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Malaysia: 1MDB Intimidation by the IGP to come

August 1, 2015



Malaysia: 1MDB Intimidation by the IGP to come


The Scared Prime Minister

Police have also detained a Deputy Public Prosecutor involved in the recent arrests linked to money from a government agency that allegedly went into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s private bank accounts, say sources. 345 more words


Open Letter to Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK

July 30, 2015


This is a government whose officials have frequently publically sneered at the concept and at the need to uphold human rights (despite being a former member of the United Nations Human Rights, a sitting non-permanent member of the UN Security Council and having a National Human Rights Commission). 2,056 more words


Interning at the Australian Embassy: A Summer in Berlin

For a number of years now, we have offered the opportunity to do an internship at the Australian Embassy in Berlin. We are one of the few Australian Embassies around the world that does so. 389 more words

Australisch-deutsche Beziehungen

Vietnam Today: Shaking Hands with Brazil and the IMF

According to the state-run news agency, Vietnam News, the country’s prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung met with the Brazilian Foreign Minister (MRE) Mauro Luiz lecker Vieira, while President Truong Tan Sang met with IMF representative in Vietnam and Laos, Sanjay Karla. 96 more words

Two Sentence Politics

Cambodia and China: Chinese Investment and Aid

July 18, 2015

Cambodia and China: Chinese Investment and Aid

by Heng Pheakdey, EISD

The China–Cambodia relationship has reached new peaks in recent years. China is now Cambodia’s largest foreign investor, a major donor of aid and an increasingly important trading partner. 615 more words


Foreign Policy: Cambodia- China Relations

July 15, 2015

Foreign Policy: Cambodia – China Relations

A number of factors are driving Cambodia’s strategic convergence with China.

by Cheunboran Chanborey

A Strategic Partnership for Peace… 1,410 more words

Foreign Policy

U.S.-Cuba Diplomatic Ties: Beyond Symbolism

By William M. LeoGrande*

The reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana is symbolic of the change in U.S. policy that President Obama announced last December 17—replacing the hostility and subversion dating back to the break in diplomatic relations 54 years ago with engagement and cooperation.  655 more words