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New partnership between FAO and UNFCCC climate body
Thursday 23 March 2017|Food Security|  Views:: : 18 |

  FAO and the world's leading climate-change authority signed an agreement today allowing both institutions to better serve countries around the world to adapt to and mitigate the impact of warmer global temperatures and meet their pledges to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

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The New 'Normal' in the East China Sea
Friday, 17 March 2017|Security|  Views:: : 9 |

  While attention over the past year in the Asia-Pacific has been focused on developments in the South China Sea — in particular China's ongoing island-building efforts and expansion of coast guard activities — a new and potentially more destabilizing “normal” has set in around the East China Sea between China and Japan. This normal has...

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No end to terrorism without better Pakistan-Afghanistan-India ties
Thursday, 16 March 2016|Security|  Views:: : 11 |

  The wave of terrorism Pakistan and the wider region is facing cannot alone be defeated through military operations. With its multi-national reach and goals, terrorism can only be truly eradicated if countries in the region – mainly Pakistan, Afghanistan and India – come together and cooperate. In the last 16 years, scores..

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Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the 'Good Taliban'
Mon,13 March 2017 14:40|Security|  Views:: : 50 |

  On March 7 and 8, Islamabad reopened its western border with Afghanistan at the Torkham and Chaman crossings. Prior to that, the border had been closed for 18 days, Pakistan’s response to terrorist attacks believed to have been planned in Afghanistan...

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What’s Next for Myanmar’s Rakhine State?
Mon,13 March 2017 14:05|Security|  Views:: : 50 |

  Four months after a retaliatory counterinsurgency campaign plunged Myanmar’s western coast into the depths of a humanitarian crisis, the government suddenly, and without much fanfare, declared the military operation over as of February 9.

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Will Russia and the US compete in Cuba?
Monday, 13 March 2017|Political|  Views:: : 10 |

  As the U.S. begins establishing diplomatic relationships with Cuba, public attention has been focused on whether the true benefactors are the Cuban people or the government of its leader RaĂşl Castro. However, there has been little attention given to the geopolitical drivers of the U.S. controversial attempt to lift an embargo........

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How Did China Lose South Korea?
Thu, 09 March 2017|Deplomacy|  Views:: : 9 |

  It is a Chinese diplomatic tradition to celebrate the anniversaries of important events in its relations with foreign nations. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and South Korea. Instead of high-level visits or grand ceremonies, however, the anniversary is...

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