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Will Brexit give SNP an edge in the coming election?
The issue of Scottish independence is back on the U.K. political agenda amid the continued struggle over Brexit, but the Scottish politicians face a difficult road if it's going to happen.
What is the future of NATO?
The world's largest military alliance looks increasingly fractured and ill-equipped amidst a shifting global order.
China expo will help alleviate unemployment in Kenya
China-Kenya Industrial Capacity Exposition in Nairobi features myriad of business opportunities between China and Kenya and offers numerous jobs for unemployed Kenyans seeking work.
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Will Brexit give SNP an edge in the coming election?

By Robert Griffiths

The issue of Scottish independence is back on the U.K. political agenda amid the continued struggle over Brexit, but the Scottish politicians face a difficult road if it's going to happen.

China expo will help alleviate unemployment in Kenya

By Stephen Ndegwa

China-Kenya Industrial Capacity Exposition in Nairobi features myriad of business opportunities between China and Kenya and offers numerous jobs for unemployed Kenyans seeking work.

Revived Golden Roosters looks set to become China's Oscars

By Zhang Rui

The outdated Chinese film award Golden Rooster Awards has renewed itself this year, but can it become China's Oscars?

Public disarray shows in shambolic British election

By Robert Griffiths

British politics is in a mess with the prospect of no clear majority in the Dec. 12 General Election and continued uncertainty over whether the country will remain or leave the EU.

Tech to reduce teachers' classroom burden

By Barry He

Technological innovations will be increasingly deployed in the classrooms of the future to ensure that teachers are not overburdened by repetitive tasks and lose their unique human connection with their students.

Customized products and services proliferating Chinese trend

By Rachana Gupta

Love messages written in the snow are part of a growing trend of customized goods and services in China.

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Terrorists still able to get under the wire and cause harm

By Sajjad Malik

The latest terrorist incident in London shows we need to adapt to the changing tactics of the perpetrators in innovative ways to try and end this deadly menace.

Labor's economic Manifesto, crisis and opportunity

By Michael Roberts and Heiko Khoo

Britain's Labor Party rolls out a bold Manifesto to tackle the slew of economic and political problems faced by the U.K., but its success hinges on several issues.

Questions posed by CGI advances

By Mitchell Blatt

Computer-generated imagery (CGI) has reached an advanced stage where a legendary actor who died in 1955 can be brought back to life on the screen, but this raises some troubling issues.

 
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20 years on: China, Japan, ROK seek cooperation amid uncertainties

The Japan-China-ROK trilateral cooperation system has been established after two decades of development.