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FAO leader calls for end to “triple discrimination” against indigenous women
Wed,17 January 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 21 |

  Progress in the fight against hunger and extreme poverty hinges on eliminating the "triple discrimination" faced by indigenous women, FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva said today.

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What Does Zimbabwe’s Leadership Change Mean to China?
Thur, 11Jauary 2018 07:45|Deplomacy|  Views:: : 9 |

  On December 15, 2017, Zimbabwe’s ruling party, Zanu-PF, held an Extraordinary Congress, during which Emmerson Mnangagwa was formally confirmed the party’s president and first secretary, and presidential candidate for the 2018 national election...

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The geopolitics behind the Korean Peninsula talks
Tues,09 January 2018 10:23|Analysis|  Views:: : 12 |

  On New Year's day, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un delivered an address full of mixed messages. He issued nuclear threats but also offered to engage in a dialogue with South Korea, restore a hotline between the two capitals, and schedule...

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Why does Israel fear the BDS movement so much?
Tues,09 January 2018 10:02|Deplomacy|  Views:: : 10 |

  New York City - Donald Trump's declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel seemed to confirm a long-held suspicion among many long-time observers: The United States is not interested in a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli impasse that adheres to international law...

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China warns Japan against acquiring advanced fighter jets, even if times have changed
Fri,29 December 2017 09:50|Security|  Views:: : 18 |

  eminding Japan of its pledge to follow the path of militarisation only for self-defence, China has said Japan must not forget the commitment made to the international community and has "urged" the country to adhere to the policy of "exclusive defence"...

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What's Really Behind Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea?
Fri, 29 December 2017 09:15|Analysis|  Views:: : 15 |

  “Chinese assertiveness” has become an infamous phrase – it is regularly used by media, pundits, and politicians, yet there is little scholarly work that would clarify the meaning of the concept. A similar situation exists when it comes to China’s power. Although it is generally...

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Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
Wed,27 December 2017 12:52|Deplomacy|  Views:: : 16 |

  “The victorious army must have its rewards – and those rewards are to plunder, murder, rape at will, to commit acts of unbelievable brutality and savagery. . . In all modern history surely there is no page that will stand so black as that of the rape of Nanking"...

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