International relations

Iran’s studies on climate change among the most reliable in the world, according to WHO

TEHRAN — The World Health Organization’s representative in Iran, Jaffar Hussain, said Iran’s studies on climate change are among the most reliable in the world. He made the remarks during the meeting on “improving energy consumption in the health sector in response to climate change” held on Tuesday at the …

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Emanuel slams China’s Xi for trying to ‘airbrush’ ‘wolf warrior’ approach

Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s recent political maneuverings are an attempt to “airbrush” a “wolf warrior” diplomatic approach that has damaged the country’s brand and economy, the US ambassador to Japan said, Rahm Emanuel, at a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan on Monday. Xi’s “recent decisions are …

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Texas Democrats Call On Feds To ‘Intervene’ Against Greg Abbott’s ‘Invasion’ Declaration

Six Texas House Democrats called on the Biden administration to exercise federal authority against the statement by the GOP Texas Gov. Greg Abbott of an “invasion” at the US-Mexico border. In a letter Thursday to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Democrats said Abbott’s statement …

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WRAPUP 4-G20 reviews resolution condemning Russian invasion

(Updates with draft resolution details) * Most G20 members could strongly condemn the war in Ukraine * Zelenskiy urges G20 to help end war as part of plan * Indonesia calls for action on global economic issues * Xi Jinping will hold meetings with several other Chinese leaders By Fransiska …

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Trade, security on agenda of Xi’s visit to Saudi Arabia – Saudi minister

Strengthening trade ties and regional security will be priorities during an upcoming visit by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to Saudi Arabia, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir said on Saturday. The visit, which two sources said was due to take place in December, comes at a time …

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Incumbent President Tokayev declares the principle of fairness in all sectors as part of his electoral program

Editor’s note: As Kazakhstan approaches the November 20 presidential elections, The Astana Times will contribute a series of articles in the form of reviews and interviews providing insight into each candidate’s election platforms. ASTANA – The campaign platform of the incumbent president and candidate of the popular coalition Kassym-Jomart Tokayev …

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The climate and us | COP27: A victory for Loss and Damage, but the fight for fairness remains

The United Nations (UN) climate conference (COP27) has started in Sharm-el Sheikh, Egypt on a significant note. He has put ‘loss and damage’ financing on his official agenda for the first time in the UN climate talks, meaning the issue will be discussed and negotiated over the next two weeks …

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How Putin is trying to regain control over Europe – EURACTIV.com

Charles Michel and Emmanuel Macron must feel frustrated as Vladimir Putin seeks to regain control of the South Caucasus region and show that he is not weakened by his difficulties in Ukraine, writes Sébastien Boussois. Sébastien Boussois is a doctor in political science, researcher on the Middle East, Euro-Arab relations/terrorism …

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Biden faces ‘unpredictable’ era with Chinese power Xi

By AAMER MADHANI, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden’s administration is taking stock of a newly empowered Xi Jinping as the Chinese president begins a breakaway third five-year term as leader of the Communist Party. With US-China relations already strained, Washington is increasingly concerned that tougher days are …

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Tensions in semiconductors rattle cross-Strait relations

Author: Yvette To, CityU US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan and President Joe Biden’s promise that the US would defend the island have heightened tensions in the Taiwan Strait. At the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, President Xi Jinping stressed the importance …

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The stories a passport tells

October 21, 2022 The coveted scholarship and endowment helped Devoney Looser put together the Porter Sisters’ literary postscript Devoney Looser, Arizona State University English professor, literary critic and Jane Austen aficionado, takes fellow Austenites and bibliophiles into the world of another Jane — and her sister — in a revealing …

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Arctic peers warn of ‘no return’ to pre-war era as Russia frozen from circumpolar talks

Canada’s allies call for rethinking Arctic relations following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “We’re just an accident or an incident or a misinterpretation away from a fairly rapid escalation,” said Andrea Charron, a professor of international relations at the University of Manitoba. This month, Washington updated its Arctic strategy, which includes …

