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Could her visit to Beijing signify an unlikely alliance with the People's Republic?
He promised Turkey a hopeful merging of Islam and modernity. Now he is becoming an all too familiar autocrat
At a delicate political moment like this, with elections close, there is no political capital to be gained from offering another view
Demonstrators insisted the Rohingya are an invented ethnicity and demanded that the boat people be sent to Bangladesh
Boat-loads of desperate and malnourished refugees from Burma and Bangladesh are being caught in 'a game of maritime ping-pong'
People have been left wandering the streets with nowhere safe to go
Dozens stranded in sub-zero temperatures on Everest where many climbers have perished
Sometimes it looks as if China is trying to tie India up in knots
Military disengagement and diplomatic engagement have been the hallmark of this presidency in foreign affairs
For any self-respecting foodie McDonald’s and Italy are opposite poles, hell and heaven, sin and salvation
Had the police and prosecutors been a little more patient Knox and Sollecito might never even have been arrested
Shafqat Hussain was convicted of the kidnapping and murder of a seven-year-old child
Given Mario Scaramella’s own murky background, it is not surprising that suspicion for the murder originally fell on him
I would love to know more about Mario Scaramella
Both in the economic and the diplomatic spheres, President Xi will need to move cautiously in the coming year