International relations

Emirates News Agency – ADNEC holds networking session with ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022 partners

ABU DHABI, 19th May, 2022 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Corporation (ADNEC), in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, organized a networking session with partners of the International Security Exhibition and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi), which was held from October 10 to 12, 2022, at the Abu Dhabi …

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It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel good

Well into their second year in office, President Biden and his team are due to release their administration’s National Security Strategy (NSS). Since Ronald Reagan’s second term in the White House, the first to issue an NSS following a statutory requirement under the Goldwater-Nichols Defense Department Reorganization Act of 1986, …

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Sokha’s lawyers denounce the dismissal

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court resumed on May 11 the 39th hearing of former opposition leader Kem Sokha in his “treason” case. The audience asked him about the 2013 general election process, although some questions remained unanswered. Plang Sophal, a spokesperson for the prosecutor’s office, told the Post after the …

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On this day of commemoration of the shared triumph, Ukrainians now look on Moscow with dread

A local resident looks at a shell crater near an apartment building, which was destroyed in a Russian bombardment in the southern port city of Mariupol, Ukraine.ALEXANDRE ERMOCHENKO/Reuters For decades, May 9 has been a day of solidarity and shared triumph for Russia, Ukraine and the other countries that once …

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Why is the West courting New Delhi?

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes his three-country European tour, there is suddenly new energy and momentum in India’s ties with the West. And the remarkable thing about this change is that it is happening at a time when few expected it to happen. India has continued to maintain its …

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Club news

Civil war The Bella Vista Civil War Roundtable will meet at 7 p.m. May 5 at the Bella Vista Historical Museum, 1885 Bella Vista Way. The program will be given by Kerry Jones, a National Park Service interpreter at Pea Ridge National Military Park, who will tell the stories of …

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China says NATO military alliance survived Cold War origins

Published on: 04/29/2022 – 16:05 NATO military exercises are due to begin near the borders of Russia and Ukraine, while Sweden and Finland are considering joining the Western alliance. Meanwhile, Beijing, which is sympathetic to Moscow, is questioning NATO’s credibility, saying the alliance has survived its original Cold War goal. …

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Zelensky says he wants Asian countries to ‘change their attitude’ towards Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told a news conference on Saturday that he hoped Asian countries would “change their attitude” towards Ukraine as European countries have done. Zelensky said NATO not accepting Ukraine as a member was a “big mistake” and that some of the alliance’s European member states had underestimated …

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Why Russia’s Integration into the World Economy Hasn’t Made It More Peaceful

Artwork by Matt Chase Text size About the Author: Christopher Smart is Chief Global Strategist and Director of the Barings Investment Institute. It’s humbling when the assumptions of a lifetime crumble, but there are lessons amidst the debris. At least that’s my hope as I prepare for the horrific next …

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What would a neutral Ukraine look like?

For more than two decades, from the end of the Soviet Union until the Russian invasion of Crimea, Ukraine was officially non-aligned – or neutral – in international affairs. This meant that while the country often oscillated between pro-Russian and pro-European governments, it did not formally take sides in the …

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Keeping a close eye on Pakistan

The new Pakistani Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, who took office this week after the ousting of his predecessor Imran Khan, did not don’t waste a minute mentioning the K-word (Kashmir). Sharif spent a lot of time on India in his foreign policy segment in his speech to Parliament. After Sharif’s …

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Ukraine says it hit Russian Black Sea flagship Moskva in Neptune missile attack

Conflicting claims about what happened to a key Russian warship swirled on Thursday, with some Ukrainians saying a missile attack sank the vessel and the Kremlin saying only that it suffered significant damage as a result of a fire. But whatever happened to the Russian Navy’s missile cruiser Moskva – …

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Our view: Crucial for Cyprus to side with the West now

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “Site”) uses cookies, which are tiny files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We …

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Finland might finally want to join NATO – Foreign Policy

Just over two months ago, the prospect of Finland joining NATO was virtually unthinkable for most people in this northern European country. She had grown closer to the military alliance over the past three decades but resisted the idea of ​​becoming a full member. Everything changed when tens of thousands …

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The airport “not the landing base in China”

Prime Minister Hun Sen (center, wearing a sky blue shirt), a host of government officials and other attendees pose for photos during the Prime Minister’s visit to Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport Sunday. MPS Prime Minister Hun Sen has warned critics to refrain from viewing the new airport in Siem Reap …