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Why existential risks are important in international relations

An existential risk can be defined as “a risk that threatens to destroy the long-term potential of humanity”. To put it bluntly, it is a risk that can conceivably lead to human extinction, with irreversible damage to the ability of human civilization to repair itself. The “terminal impacts” on existential …

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To understand China, you have to understand whiteness, but it’s missing from the conversation

It is not possible to understand China without understanding race and racism. Specifically, without understanding whiteness. Yet far too often the conversation around the rise of this new superpower is in primarily geopolitical terms, about authoritarianism versus democracy, about human rights — or whether we’re going to war. But race …

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Visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Arab Republic of Egypt (15-16 October 2022)

At the invitation of HE Sameh Hassan Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, Minister of External Affairs Dr. S. Jaishankar will pay an official visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt on 15-16 October 2022. This will be his first bilateral visit to Egypt. 2. During the visit, EAM …

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Kazakhstan and South Korea have come a long way together, but a new future is emerging, says Korean Ambassador to Kazakhstan

ASTANA – South Korea and Kazakhstan have traveled an unknown path together, but now, 30 years after the establishment of diplomatic ties, bilateral relations have come of age, South Korea’s Ambassador to Kazakhstan Koo said. Hong-seok, in an interview with The Times of Astana. Ambassador Koo Hong-seok has been in …

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Secretary Antony J. Blinken with Jaime Miguel Chincha Ravins of Canal N

QUESTION: Mr. Blinken, thank you for this interview and welcome to Peru. SECRETARY BLINKEN: Nice to be with you, especially here. QUESTION: Yes, especially here. Peru is hosting the OAS General Assembly this year in a region so hard hit economically by the pandemic and with such extreme political polarization. …

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No traditional deterrence – The PLA has its own program in Ladakh. Dissuade, constrain, make India accept

OWhen Russian President Vladimir Putin cited the “precedent” set by the United States’ use of Little Boy and Fat Man – the nuclear missiles dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan in 1945 – the possibility of witnessing another nuclear attack did not seem so far away. In the international …

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Throughout these 73 years, China has always shouldered its responsibility as a great country: HE Ambassador Wang Wentian at the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China

On this happy occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the Chinese Embassy in Cambodia and I send our sincere greetings to Chinese compatriots working, studying and living in Cambodia. I would also like to express my sincere thanks to all the friends …

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Emirates News Agency – UAE President meets Sultan of Oman to strengthen brotherly relations and expand collaboration

MUSCAT, 27th September, 2022 (WAM) — President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan met His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, the Sultan of Oman, at Al Alam Palace in the Omani capital, Muscat. During the meeting on the first day of the UAE President’s state visit to the …

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Experts see the return of stable relations between PHL and the United States under Marcos Jr.

PRESIDENT Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. and U.S. President Joseph R. Biden hold a bilateral meeting September 22, 2022 in New York, USA. — OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY By Kyle Aristophere T. Atienhey, Journalist Foreign policy experts detect signs of stable relations between the Philippines and the United States under …

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Azerbaijani parliament to consider law on child support in relation to Armenia

BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 23. The provisions of the Convention “On the International Recovery of Child Maintenance and Other Forms of Family Support” will not apply to Armenia until the consequences of the Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict are completely eliminated and normalized , reports Trend. This was reflected in the draft law “On …

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Warner Music Group appoints new CEO

Read more: Los Angeles-Based Human Resources Manager: My Top 3 Priorities When Starting a New Job “We are only at the beginning of what is possible in recognizing the true power, value and reach of music,” Kyncl said. “Thanks to Steve and his team, WMG is very well positioned for …

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French Foreign Minister urges Iran to accept nuclear deal

UNITED. NATIONS — France’s foreign minister on Monday urged Iran to accept the latest offer on the table to revive a 2015 nuclear deal with the United States and major powers aimed at curbing its nuclear program. The window of opportunity, she said, “is about to close.” At a wide-ranging …

