International relations

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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