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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
In Indian media, experts often discuss China's expansionism, economic clout, aggressive foreign policy and its military threat to India as well as other nations without really contextualizing the historical factors that have played a critical role in shaping China's current nationalist policies.
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There's no loss of face in Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' about-turn in damping his nation's debt crisis. He made the right choice between an immediate chaotic exit from the European Union and staying within its fold -- for now.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Footage of Queen Elizabeth II giving a Nazi salute as a child on Sunday revived an uncomfortable debate about the British royal family's historic links to Adolf Hitler's murderous regime in Germany.
Depending on whom you ask, the Iran nuclear deal is either an important breakthrough that removes a key threat in the Middle East or a historic mistake that will plunge the region into a nuclear arms race.
Why not finish work earlier than usual so you can enjoy the evening hours with your family or friends?
Living with his parents in a village near Sialkot, northeast Pakistan, Qasim Ali was everyone's favorite child. On most afternoons, he played cricket outdoors with his best friend, Saqlain.
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be." This famous quote from the play "Hamlet" makes Shakespeare as relevant as ever.
Monday, July 20, 2015
Reddit became one of the most visited websites in the world on the backs of users devoted to the online bulletin board where people could post just about anything.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that the government will go back to the drawing board regarding the construction plan of the new National Stadium.
For John Kerry, vindication came at midnight. As last Monday became Tuesday in Vienna, the U.S. secretary of state picked up the telephone in his first-floor room at the ornate, 19th-century Palais Coburg and called the White House.
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