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The Doha Institute of Graduate Studies will organize an orientation day for undergraduate students

Doha: The Student Affairs Department of the Doha Institute of Graduate Studies will organize an orientation day for undergraduate students who wish to complete their graduate studies with masters and doctoral programs. This event, which will be held at the headquarters of the institute, will include important information on admission …

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Rachel Myrick Receives 2022 Merze Tate Award –

The Merze Tate Awards is presented annually by the American Political Science Association (APSA) to honor the best doctoral dissertation in the field of international relations, law, and politics. Rachel Myrick is Douglas and Ellen Lowey Assistant Professor of Political Science at Duke University. His thesis and current book project …

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A Taiwanese perspective on what’s at stake after Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent an important message by visiting Taiwan. His message was simple: “The visit should be taken as an unequivocal statement that America stands with Taiwan, our democratic partner, as it defends itself and its freedom,” even as Taiwan faces to China. intimidating threats. White House …

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Botswana opposition slams Masisi for calling for removal of Zimbabwe sanctions

The opposition Botswana Congress Party (BCP) has criticized President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s blind calls for the removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the west while ignoring what prompted the measures in the first place. Addressing hundreds of Zanu PF supporters who thronged Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport to welcome him …

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The Deputy Foreign Minister of Malaysia held bilateral meetings in the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria and the Kingdom of Bahrain from 3 to 8 September 2022

Download logo Deputy Foreign Minister YB Dato’Kamarudin Jaffar will hold bilateral talks in the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria from September 3 to 5, 2022, and in the Kingdom of Bahrain from September 6 to 8, 2022. He will be accompanied by ministry officials Foreign Affairs. In Algeria, Dato’ Kamarudin …

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Vietnam reaffirms commitment to international peace, stability on 77th National Day

Vietnam’s Ambassador to South Korea Nguyen Vu Tung raises a toast during an event marking his country’s 77th Independence Day and the 30th anniversary of Vietnam-Korea diplomatic relations at Lotte Hotel, in Seoul on Friday. (Sanjay Kumar/The Korea Herald). Vietnam reaffirmed its commitment to international peace, stability and cooperation with …

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What do foreign delegations mean for Taiwan? – The Diplomat

Advertising Following the visit to Taiwan by Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and rising tensions in the Taiwan Strait, the Cold War mentality is back in full force, making Taiwan a hotspot. potential flashpoint between the United States and China. The unfolding crisis between Washington …

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Create parliamentary conventions for the Australian way of war

Australia’s parliament is unlikely to place legal limits on the prime minister’s and executive’s deep prerogative to lead the country into war. Instead of pushing against the constitution, seek to build new conventions in the Australian way of waging war. Seeking to “parliamentarize” the powers of war. Aim for a …

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OPINION – Challenges and Opportunities in China’s Relations with South Korea

30eThe anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea on August 24, 2022 has been marked with celebrations, active engagement by both parties, challenges and opportunities for both countries in the years to come. . First, Chinese President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages with his South …

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Huawei founder raises alarm in China with warning of ‘painful’ next decade | Huawei

The Huawei founder has issued a stark warning for the future of the tech company, setting off alarm bells with the candor of its assessment and what it points out to small businesses amid China’s economic woes and a global slowdown. In a leaked internal memo, Ren Zhengfei told Huawei …

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Brazil consolidates as the main supplier of agricultural products to China — MercoPress

Brazil consolidates as China’s main supplier of agricultural products Tuesday, August 23, 2022 – 10:10 UTC In 2021, Brazil exported US$41 billion to China (34% of agricultural sales), making Brazil, China’s largest supplier of agricultural products, 20% of Beijing’s imports. A new deal to facilitate Brazilian agribusiness exports …

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UAE says envoy back in Tehran after years of strained ties

The headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the Ukrainian-occupied region of Crimea was hit by a drone attack early on August 20, a Russian-installed administrator reported. Mikhail Razvozhayev, the Moscow-based administrator of the port city of Sevastopol, posted on Telegram that the drone crashed into the roof of …

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Mamolea Concludes Fellowship Exploring International Arbitration in Latin America

Andrei Mamolea, assistant professor of international relations at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, has just completed a two-month stint as a visiting scholar at iCourts, the center of excellence for international tribunals. from the Danish National Research Foundation at the University of Copenhagen. At iCourts, Mamolea …

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South Africa’s foreign policy: a new document sets the scene, but…

(MENAFN – The Conversation) South Africa’s Department of International Relations released a document on Aug. 1 outlining the country’s new foreign policy. The Outline of South Africa’s National Interests is an important document that defines the country’s relationship with the rest of the world for some time to come. The …

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Interior Ministry asks court to keep sections of Rwanda rights document secret

The British government on Tuesday urged a High Court judge to keep secret parts of a document referring to Rwanda’s alleged use of ‘torture and even murder’ as a means of imposing control on the State. The request by Home Secretary Priti Patel came ahead of a court hearing next …

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Why was it created? How is it used now?

An old anti-spy law is back in the headlines after the FBI searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago residence for classified documents they believe they took from the White House. The FBI cited violations of the Espionage Act as the catalyst for its seizure of documents and reported discovering documents …

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Pro-Kremlin Disinformation in Ukraine — Five Key Messages ⋆ Visegrad Insight

The key Russian disinformation narrative was that Ukraine is a puppet in the hands of the US and NATO, which are preparing it for war with Russia and Belarus. From the end of October 2021, the threat of a large-scale concentration of Russian troops on Ukrainian borders and a possible …

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India to import cheetahs from South Africa

Cheetahs, widely known as the fastest animal on the planet, may soon be making a comeback in India. The center plans to import cheetahs from South Africa for the reintroduction of the species to the country. This announcement was made following the Ministry of Foreign Affairs consultations between India and …

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How far could the Quad sustain Taiwan? – The Diplomat

Advertising With Beijing strengthening its military influence in the Indo-Pacific, the geopolitical challenge has weighed heavily on countries in the region, including Taiwan and members of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad): Australia, India, Japan and the United States. Taiwan and the Quad both have reason to strengthen their ties, as …

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China ready for mutual cooperation. to advance the strategic partnership

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Beijing views its relationship with Iran from a strategic perspective and stands ready to work with Tehran to push for further progress in the China-Iran comprehensive strategic partnership, it said. he declares.“Facing a complicated international situation, China and Iran have strengthened their solidarity and cooperation, …

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The National Business Association of Colombia leads the Colombian medical tourism strategy

The National Business Association of Colombia – ANDI – is a non-profit organization whose main purpose is to expand and promote economic, social and political principles within a system of free enterprise, based on beliefs which include human dignity, political democracy, social justice, privacy, property and freedom. ANDI is currently …

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British PM candidates race tenaciously against China ‘to cover up domestic mess’

Former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) Rishi Sunak (left) and Foreign Secretary Liz Truss ?Photo: GT The two remaining candidates for the leadership of the Conservative Party and the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom are competing over who can play the hardest against China in the …

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Bayern Munich wrap up US tour at historic Lambeau ground with plenty to ponder

Bayern Munich’s Thomas Müller with KC Chiefs star Mecole Hardman after Rekordmeister’s 6-2 win … [+] on DC United (Photo by S. Mellar/FC Bayern via Getty Images) FC Bayern via Getty Images Bayern Munich concluded their 2022 US Audi Summer Tour with a 0-1 loss to Manchester City at Lambeau …

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Robert Murray: With rising global threats, Canada’s lazy foreign policy is growing vulnerability

