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Polarization of interests grows over Syria's Idleb
Recent events in Syria bring Damascus, Moscow and Tehran closer in the face of the U.S.-led NATO buildup, potentially increasing military tensions in the region to a new high.
China-ASEAN share the same vision
China and the 10 ASEAN countries are forging a strategic partnership that is a model for the world in international relations.
Return to nationalism and balance of power seen in Trump's UN speech
President Donald Trump's speech to the UN General Assembly was a milestone in American foreign policy. His country stands alone, having chosen to turn back the clock to old-style big power politics, military buildups and trade wars.
Denmark charts an alternative way for integration and secularism
In a surprise move, Danish social democrats are moving back to an old-style statist policy of enforced integration to cope with the migrant crisis – a possible lesson for other European leftwing parties.
Deciphering the Ahvaz terror attack
As Iran continues to deal with terrorist attacks, the country needs to do a better job both regionally and internationally.
Building a community of shared future for humanity
Elimination of poverty has been a big focus of China's drive for modernization. However, this is a global problem and a recent forum in Beijing shows how countries can learn from each other in this regard.
Can Russia-Turkey agreement save Idlib?
The Sochi agreement between Russia and Turkey has created a tiny window of hope and opportunity in the war-torn Syrian region of Idlib. It should be fully respected and implemented.
Trump admin faces #MeToo crisis
Kavanaugh nomination to U.S. Supreme Court reflects shocking double standard towards sexual assault in Trump administration.
The Kim-Moon summit
The leaders of North and South Korea are meeting enthusiastically for the third time this year to improve the relations and create an atmosphere of trust and goodwill that ultimately may bring lasting peace and stability to the troubled peninsula.
Corbyn: The battle for Labour is the battle for Britain
Ever since he won a surprise victory to become leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn has been the subject of attack from within and without, but he has hung on. The fight for a socialist Britain is far from over.
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