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Turkey at the Doha Forum 2022

Recently, Turkey has become one of the most talked about nations in the world. Not only the strong leadership of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, but also Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar and Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalın, who participated in the DOHA 2022 Forum, were at …

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Wang meets Lavrov in China, hails ties as tough test of changing international situation

China Russia Photo: VCG Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Tunxi, east China’s Anhui Province on Wednesday, stressing continued efforts to enhance strategic partnership, amid the Ukraine crisis and other ongoing crises such as Afghanistan that have been overshadowed as …

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Is the Middle East moving from a policy of hedging to a more transactional policy?

Oil prices soar as Russian-Ukrainian tensions rise in Virginia, U.S., Feb. 25, 2022. /CFP Oil prices soar as Russian-Ukrainian tensions rise in Virginia, U.S., Feb. 25, 2022. /CFP Editor’s note: Guy Burton is Adjunct Professor at Vesalius College, Brussels. The article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily …

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Humanities are key to understanding Russia’s war on Ukraine — University Affairs

While there is no doubt that the Ukraine crisis benefits from expertise in areas such as political science and economics, many journalists and public commentators have used skills or discussed topics associated with the humanities. I recently moderated a virtual event on the Russian invasion of Ukraine organized by the …

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Last war in Ukraine: UK to reveal funding and missiles for Ukrainian Armed Forces

Chinese netizens called it a ‘proxy war’: Three weeks ago, two pensioners at a Shanghai park argued over the conflict in Ukraine that left 70-year-old Shen Jianguo backed by Russia , bleeding from the ear and trending on social media. The Chinese government has leaned toward Russia, backing Moscow’s complaints …

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To say that Ukrainian refugees are more “civilized” than Syrians requires willful amnesia

In 2001, political scientist Sankaran Krishna argued that the emergence of the modern sovereign state system in Europe was made possible through the enslavement of Africans, colonization and genocides of indigenous peoples. He further argued that too many scholars, instead of engaging with this history, have studied international relations in …

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Who’s Who: Dr Haitham Saad Al-Oudah is the First Secretary of the Saudi Foreign Ministry

RIYADH: On the evening of February 7, young women across the country sat in front of their screens to watch a particular story unfold that sheds light on coming of age, love, dealing with trauma, dealing with loss, taboo original, obsolete anime references, and coming to terms with one’s own …

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Christchurch strengthens ties with Australia, the United States, South Korea and China

The press A China Southern Airlines Boeing 787 landed in Christchurch in 2014. Before Covid, the airline flew direct to Christchurch from Guangzhou. Christchurch wants to strengthen its ties with Australia, the United States, South Korea and China – but it may take some time before tangible benefits are reaped. …

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Israeli Naftali Bennett mediates between Ukraine and Russia, but critics slam neutrality

After meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin on March 5, Bennett made two phone calls to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and ended the day with a dinner meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin. The story continues under the ad The urgency of his shuttle diplomacy – not only for …

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Leaders of Turkey and Greece talk in rare meeting

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, right, sits in front of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, left, as he leads a ceremony for Orthodox Christians at the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, Istanbul, Turkey, Sunday, March 13, 2022 Mitsotakis is in Istanbul for talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a rare …

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Shepaug to host annual Global Business Forum

WASHINGTON — Former journalist and human rights activist Wendy Luers will join students from the Shepaug Valley School’s Humanities Department at the 18th annual Shepaug Global Affairs Forum from 2-4 p.m. March, at Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens at Washington Depot. The Shepaug Global Affairs Forum is an annual …

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Maduro expresses interest in better relations between Venezuela and the United States

But he appeared to indicate he was ready to accede to U.S. demands to resume negotiations with adversaries as the first building block for any relief from U.S. sanctions that have dogged the OPEC nation for years. “We agreed to work on a program for the future, matters of interest,” …

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Decency in Oz’s Foreign Policy: The Bell Tolls for You

International relations are the work of desperate hope, assailed by brutal lessons. For the society of states, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s monstrous rendezvous with history in Ukraine is a trauma, a test and a teaching moment. Turning Russia into a pariah, Putin demonstrates that force does not always do good. …

