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Twenty-five million Pakistani children of school-going age are not currently enrolled in any educational institution.
2014/10/30
An increasingly self-confident China is now seeking to reshape the world through playing leadership roles in international organizations, such as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum next week in Beijing. This is a rare opportunity, since APEC members take turns hosting the annual meetings, with China last playing host in 2001.
2014/10/29
Appointments to the Indonesian Cabinet certainly should take both professional and political considerations into account to establish a highly competent working team with strong political foundations. But the process of working out the best balance between the need to secure maximum policy effectiveness and the imperative of accommodating political realities is quite delicate and complex.
2014/10/28
Smoking cigarettes is the number one preventable cause of death. Six million people die each year from tobacco use and this number will rise to eight million by 2030, most of them in developing countries.
2014/10/28
The People's Republic of China is expanding at least two of the Spratly Islands to heighten tensions in the South China Sea. One of them is Fiery Cross Reef, also known as Yongshu Reef (永暑磯), which is actually a group of three reefs. The other is Johnson South Reef, known in Chinese as (赤瓜磯), which lies adjacent to the Vietnamese-occupied Collins Reef.
2014/10/27
Government data this week showed South Korea's tax collection continuing to fall below target this year amid a prolonged economic slump.
2014/10/27
Here in the world's U.S. financial capital, some extraordinary tales of old and new wealth emerged last month. On the eve of a United Nations climate summit, members of the storied Rockefeller family, which made its vast fortune originally in oil, joined in a pledge to divest more than US$56 billion of investments in fossil fuel in favor of clean energy.
2014/10/27
Traveling through to Washington D.C. last week to attend a conference on the future of emerging markets, I was cut off from the rest of the world when my Mac hard drive crashed. Luckily my Mexican host was a young computer genius who fixed it by changing the drive to a new flash memory card and lo and behold, my computer is faster and slightly lighter, but I lost all my past files.
2014/10/26
Turkey has announced a major shift in policy, in a direction strongly desired — and strongly pressed — by the United States and our allies in the war against ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria). The government in Ankara has agreed to allow Kurd forces from Iraq to cross Turkey's borders to battle ISIS terrorists in Syria.
2014/10/26
I just looked up “aggressive” in a fat dictionary which promises in a blurb on its cover to help writers to improve their efforts (hmm). The scholars there split their definition into two parts.
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