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine underscored what many have observed for over a decade: the structure of the international order is changing. The rise of new powers and the continued decline of American power necessitate the realignment and reassessment of international and domestic security strategies for states and institutions. Indeed, given …

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Putin is open to Ukrainian grain deal, wants Russian sanctions dropped

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia was ready to facilitate Ukrainian grain shipments from Black Sea ports, but wanted Western countries to lift their sanctions against Russian grain exports. Putin spoke in Iran after meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about a proposed plan to resume …

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NATO strategy is dangerous | TheSpec.com

At the recent Madrid Summit, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) released its new strategic concept. This is the first update of the principles and purpose of the transatlantic alliance in 12 years. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called it the most significant transformation of the alliance since the end …

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Biden ends trip with U.S.-Saudi relations on the mend but few other victories

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – President Joe Biden and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took a step to mend their troubled relationship with a fist bump, but the U.S. leader left the kingdom on Saturday with few big hits and doubts as to whether the visit was worth it. …

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Sri Lanka Says ‘Gota Go Home’: Gotagogama Protesters

Sri Lanka has taught the world important lessons about organizing protests. Within a week or two in April, hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters gathered at Galle Face Green. A coastal front located in the capital, Colombo, Galle Face had served as the site of several mass protests, including an …

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China: ICRC and Tsinghua University co-organize a round table on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan – Afghanistan

On 2 July, the East Asia regional delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Institute of International Relations of Tsinghua University organized the joint round table “Humanitarian challenges in Afghanistan and Coordinated International Response” at the 10th Forum World Peace Conference in Beijing, China. Several …

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The Birth of Central Asian Studies at KU – Latest News from Jammu and Kashmir | Tourism

Dr. KN PanditaBackgroundThe Communist Party of India (CPI) played a leading role in the National Conference-led Kashmir liberation movement under the leadership of Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah. The communist movement had come to the attention of almost all colonized peoples of the Asian subcontinent after the end of World War II. …

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Deuba’s US visit, originally scheduled for mid-July, looks uncertain

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s planned visit to the United States has become uncertain. Deuba previously planned to travel to the United States in mid-July and the two parties were close to confirming the date. During a discussion in the House of Representatives International Relations Committee on June 19, Foreign …

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Migration and global peace highlighted by senior South African government officials

Migrants in front of a temporary center after crossing the border fence from the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla, in January 2021. A senior South African parliamentarian wants ‘no effort spared’ to rid the world of conflict with a Cabinet minister calling for a ‘transparent investigation’ into the deaths …

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The president as a champion of the national interest in international affairs

ALFREDO TJIURIMO HENGARI, INGE ZAAMWANI-KAMWI and JAMES MNYUPETHE BASIC ASSUMPTION is that any journalist or analyst, new or seasoned, would understand the basics of foreign policy and the prosperity nations derive from diplomacy. Unfortunately, some Namibian journalists, and worse, editors, are exceptions to the rule and provide thoughtless, naïve and …

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The United States has accused Chinese companies of supporting the Russian military.

The United States has accused five Chinese companies of violating sanctions against Russia by continuing to support the Russian military and took action this week to prevent them from buying American technology, the Commerce Department said. . In response to the invasion of Ukraine in February, US authorities enacted sweeping …

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Amid SPP confusion, Home Secretary blunders saying withdrawal letter has been sent to US

The confusion doesn’t seem to be over over the US government’s state partnership program, even a week after the Nepalese government decided not to go ahead. On Monday, Interior Minister Khand caused confusion. Speaking at the National Assembly on behalf of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is also Defense …

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Iran’s foreign policy is centered on neighborhood diplomacy (government)

TEHRAN – Iranian government spokesman Ali Bahadori Jahromi said Monday that Tehran’s foreign policy focuses on neighborhood diplomacy, expressing optimism about improving relations between Iranians and their neighbors. Bahadori Jahromi said he expected this approach to help strengthen relations between Iranian citizens and these countries, as well as between Iranian …

