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The International Scholar May 31
"Any future rethink of U.S. Latin American foreign policy must put a real emphasis on cooperation and shoring up institutions that ensure long-term stability." Naman K. T. Habtom argues for a course-correction in U.S. .
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Denisa Delic 52m
A different take on the current UK discussions. Rather than arguing needs a strategy, writes that a “capabilities-based review is about keeping options for a wider range of contingencies, with a stress on flexibility & adaptability...(1/2)
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Gülçin Yıldırım Jelínek 9h
Guess why nobody wants tomigrate to Czech Republic, here is the info to help you. Yes, nothing is in English and noone to help you in person. Sometimes I really do wonder if it worths to spend my life here..
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Mpho Tsedu May 30
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Pankaj May 31
Congratulations..... President Donald Trump will include India in G7 countries .
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Pakistan In History May 31
Former foreign secretary Najmuddin Shaikh said in recent talk show with that " China offered India, a route of CEPC through Indian occupied Kashmir, later China withdrew from the decision"
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Institute of Foreign Affairs May 30
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Mpho Tsedu May 30
We are ready for Send us your comments and questions. We will also be live on
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Francois Gautier May 27
yes, yes, yes.... India's is still very Nehruvian - even under the Govt of . That is because they are prisoners of a huge arrogant bloated bureaucracy, which resists any change
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Joseph Rooke May 31
If you fancy a 5 minute read on Chinese FP and a brief history of why were are where we are check this LinkedIn article I wrote 🇨🇳
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Floyd Ciruli 1h
Read my latest blog; China vs. U.S.: New Cold War
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The Strategy Bridge 11h
Understanding the geopolitical shifts accelerated by laid out in James Regens & John Beddows article, will be key for an effective strategic response.
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Institute of Foreign Affairs May 30
Catch the summit here You can also send your questions for the minister and the panelists by tagging us
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Stefan Andreasson May 31
Seems a timely read that dropped through the letterbox today.
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Navita Srikant 10h
Reading in between the lines: 1) Chronology of events presented in the article actually add up to portray Ministry of Foreign Affairs, India (MEA) as an Antagonist. Wonder why the title? 1/X
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The Calitaliano Kid 🆘 😎🌴🌈🌊#WearAMask! May 29
This is neither Diplomacy nor . It's flailing. And stripping Hong Kong of Special U.S. Relationship is going to weigh further on the ! Don't let this one get lost in the shuffle. More to come...
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cheryl greco May 25
Sorry Kevin, your argument does not apply to DJ Trump. The American People have absolutely no proof he even is, a billionaire. Had he simply released his returns (being critical to rule out conflict of interest both domestic and US ) this would be a non-issue.
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Deepak Bagri May 29
D10' club of democratic partners, including G7 countries – UK, US, Italy, Germany, France, Japan and Canada + Australia, South Korea and India will aim to create alternative suppliers of 5G technologies to avoid relying on China.
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Network 20/20 May 30
Andrew J. Bacevich, President of the , will be speaking with us on post-Cold War leadership and national security on Monday, June 1st, @ 12 PM to 1 PM ET! RSVP for this free Virtual Briefing now!
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