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An Australian Coup Part 2

This article was published in Ceylon Today on June 19 2015.

Rule by  Minority

Sri Lanka’s foreign minister voiced doubts about the value of this country’s long-standing commitment to the Non-Aligned Movement. 1,271 more words

Sri Lanka

India’s Great Power Diplomacy and Sino-India Relations


India’s Great Power Diplomacy and Sino-India Relations

Source: http://www.cctb.net/llyj/llgc/zbzyyj/201505/t20150520_322211.htm

Author: Zhao Gancheng, Source: “Study Times (Xuexi Shibao)”


India is an important neighbor of China. 878 more words

Political News

The Bandung Conference at 60: Redeeming Unfulfilled Promises

Another article of mine solicited by the People’s Daily but which it found unable to publish for reasons not fully explained. This article (minus the sub-headings) was requested as early as February for use during the anniversary in April. 1,147 more words

Foreign Policy

Reviving the Bandung spirit of 1955

By Ameen Izzadeen
Some 70 world leaders, including China’s President Xi Jinping and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, gathered in Indonesia yesterday and the day before for a conference to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Afro-Asian solidarity summit in the resort town of Bandung. 1,102 more words

Political Analysis

US Backtracks, Says Venezuela is Not a Threat, as Opposition Leaders Flock to Panama Summit

By Lucas Koerner | Venezuelanalysis | April 8, 2015

Caracas – On the eve of the much-anticipated Summit of the Americas, Senior White House Advisor Benjamin J.Rhodes downplayed his government’s designation of Venezuela as a threat to U.S.

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United States

Croatia: Communist Remnants Defy Sanctions Against Russia

Turning to prostitution (unworthy use of abilities) to relieve poverty has always been the road taken by very few and those few have more often than not been seen as having the morals of a toerag. 1,039 more words