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15/01/2019 | Colombia- El parón negociador con el ELN
Juan Jesús Aznarez | El País (Es)
Duque puede optar entre acometer la solución negociada del conflicto o seguir porfiando a tiros cuatro años más. ...
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15/01/2019 | Sea Pack And CPEC – OpEd
Sajjad Ali | Eurasia Review
In international Politics there are no permanent friends or enemies, but only permanent interests (John Henry Temple). Nation-states adopt any sort of tricks to safeguard and enlarge their national interest because nothing is mandatory except national interest when it comes to state, this is generally termed as Statism where state holds the superior power rather then anything else. Before the division of USSR, the world had a bipolar system in international politics: the capitalist block and the communist block. ...
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15/01/2019 | What China’s Antarctic Behavior Tells Us About the Future of Space
Dr. Namrata Goswami | The Diplomat
Those that desire a peaceful future in space should keep an eye on developments in the Antarctic. ...
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15/01/2019 | Why Is China Vulnerable to Terrorism in Pakistan?
Sara Mahmood | The Diplomat
Pakistan needs effective counterterrorism strategies to maintain strong bilateral ties with China. ...
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15/01/2019 | Washington Is Reeling over New Reports of FBI Case
Frank Vogl | The Globalist
Is President Donald Trump a Russian agent? ...
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14/01/2019 | Rewards And Risks In Philippines’ China Gambit – Analysis
Lucio Blanco Pitlo III | Eurasia Review
Renewed ties between the Philippines and China are bearing fruit, but questions about the sustainability of this policy, especially after 2022, linger. Notwithstanding delays in agreed infrastructure projects, the upswing in relations spurred trade, tourism, investments and other functional areas of cooperation, including law enforcement. China can have a transformative impact on the Philippine economy. The challenge is ensuring such engagement does not diminish the country’s foreign policy independence and harm its interests in the West Philippine Sea. Manila is not alone in this dilemma: it is also debated in other Southeast Asian capitals. While good-neighbor relations are critical, a diversified trade and security portfolio remain effective cushions against coercive economic statecraft. ...
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14/01/2019 | El enlace español de la presunta trama rusa de Trump
David Alandete | ABC
El jefe de campaña, Manafort, estuvo en España y quiso captar a Javier Solana ...
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14/01/2019 | 5 Reasons LatAm Organized Crime Will Strengthen in 2019
Jeremy McDermott | Insightcrime.org
It is hard to be optimistic for 2019. The current trends all point to a strengthening of organized crime throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, as the criminals adapt far more quickly than authorities to changing conditions and take advantage of new opportunities. ...
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13/01/2019 | New British Military Base In Southeast Asia Could Have Unintended Consequences – Analysis
Mark J. Valencia | South China Morning Post
UK Defense Minister Gavin Williamson haS been widely quoted as declaring that the U.K. will establish a permanent naval base in Southeast Asia – perhaps in Singapore or Brunei. This would be the first new British military base in the region since the withdrawal of most of its military forces more than half a century ago. Such a move would have unintended consequences for the region—and for Britain itself—many of them negative. ...
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13/01/2019 | The Government Shutdown Exposes Another Reason to Abolish the TSA
Ryan McMaken | Mises Institute
The Transportation Security Administration, a federal agency, is facing a no-show problem with employees, as paychecks are put on hold during the partial government shutdown. This is reportedly leading to longer lines and security problems at airports nationwide. According to CNN. ...
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