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China and India tango in renewed global greening mission
Despite being painted by some lobbyists as environmental duds, China and India are defying global expectations by leading the world in greening efforts over the last two decades.
Warsaw conference: US isolating Iran or being isolated?
The United States sought to rally the world to its side against Iran at a conference in Warsaw this week, but ended up looking isolated and lacking muscle in international affairs.
Trump to declare national emergency
U.S. President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency to find the extra funds needed to build his "Mexico Border Wall," which is expected to create the prospect of a new court battle.
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Trump to declare national emergency

By Wang Peng

U.S. President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency to find the extra funds needed to build his "Mexico Border Wall," which is expected to create the prospect of a new court battle.

African Union works towards peace and security

By Hisham AbuBakr Metwally

The newly elected AU Chairperson Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will focus on peace and security on the African continent. However, more funding and support is needed to carry out this task.

9 surprising facts that moved us to action

By Bill and Melinda Gates

In this year's annual letter, we're highlighting nine more things that have surprised us along this journey. Some worry us. Others inspire us. All of them are prodding us to action. Melinda and I hope they do the same for you, because that's how the world gets better.

Good prospects for trilateral cooperation between Nepal, China and India

By Ritu Raj Subedi

Steady improvement in Sino-Indian relations is a beneficial step in promoting the concept of neighboring trilateral cooperation bringing in Nepal.

A new push to the Great Wall's conservation

By Daniel Hyatt

New conservation efforts to preserve the Great Wall of China will protect the country's distinct cultural heritage.

Chinese zodiac postage stamps bridge the world

By Manisha Chakraborty

Forty years ago, China began issuing special stamps highlighting the animal-based 12-year zodiac system. Now, many countries have followed suit to recognize the long history of Chinese culture.

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China and India tango in renewed global greening mission

By Niranjan Sahoo

Despite being painted by some lobbyists as environmental duds, China and India are defying global expectations by leading the world in greening efforts over the last two decades.

Warsaw conference: US isolating Iran or being isolated?

By Jin Liangxiang

The United States sought to rally the world to its side against Iran at a conference in Warsaw this week, but ended up looking isolated and lacking muscle in international affairs.

Slow death of the INF treaty

By Sajjad Malik

Donald Trump's decision to scrap the INF Treaty with Russia is understandable in some ways, but there remains a definite need to find a better replacement.

 
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