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Obama and Malaysia

April 16, 2014

Obama and Malaysia

Written by John Berthelsen

TUE,15 APRIL 2014


US President must walk a delicate line in a country facing increasing international criticism. 1,164 more words


China continues looking to S&T to fuel economy

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Maintaining stability in the face of rapid change and growth, and proactively partaking in cooperative global ties in science and technology fields will be key in helping China become an innovation-based economy, according to Denis Simon, vice provost for International Strategic Initiatives at Arizona State University. 923 more words


Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?

by Joshua Kurlantzick via Council on Foreign Relations
April 8, 2014

During his upcoming late April trip to Asia, President Obama will visit two nations in Southeast Asia, Malaysia and the Philippines, in addition to stops in Northeast Asia. 552 more words


Cuban Ambassador Talks of Good Relations bt. France and Cuba

Paris, Apr 9  -  Cuban Ambassador to France Hector Igarza stressed today the good moment of bilateral relations, as evidenced by the visit French  Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius will carry out this week to his country.


Utusan reaches new heights of absurdity

April 7, 2014

 Utusan reaches new heights of absurdity

By John Malott*

It is shocking to see that an Assistant Editor of Utusan Malaysia has… 248 more words

International Affairs

India, Africa are asserting their rightful places on global economic landscape: Anand Sharma

India and Africa are taking their rightful places in the emerging world order. Stating this in his keynote address in the inaugural session of the three-day 10th CII-EXIM BANK Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership being organised in New Delhi, Mr Anand Sharma, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, said that the 21st century will be the century of India, Asia and Africa. 661 more words