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War crimes: how Putin could be tried before the International Criminal Court

The US Embassy in Kyiv said Friday that Russia committed a war crime by attacking a nuclear power plant in Ukraine. Alleged Russian use of cluster bombs and so-called vacuum bombs in densely populated areas with many civilians was also described as a war crime. “I want to be very …

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Chinese double talk in Ukraine becomes unsustainable

The result was an exercise in cognitive dissonance, with a narrative that accepts Moscow’s security concerns, blames the West for creating the problem, refuses to refer to ‘war’ or ‘invasion’ and laments unprecedented punishment – all key Russian talking points – but also asserts Ukraine’s sovereignty and tries to stay …

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Global Times: China won’t abandon principles to mend US ties: GT investigation

(March 1): A recent survey conducted by the world times showed that most Chinese people do not expect the United States to correct its mistakes and mend its relations with China, and even believe that bilateral relations will continue to deteriorate. Chinese experts on China-US relations have said that after …

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Some confusion over SA’s stance on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

On Thursday, Day 2 of the invasion, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation issued a stern statement calling on Russia to immediately withdraw its troops from Ukraine. FILE: This handout photo made available by the Russian Defense Ministry on September 13, 2021 shows the ‘Zapad-2021’ joint military exercises of …

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Russia and Ukraine: what are the stakes of this crisis?

As Russian forces close in on Kiev, ‘a new world order’ is upon us and Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine will echo for years to come, according to North West political scientist and expert Jordan Gans-Morse of the former Soviet Union. In order to make sense of the developing news, …

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Ukraine. Expert says New Zealand’s actions against Russian invasion are ‘of global significance’

An international relations expert said that although New Zealand is small, the government’s position on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is still of global importance. Russian President Vladimir Putin sent troops to breakaway regions of Ukraine this week, a move that has seen world leaders sanction Russia in hopes of averting …

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What distinguishes the development of higher education in China?

CHINA The recent spectacle of the opening of the Winter Olympics in Beijing was an opportunity to reflect on China’s change and its relationship with global society since the city hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics. Partly because of the pandemic, the opening ceremony came across as a much more restrained …

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JCPOA may be flat, but there’s still hope to rekindle US-Iran relations

As US-Iranian relations continue to be adversarial after Trump, any path to reconciliation should involve the US administration engaging directly with and listening to the general Iranian public, writes Kourosh Ziabari. A portrait of U.S. President Joe Biden is taped to a balloon during a ceremony marking the anniversary of …

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Towards a Truly Free and Active Foreign Policy – Analysis – Eurasia Review

Relations between Indonesia and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) are once again tense. On December 1, 2021, some diplomats representing the PRC government sent a protest letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemlu) regarding the exploration of natural resources in the northern waters …

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Emirates News Agency – Emiratis pursuing a career in diplomacy are invited to apply to the Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy

ABU DHABI, 13th February, 2022 (WAM) — The Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy (AGDA) today announced the launch of its admission campaign and calls on all aspiring diplomats to apply before the deadline of March 13, 2022. Renowned for its diplomatic capacity development, research and thought leadership initiatives, the Academy has …

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Ellis to head the Santa Fe Council on International Relations | Local News

Lisa Ellis has been named executive director of the Santa Fe Council on International Relations, according to the organization. Santa Fe-based Ellis begins in the role Feb. 22 and takes over from acting director James Falk, according to a press release. She was appointed by the organization’s board of directors. …

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International diplomacy: on the verge of collapse

During the weekend of January 28, 2022, Russia moved blood supply near its border with Ukraine, where tens of thousands of Russian troops have gathered, further adding to US concern that an invasion is imminent. When stored at 6°C, donated blood can last up to approximately six weeks. Time is …

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Ukrainian scholars discuss the current crisis with Russia | Today

By Nick Erickson Even the brightest minds at the heart of the conflict or strongly connected to it struggle to understand what is happening and what will come next. Will Russia, with troops stationed on Ukraine’s eastern border, invade? Or is it a highly organized bullying game? Basically, there’s enough …

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President Biden announces 3 key nominees

WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intention to name the following leaders to serve as key leaders in his administration: Reuben Brigety, candidate for the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of South Africa MaryKay Carlson, candidate for the position of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary …

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Lapid said he would warn the prime minister that allowing the illegal Evyatar outpost would strain relations with the United States

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid has warned the government that plans to retroactively allow the illegal Evyatar outpost in the West Bank could strain relations with the United States and lead to a backlash from the international community , according to a report by the daily Haaretz. News broke Wednesday morning …

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Alive and powerful in the new geopolitics

Two decades after the 9/11 attacks, the United States and the West have lost appetite for counterinsurgency, stabilization, and state-building efforts. Beyond the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan, many such projects have been mired in poor governance by problematic local partners whose corruption and parochialism have undermined efforts to build capable …

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US pledges to put Russia on the defensive at UN Security Council

FILE In this photo released by the State Duma, the press service of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addresses the State Duma, the lower house of parliament in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Lavrov said the US response contained some elements that …

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Rights groups warn Biden against blacklisting Yemen’s Houthis | Joe Biden News

Washington D.C.- When the Biden administration stripped Yemen’s Houthi rebels of the “terrorist” group label last February, it cited the potentially “devastating” effects the designation would have on Yemeni civilians’ access to lifesaving humanitarian aid. But less than a year later, President Joe Biden said the group’s re-naming was “under …

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Japan’s border crackdown leaves students in limbo and the economy in a pinch

A passerby wearing a protective face mask walks through an alley of an izakaya pub, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Tokyo, Japan January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Issei Kato Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TOKYO, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Two years after Japan locked its borders …

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THIS LAND OF HUMANITY (1996) BY PRAMOEDYA ANATA TOER – THE AWAKENING OF A SUBJECT NATION IN ITS OWN TERRITORY

GABY RUSLI WRITTEN – Faith teaches us that all men are created equal, but we choose to enslave one another. European empires colonized almost every country in the world, and although colonialism was linked to progress, it marked and changed nations. For Indonesia, foreign occupation inspired a romantic and patriotic …

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China hits out at Japan and US after Biden, Kishida discuss Beijing in video meeting

China has denounced talks between US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Beijing with Washington and Tokyo, raising concerns about “predatory” moves by the mainland. As Prime Minister Kishida and President Biden discussed China in a virtual meeting, the Chinese Embassy in Japan said on Saturday …

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5 points on Aparna Yadav, the sister-in-law of Akhilesh Yadav, the latest BJP recruit in UP

UP Polls: Aparna Yadav is the daughter-in-law of Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav (File) New Delhi: Aparna Yadav, the sister-in-law of Samajwadi party leader Akhilesh Yadav, joined the BJP in Delhi today to deliver a blow to the party ahead of next month’s elections in Uttar Pradesh. Ms Yadav …

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International students come to USF for a multicultural experience – The Crow’s Nest at USF St. Petersburg

Above photo: Moe Hattori is studying international relations, majoring in English, at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, Japan. Courtesy of Sophia George | The Crow’s Nest By Sophie Georges The University of South Florida is one of the nation’s leading universities for study abroad and exchange programs. Partnerships with universities …

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International support grows for Sea Row decision against China – Del Rosario

DASHED: A screenshot taken from the US State Department website shows a map of the South China Sea that was among the documents used to analyze China’s claim to aarea bounded by the so-called nine-dash line. In a 47-page study, the department said Beijing’s maritime claims in the South China …

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Graham Swift on the “Big” and “Small” Worlds

Your “Fireworks” story takes place at the end of October 1962, during the Cuban Missile Crisis. What made you want to revisit this period? Photograph by Colin McPherson / Getty I think it was the story that made me revisit. It was like that, as it often seems to be. …

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BNP strengthens for the movement

While the official position of the BNP is that it has yet to decide whether it will run in the 2023 national elections, its goal for this year is to complete the party reorganization process and prepare for the election. The rationale for the reorganization is that the party wants …

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Two-time Olympic medalist Michelle Kwan is a mom for the first time

Michelle Kwan presents the Female Athlete of the Paralympic Games at the Olympic Committee Best of US Awards on April 2, 2014 in Washington, DC. When Michelle Kwan says she is “always full of surprises,” she’s not kidding. The two-time Olympic medalist (1998, 2002) shared a big revelation on Instagram …

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Advocacy for subnational diplomacy

