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Uncertain turnabouts and promises of change in US bilateral relations with Cuba

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The U.S.’s relations with many Central and South American nations are often influenced by how it is perceived by them. History shows that U.S. 293 more words

On the China-Mexico Rail Deal

The Chinese public continues to criticize Mexico’s cancellation last week of a prestigious railway deal with a consortium of Chinese and Mexican firms. After (then unconfirmed) news surfaced last Thursday that Mexico would revoke its agreement, some Chinese took to Weibo, China’s Twitter/Facebook hybrid, to condemn Mexico’s perceived dishonesty and caution against future dealings with the Latin American nation. 505 more words

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China Working To Improve Trade Cooperation, Dialogue With The Philippines

By Charmie Joy Pagulong | Philippine Star 

China is keen on improving economic and political ties with the Philippines through trade cooperation and dialogue with political parties, an official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said on Friday. 242 more words

A Commentary :Jokowi's new Cabinet

October 28, 2014

A Commentary :Jokowi’s new Cabinet

by Rashid Yusof, NST Deputy Group Editor

http://www.nst.com.my/node/46945

THERE are Malaysian connections in the Joko Widodo (popularly known as Jokowi) cabinet that was announced on Sunday. 802 more words

Politics

Congratulations, President Joko Widodo and Vice President Jusuf Kala of Republik Indonesia

October 20, 2014

Congratulations, Republik Indonesia

MY COMMENT: Congratulations to my Indonesian friends, associates and the people of Indonesia, Malaysia’s good friend, on the occasion of the inauguration of your President and Vice President today. 904 more words

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Makhzen returns to its old habits, al-Massar (Algeria), 19 October 2014

The Moroccan Foreign Ministry summoned the Algerian ambassador in Rabat in protest for an Algerian soldier firing along the shared border between the two countries at Moroccan citizens, leading to one injury. 191 more words

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Makhzen returns to its old habits, al-Massar (Algeria), 19 October 2014

The Moroccan Foreign Ministry summoned the Algerian ambassador in Rabat in protest for an Algerian soldier firing along the shared border between the two countries at Moroccan citizens, leading to one injury. 191 more words

Arabic To English