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Recognition as motivator

Ceremony has its place in every culture.

It’s an occasion for recognizing distinctive people or acts of valor.

As opposed to guilt and shame, praise and… 318 more words

United States

Polls: The UNGA and a Palestinian State, Part 1

Will the United Nations General Assembly extend diplomatic recognition to a Palestinian state in the whole of Gaza, the West Bank, and eastern Jerusalem in September this year? 1,328 more words

Research

Somaliland Turns 20 Today--Legal Next Year?

More and more, Somaliland is being “discovered” in the media, and is attracting more interest and attention from international investors and businesses, and international organizations. As progress has been made in the south militarily against Al-Shabaab, but the TFG continues to face extensive institutional uncertainty, the time is surely approaching for other nations to start moving toward formalizing Somaliland’s status. 181 more words

Democracy

Poll: Israeli Public Opinion on Settlement Evacuation

It would be difficult for even a passive observer of Middle East politics to miss the recent flurry of diplomatic activity by the Palestinian Authority in Latin America. 816 more words

Research

The Vancouver Sun had an interesting view of Oct 8

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The headline read:

Decision to recognize China (in 1970) a watershed moment for Canada & China

The Vancouver Sun article continues thus:
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