Letter from the editor BY SHAWN DORMAN Welcome to this packed double edition of The Foreign Service Journal to start the new year. In addition to our regular programming, this issue features an exclusive interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, as well as a first-person account from Moscow Signal, …

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No one is able to teach others a lesson about democracy »Capital News

BEIJING, China, January 2 – Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday that Chinese diplomacy has progressed in a complex and fluid international landscape, writing new chapters of big country diplomacy with features distinctive Chinese. Wang made his remarks during a year-end interview with the Xinhua …

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GT exclusive: Chinese diplomat urges new German government not to play ‘Taiwan card’ as Lithuania aims to hold EU hostage

Yantian Port Photo: CFP Chinese diplomat in Germany urged new German government to play an active role in the EU, abide by the one-China principle and not play the “Taiwan card” or send false signals to the forces secessionists of “Taiwan independence”, as Lithuania wants. to hold the EU’s position …

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Despite clear division on big issues, Congress broadly agrees on China

Despite strong divisions on most major issues, Democrats and Republicans in Congress agree on at least one way to deal with China. President Joe Biden enacted a bipartisan bill just before Christmas to ban goods from China’s Xinjiang region unless companies can prove they are not made by forced labor. …

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Fierce Sino-American competition criticized – Xinhua English.news.cn

Chinese Ambassador to the United States Qin Gang (right) is seen in a broad interview with U.S. media on December 20, 2021. [Photo/china-embassy.org] Collaboration and consensus are good elements to progress, underlines the envoy China opposes Sino-U.S. Relations being defined as competitive because such a framework overshadows collaboration, and the …

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Thousands of Christmas flights canceled as Omicron spreads

PictureTravelers attempted to bypass the disruption on Christmas Eve morning at Kennedy International Airport in Queens.Credit…Dave Sanders for The New York Times Thousands of potential travelers received last-minute cancellations of their Christmas flights on Friday and Saturday due to the recent Omicron case spike, including among airline employees. The number …

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China Lobbying Against MCC | Nepalese time

A A US $ 500 million grant to modernize Nepal’s infrastructure at first glance appears to be delayed due to domestic politics. But the real reason seems to be Beijing’s opposition to the project and its pressure on politicians not to implement the project. Sources say the Chinese government has …

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China to impose reciprocal sanctions on four US citizens

Zhao Lijian Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs China has decided to impose sanctions on four US individuals as a reciprocal countermeasure against US sanctions against officials in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (northwest China) on baseless charges of alleged issue rights in the region, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign …

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Most vaccines around the world are unlikely to prevent infection with Omicron

A growing body of preliminary research suggests that the Covid vaccines used in most countries around the world offer almost no defense against infection with the highly contagious variant of Omicron. All vaccines still seem to offer a significant degree of protection against serious illnesses caused by Omicron, which is …

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Another Quad type network is the last thing Asia needs

Indonesian Foreign Ministers Retno Marsudi (right) and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (left) hold a joint press conference after their meeting at the Foreign Ministry’s office in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 14 2021. / Getty Indonesian Foreign Ministers Retno Marsudi (right) and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (left) hold …

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UAE tells US it will suspend F-35 talks amid Huawei malaise

DUBAI / WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United Arab Emirates have informed the United States it will suspend talks to acquire F-35 fighter jets, a United Arab Emirates official said on Tuesday as part of a $ 23 billion deal that also includes drones and other ammunition. The sale of 50 …

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Building a community of destiny for humanity

The closing meeting of the 4th session of the 13th National People’s Congress is held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 11, 2021. / Xinhua The closing meeting of the 4th session of the 13th National People’s Congress is held at the Great …

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Tibetans join IOC to protest Beijing Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) – Two Tibetan students chained themselves to the Olympic rings on Saturday outside the Swiss headquarters of the International Olympic Committee to call for an international boycott of next year’s winter games. The couple were part of the latest protest against the 2022 Olympics against Beijing’s human …

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Why is Russia so adamant about annexing an independent Ukraine?

