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Canada-Cuba Relations Poised for Progress under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

By John M. Kirk*

After a decade of ignoring Cuba under the government led by Stephen Harper, Canada is on the cusp of an era of a significant improvement in bilateral relations with the island.  469 more words

Malaysia on the right track? No

August 4, 2016bee

Malaysia on the right track? No, it has been derailed due to Corruption and Inept and hen-packed leadership

by  Soo Wern Jun… 856 more words


Barack Obama-Lee Hsien Loong Press Conference-Of Substance, Style and Eloquence

August 3, 2016

President Barack Obama-Singapore Premier Lee Hsien Loong Press Conference at The White House–Of  Substance, Style and Eloquence

PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Hello, everyone.  Please have a seat.  8,261 more words


The Israeli-Turkish deal between geopolitical interests and economic calculations

What led to the most recent deal between Ankara and Turkey and how to make sense of it in a region in constant turmoil, where the lines that link friends and separate enemies are as complex as never before… 1,114 more words

Middle East

Malaysian Prime Minister reacts to BREXIT Decision

New York

June 24, 2016

Malaysian Prime Minister reacts to BREXIT Decision

by Najib Razak


UK voters have spoken. As democrats, we must respect the result. 461 more words


United States and India emerge as enduring Global Partners in the 21st Century

Newsroom24x7 Desk

Washington DC: Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and President of the United States of America Barack Obama met today in the White House during an official working visit of Prime Minister Modi to the United States. 255 more words


For Sub-regional Cooperation on the Yarlung Tsangpo-Brahmaputra River Basin

Mirza Zulfiqur Rahman, is a PhD candidate at Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Guwahati, Assam and Panchali Saikia is Scientific Officer-Social Science, International Water Management Institute, New Delhi at the International Water Management Institute, New Delhi… 1,026 more words