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Myanmar has made substantial shifts towards its relations with major powers comprising China, Russia and the United States. They are key regional players in Southeast Asia which will impact directly on peace and stability as well as economic development in Myanmar.
 
For the past 50 years the Association of Southeast Asian Nations has been a reliable partnership for peace and stability in this geopolitically important part of the world. There is no reason why the bloc cannot continue in a role it has performed so well, but ample cause now to do more.
 
The Chinese government apparently worries that, as it puts it, "storm clouds are gathering" over the Korean Peninsula. If the United States and the two Koreas "let war break out, they must shoulder that historic culpability and pay the corresponding price," said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
 
Sensitive folks are good at sniffing out what's going on beneath the surface. They know, for instance, that "fine" is never really "fine," and that "forget it" actually means "I will never forget this. Ever."
 
To many, for the past 10 days the Korean Peninsula appeared to have been edging toward the brink of war.
 
Britain's early election could draw some support away from the Scottish National Party (SNP) but will likely bolster First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's call for an independence referendum, experts say.
 
All Americans are lucky to live in a country brimming with public resources that everyone can share.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump congratulated Turkey's president for sweeping up more power.
 
Brazilian voters are sharpening their pitchforks.
 
The Trump administration is making the right military moves to halt Pyongyang's nuclear ambition.
 
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