As Russian troops continue to build up along the country’s border with Ukraine, heightened tensions have brought to mind the turbulent but critical history between the two nations. Ukraine’s struggle for freedom even partially arose out of Russia’s own history. Led for centuries by a number of historic empires, a …

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New German government promises tough approach on China, Russia

Germany’s new government promises a tougher stance on Russia and China, a change in musical mood that will affect the rest of Europe, where Berlin has traditionally been the moderating voice and defined the central pitch. So far, these are just promises, soothing words to members of the coalition’s three …

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Taiwan to attend US summit for democracy as China snubbed

TAIPEI, TAIWAN – Taiwan will participate in a virtual US Democracy Summit this week after countries like China and Russia failed to make the attendees list, another sign of US support for Asian democracy. East. Hsiao Bi-khim, Taiwan’s de facto Ambassador to the United States, and Digital Minister Audrey Tang, …

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In charge of business – News

In line with the UAE’s Golden Jubilee celebrations this year, the Emirati Women’s Day celebrations held on August 28 highlighted the remarkable achievements of today’s Emirati woman. Under the theme “Women: Ambitions and Inspiration for the Next 50 Years”, the event was a tribute to the important contributions that women …

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Iran nuclear talks resume, but is confidence enough for a deal?

Melbourne: With the resumption of nuclear talks between Iran, the United States and other members of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on November 29, a question looms. Is engagement with Iran likely to bear diplomatic fruit or be wasted? Negotiated in 2015 by the Obama administration (alongside Germany, …

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Omicron variant causes mild illness, South African Medical Association, World News

The South African Medical Association (SAMA) said the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus causes mild illness without significant syndromes. Angelique Coetzee, the president of SAMA was quoted by Sputnik. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday identified the new strain of coronavirus as Omicron. WHO has said the new …

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What we know about Omicron, the new COVID variant that quickly led to the latest travel ban in Canada

South African health authorities have identified a new variant of the coronavirus following a spike in COVID-19 cases in Gauteng, South Africa. For weeks the country was recording around 200 new cases a day, but on Thursday the number of new cases suddenly skyrocketed to 2,465. According to Tulio de …

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Chinese regulator seeks to avoid US delisting of Chinese companies

A Chinese national flag flies in front of the building of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on Financial Street in Beijing, China on July 9, 2021. REUTERS / Tingshu Wang Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register now HONG KONG, Nov. 25 (Reuters) – Chinese authorities …

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ApplyBoard records application boom and maps future industry trends

Between March and October of this year, applications to British establishments increased by more than 300% and Canadian applicants by more than 200%, the newspaper notes. In addition, requests in the United States increased by 750% compared to the same period in 2020. “During 2021, ApplyBoard saw more students seeking …

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“No Motive for Arrogance”: Hard Love for America at Pro-Democracy Conference

Malcolm Turnbull, Australian Prime Minister from 2015 to 2018, replied: “We are”, when asked in an interview if the allies are worried about the United States. “The United States is by far the most important of the Western democracies. … We all have a vested interest in the health of …

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Putin notes the contribution of transport workers to the development of the national economy – society & culture

MOSCOW, November 20. / TASS /. Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated workers and veterans of the Russian transport industry on their professional day. His greetings were posted on the Kremlin website on Saturday. “I congratulate you on the Day of Transport Workers – a holiday that brings together representatives of …

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York appoints government affairs expert as board chair – York College / CUNY

Dr Berenecea Johnson Eanes, President of York College, City University of New York (CUNY), today announced the appointment of Ana Rua as a member and chair of the board of trustees of the York College Foundation. Ms. Rua leads the New York Government Affairs City & State strategy at Crown …

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Feeding the leaders aware of the environment and sustainable development of tomorrow

ENVIRONMENTAL issues such as climate change and even the recent global pandemic have highlighted the need for global cooperation resolution. As such, international relations has become a very relevant discipline. Asia-Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) International Relations Professor Dr Daniel Ruiz De Garibay Ponce stressed that solutions needed …

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An international panel on human trafficking is planned

November 4, 2021 During International Education Week, November 15-19, there are campus-wide activities to celebrate the special importance of international educational exchange. On November 18, students from Brookdale Community College participating in the Global Citizenship Distinction (GCD) program collaborate with students from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás (PUC Goiás) …

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Are Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban Separating? | Asia | An in-depth look at current events from across the continent | DW

At the end of September, just over a month after taking control of the Afghan capital, Kabul, Taliban fighters stopped a Pakistani truck at the Torkham border post and removed the country’s flag there. The incident angered Pakistan, but Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid quickly denied reports of emerging divisions between …

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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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