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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    What we know about the new C.1.2 coronavirus variant

    A new variant found in South Africa is getting attention for the number and types of mutations it contains and the speed at which they occur. While much of the world’s focus has been on the Delta variant of coronavirus, a new variant has been identified in South Africa. Currently referred to as the C.1.2 […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    What we know about the new C.1.2 coronavirus variant

    A new variant found in South Africa is getting attention for the number and types of mutations it contains and the speed at which they occur. While much of the world’s focus has been on the Delta variant of coronavirus, a new variant has been identified in South Africa. Currently referred to as the C.1.2 […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    What we know about the new C.1.2 coronavirus variant

    A new variant found in South Africa is getting attention for the number and types of mutations it contains and the speed at which they occur. While much of the world’s focus has been on the Delta variant of coronavirus, a new variant has been identified in South Africa. Currently referred to as the C.1.2 […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    The World Isn’t Ready for the Next Outbreak

    Andrew C. Heinrich and Saad B. Omer

    The COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest global health crisis in at least a generation, and international organizations have responded accordingly. By building on measures initially developed to counter the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the global community’s response has easily been the most multilateral public health campaign in human history. By April 2020, for […] More

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    Pakistan’s Civil-Military Leadership vow to meet all security challenges

    The country’s civil and military leadership on 9th September 2021 vowed to meet all external and internal security challenges vigorously by eliminating re-emerging terrorists and extremist groups through coordinated efforts of all relevant authorities. They also reviewed and revised the National Action Plan (NAP) launched in January 2015 to crack down on terrorism and supplement […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    The World Isn’t Ready for the Next Outbreak

    Andrew C. Heinrich and Saad B. Omer

    The COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest global health crisis in at least a generation, and international organizations have responded accordingly. By building on measures initially developed to counter the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the global community’s response has easily been the most multilateral public health campaign in human history. By April 2020, for […] More

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    Pakistan’s Civil-Military Leadership vow to meet all security challenges

    The country’s civil and military leadership on 9th September 2021 vowed to meet all external and internal security challenges vigorously by eliminating re-emerging terrorists and extremist groups through coordinated efforts of all relevant authorities. They also reviewed and revised the National Action Plan (NAP) launched in January 2015 to crack down on terrorism and supplement […] More

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    CIA director meets Bajwa, ISI chief at GHQ

    Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns discussed the situation in Afghanistan with Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lt Gen Faiz Hamid, the ISPR said on Thursday September 9th. “Mr William Joseph Burns, Director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), USA, called on General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    How a submarine deal sparked a major diplomatic crisis

    Australia’s move to ditch a $66bn submarine deal has spiralled into an unprecedented diplomatic row between Western allies.

    Australia’s decision to cancel a multibillion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of American and British technology has sparked a diplomatic row of unprecedented proportions between longtime Western allies. The French foreign ministry recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia citing “duplicity, disdain and lies”. Alongside the economic damage for tens of billions […] More

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    How free trade has harmed Colombia’s Black communities

    Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities. In 2013, US Vice President Joe Biden visited Colombia and met with then-President Juan Manuel Santos to cement ties between the two countries. Just a year before, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) had been ratified between the two which proponents […] More

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    Foreign Governments, Experts Urge Peace After Myanmar Opposition Announces Mass Uprising

    The National Unity Government’s declaration of a “people’s defensive war” has raised a host of political and ethical questions. Southeast Asian and Western countries have urged all sides in Myanmar to refrain from violence and allow in humanitarian aid, after the country’s shadow government declared a nationwide uprising against the junta that took power in […] More

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    Foreign Minister Qureshi visits Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to discuss the evolving situation in Afghanistan

    According to Foreign Office (FO), FM Qureshi had high-level interactions to exchange views on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and on enhancing bilateral relations. The foreign minister also shared Pakistan’s perspective on the latest developments in Afghanistan. The FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said Pakistan believed the neighboring countries had a vital stake in the […] More

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    The World Isn’t Ready for the Next Outbreak

    Andrew C. Heinrich and Saad B. Omer

    The COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest global health crisis in at least a generation, and international organizations have responded accordingly. By building on measures initially developed to counter the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the global community’s response has easily been the most multilateral public health campaign in human history. By April 2020, for […] More

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