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Summer is coming to Berlin – but no break yet at the Embassy

Just in time for the winding down of the German parliament’s sitting period for its annual summer break, and the German school holidays which have already started in some of the federal states or… 366 more words

Public Diplomacy

Yang Jiechi Meets with India’s NSA, Ajit Dorval

杨洁篪会见印度国家安全顾问多瓦尔

Yang Jiechi Meets with Indias NSA, Ajit Dorval

2015/05/26

2015年5月25日,国务委员杨洁篪在莫斯科会见印度国家安全顾问多瓦尔。

On May 25, 2015, China’s State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with Indian National Security Advisor, Ajit Dorval, in Moscow. 256 more words

Political News

Chinese Enterprises “Make In India”?

中国企业 “在印度制造”?

Chinese Enterprises “Make in India”? 

Writer:Wu Mengqi, 吴梦启   May 21st 2015. 2015-05-21 14:05:38

Source: Southern Weekly  来源:南方周末

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Investment News

Not Good News for Najib

June 3, 2015

Obama learns more about Malaysian Politics –Not Good News for Najib

by John R. Mallot at http://www.malaysiakini.com

COMMENT: On June 1, US President Barack Obama met a number of young leaders from… 735 more words

Democracy

Obama warns Prime Minister Najib on Democracy and Human Rights

June 2, 2015

Obama warns  Prime Minister Najib on Democracy and Human Rights

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com

by AFP

US President Barack Obama on Monday warned Malaysia must be careful that the high profile prosecution of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim does not have a “chilling effect” on democracy. 199 more words

Politics

LKY chose brains, not fawning followers

May 23, 2015

Phnom Penh

Why Singapore is ahead of Malaysia: LKY chose brains, not fawning followers

by James Sivilingam@www.freemalaysiatoday.com

Our leaders surrounded themselves with followers, LKY (Lee Kuan Yew) with intellectuals, says UMNO’s Cornell University (Ithaca) educated  Dr. 463 more words

Politics

A New Blueprint For US-China Relations

In the coming decades, nothing will matter more for global peace, prosperity, and governance than how the United States and China handle the ongoing shift in their relative power. 34 more words

United States