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National and Regional Consultations on Educational Transformation in Namibia – Namibia

Namibia, under the leadership of the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC), in collaboration with the UN in Namibia, undertook a nationwide consultation process to seek input on strategies transformation of the education sector in the country in order to contribute to the achievement of SGD 4. August 2022, …

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China and Japan prepare for another round of high-level talks on maritime affairs; results will likely be “very limited”

Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea Photo: Xinhua China and Japan are expected to hold another round of high-level consultations on maritime affairs on Thursday, Japanese media reported on Saturday. However, Chinese experts believe that the results of the talks will be “very limited”, given Japan’s evasion of the …

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New Masters in Global Security Program Has Unique Holistic Approach to Prepare Students for Tomorrow’s Threats > News > USC Dornsife

USC Dornsife’s master’s program in Global Security Studies combines courses in international relations, space science, and environmental studies, and draws on resources from the USC Shoah Foundation. USC Dornsife’s new Master of Arts in Global Security Studies program teaches students to understand our dynamic world through expertise in political science, …

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Macron woos Putin and plays a bigger role in Europe

PARIS — Until recently, French President Emmanuel Macron was able to get through the Ukrainian crisis with a certain know-how. His diplomatic efforts to prevent the Russian invasion and then, after Russia attacked, to bring about a truce failed. But they appeared to bolster his narrative of France as a …

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Kiren Rijiju meets Khamba Lama in Mongolia

Ulan Bator, June 14 (IANS): As part of the activity of placing the holy relic at Gandam Monastery in Ulaanbaatar, Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju held a meeting with Khamba Nomun Khan (Khamba Lama) of Gandan Monastery. It was a reunion of old friends as the two met …

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Biden’s trade policy is shrouded in domestic and Trumpian politics

Author: Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics Former US President Donald Trump weighs heavily on the US political landscape. Its celebrity candidates, JD Vance in Ohio and Dr. Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, won their respective primary battles to become Republican candidates for the Senate in November 2022. Both …

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Utah Valley University and World Trade Center Utah to Host National Leaders and Experts at U.S.-China Relations Summit | News @ UVU | News @ UVU

OREM, Utah — Leaders and experts in U.S.-China relations, international trade and affairs, and national security policy will converge on Utah Valley University’s Orem Campus on June 9 as the UVU and the World Trade Center Utah host the first annual China Challenge Summit. The goal of the summit is …

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Moving geopolitical tectonic plates

5 minutes (1403 words) Lily Download PDF A more fragmented world will need the IMF more, not less The Russian invasion of Ukraine has opened a new chapter in international relations, with important implications for the world economic order. The outbreak of full-scale war on European soil, with …

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2nd tier Ankita Agarwal says she would work for women empowerment

UPSC Civil Service Examination: The top 25 candidates include 15 men and 10 women. New Delhi: Ankita Agarwal, who got second place in the 2021 civil service exam, said on Monday that she would like to work for women empowerment and primary healthcare after joining the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). …

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After visit to China, UN rights chief says she called for counter-terrorism review

BEIJING (Reuters) – UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, whose rare visit to China has been criticized by rights groups and Western countries, said she had urged Beijing to review its counter-terrorism policies to ensure that they complied with international human rights standards. Bachelet however reiterated that his six-day trip, …

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Your decision, Beijing: US-China trade rivalry intensifies after Biden launches Asian economic pact

The latest disputes between Washington and Beijing show how trade relations between the world’s two largest economies continue to deteriorate as their competition for influence over trade in Asia, which is expected to drive global growth for decades to come, intensifies. And it comes as the Biden administration takes a …

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Indonesian preacher banned from Singapore says he won’t give up trying to visit

SINGAPORE: An Indonesian preacher who was refused entry to Singapore on Monday May 16 said he would not give up trying to visit Singapore, describing the country as a Malay land similar to Riau from where he is native. In a YouTube video on Wednesday, Abdul Somad Batubara said the …

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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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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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