Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be

Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be

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Sept 25- Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be China and Russia are partners in Central Asia, but their cooperative efforts are not as robust as they often claim. By Varshini Sridhar September 23, 2020 When China-Central…

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Milton Friedman Answers Smartly!

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Sept 12- Free to Choose writes: “In this classic Free To Choose Network footage (1978), Milton Friedman takes three questions from an audience member and crushes them all. The real problem is, that as we move from the local community to the…

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Turkey vs Greece: Is Erdogan willing to risk war? | To the Point

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Sept 06- Turkish President Erdogan’s foreign policy is growing more aggressive. Is a war between NATO allies over Mediterranean natural gas loomng? Our guests: Galip Dalay (Analyst), Yasemin Ergin (freelance Journalist), Cagri Özdemir (DW) Courtesy- DW News

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Hamas, Israel agree to ceasefire amid COVID-19 spread

Hamas, Israel agree to ceasefire amid COVID-19 spread

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September 2- In tacit acknowledgment of truce, Israel says it will fully reopen fishing zone, border crossings if situation remains calm The Hamas terror group said it accepted a ceasefire agreement with Israel on Monday night, ending a nearly month-long round of…

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Egypt to defuse Israel-Gaza tensions; Iran threatens UAE

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August 18- 1) Tensions along Israel’s southern front with the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip continue to mount – drawing Egypt into the picture, in an attempt to defuse the situation. 2) Iran warns the United Arab Emirates not to allow Israel into the…

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China’s Hidden Cold War with the West

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July 21- The US is in another Cold War with the Chinese Communist Party. But it was late to the game. A new book, Hidden Hand: Exposing How The Chinese Communist Party Is Reshaping The World by Clive Hamilton and Mareike Ohlberg,…

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The Indo-Pacific Vs. the Belt and Road: Nepal’s Great MCC Debate

The Indo-Pacific Vs. the Belt and Road: Nepal’s Great MCC Debate

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June 30- A $500 million grant under the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation faces opposition within Nepal’s ruling party. Nepal, which is in the club of Least Developed Countries (LDC), aspires to become a middle-income country by 2030. To achieve that goal, it desperately needs massive…

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