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International Last Updated: Oct 18, 2020 - 1:16:13 PM


International
Japan’s Foreign Policy After Abe
On 16 September, Suga Yoshihide, a close associate of the former head of government Abe Shinzo, became Japan’s new prime minister. He will continue the foreign and security policy of his predecessor amid the increasing rivalry between the U.S. and China.

Oct 6, 2020 - 10:35:04 AM

International
Chile at the Barricades
Can a once-in-a-generation political revolution survive the pandemic?

Oct 6, 2020 - 10:33:38 AM

International
Uncomfortable Conversations: Moscow and the Rival Legal Claims over Nagorno-Karabakh
During the last week of September, there was a flareup in the ongoing military confrontation between Armenia and Azerbaijan (often erroneously referred to as a ‘frozen conflict’).

Oct 5, 2020 - 11:44:19 AM

International
Three decades after reunification, how united is Germany?
Though celebrations will surely be more subdued this year, many Germans will still gather (virtually) on October 3 to celebrate thirty years since reunification

Oct 2, 2020 - 1:47:27 PM

International
Philippines: Paying For Chinese Help
The covid19 economic recession is now estimated to result in a seven percent decline in the GDP for 2020.

Oct 1, 2020 - 2:58:35 PM



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Africa
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Analyses
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Business
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Chinese state-owned end-users given verbal notice to stop importing Australian coal
The History of the Pharma Cartel
Dark Side
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How the Cambridge Analytica scandal unravelled
A Brief History of the Women’s KKK
Defence & Arms
Space: Never Enough Bandwidth
Submarines: The China Crawl
Machines set loose to slaughter’: the dangerous rise of military AI
Dysfunctions
Russia’s Interests in Belarus: Ends and Means
The Alleged Plot in Michigan Isn’t an Anomaly. The Domestic Terrorism Threat Is Rising.
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Editorial
Israel: Peace Deals, Ceasefires And Stalemates
A century-old treaty haunts the Mediterranean
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International
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Neighborhood in Flames
China And Egypt: Enduring Ties Bounded On Complementarities
Labour
Hong Kong civil servants forced to choose between freedom of expression and their jobs
11 NY construction labor officials including James Cahill charged with racketeering, fraud and bribery
US Labor Unions File UN Complaint Accusing Trump Administration of 'Outrageous' Violations of Workers' Rights Amid Pandemic
Light Side
Why people have sex in graveyards
The Jazz Age’s Scandalous Sex Parties
Inside the Rowdy, Reckless Boomtown Bars of Alaska in the 1970s
Research
Reconnaissance Flights and U.S.-China Relations
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