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"Deeply saddened, frustrated and disappointed" is how British ambassador to the United Nations Matthew Rycroft described last week's events in the United Nations Security Council.
2015/8/4
It's been a very long race, but the finishing line is now fast approaching.
2015/8/4
The IOC has chosen Beijing as the host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
2015/8/4
Aside from Education Minister Wu Se-hwa, a polarizing figure standing at the center of the recent controversy on how the nation's past will be taught is doubtful that the current fracas will be resolved.
2015/8/4
Historiography refers to both the study of the methodology of historians and development of history as a discipline, and also to a body of historical work on a particular subject. Few laymen know what it is. The methodology is guided by the dictum of Leopold von Rranke, a founder of modern source-based history. Historians have to write "wie es eigentliche gewesen."
2015/8/3
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Turkey has shifted significantly in the war against ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria), and is now striking the enemy directly and permitting the United States-led coalition to use air bases. On July 28, an emergency North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) meeting was held in Brussels, at Turkey's request. Alliance solidarity was reconfirmed.
2015/8/2
The era of social networking continues to bring us irrefutable proof that the pen is mightier than the sword -- and more so now than at any other stage of history.
2015/8/2
In death, Mullah Omar has proved to be as controversial as he was in life.
2015/8/2
After 10 years of negotiations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), a regional trade deal among 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific Region, is still yet to be signed.
2015/8/2
Philippine Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio has once again sounded the alarm on mainland China's continuing activities in the West Philippine Sea.
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