merits of socialism, for that matter. But …

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Emirates news agency – Dominica promotes nature, sustainability, investment opportunities and similarities to UAE at Expo 2020

DUBAI, October 17, 2021 (WAM) – The small island of Dominica in the Caribbean presents itself as a pristine paradise and a country open to investment from around the world, through its pavilion at Expo 2020. Kenneth Darroux, Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Affairs and Diaspora Relations, visited the pavilion, …

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British Scholarships 2021 Applicants Announced | MSU Today

Michigan State University has nominated 10 undergraduates and four alumni for graduate scholarships nationwide: the Churchill Scholarship, Marshall Scholarship, Mitchell Scholarship, and Rhodes Scholarship. All scholarships support students attending doctoral school in the UK or Ireland. MSU applicants for the Churchill scholarship are: Charles Hultquist, a senior Honors College specializing …

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China steps up military pressure on Taiwan

IIT WAS A deliberate provocation, patriotically timed. On October 1, the country’s national holiday, China flew 38 planes, including fighter jets and bombers, to Taiwan (one guy, the J-16, is shown). They entered the island’s air defense identification area (ADIZ), a buffer region where intrusions often trigger military alerts. It …

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