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Since its inception Zimbabwe has been a divided country. Yet after the recent elections there may be hope, provided a ‘healthy’ opposition can rise to the occasion - NEW - https://bit.ly/2NyWJZd
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Trapped in a game of geostrategic chess, Jordan stands as a buffer in a region with little stability. Part 2 in a 3 part series. NEW via John Sjoholm​ - https://bit.ly/2CAyhlU
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Civil society groups in India are outraged, accusing the government of arresting activists to punish and ward off political dissent - https://bit.ly/2NDv6en
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As America bids farewell to the Senator from Arizona, the nation turns its lonely eyes to who? - https://bit.ly/2wAjDVx
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Trapped in the role of pawn in a game of geostrategic chess, Jordan stands as a political and military buffer in a region with little stability. (Part 1 of a 3 part series). NEW via John Sjoholm​ - https://bit.ly/2BYnWju
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An upcoming judicial decision in Texas may leave the fate of #DACA with the Supreme Court - https://bit.ly/2oa1vOM
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In response to U.S. sanctions after pulling out of the #IranDeal, Iran threatened to shut one of the world’s primary sea trade routes, while Russia, India and China have provided a key oil lifeline. Can this save Iran’s teetering economy? - https://bit.ly/2wcifJt
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International students in the US contribute greatly to the revenue of universities nationwide, but it’s becoming more difficult for them to remain in the US after graduation - https://bit.ly/2BFuJym
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On the 50th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia after the failed Prague Spring, Dr. Gary K. Busch reflects on the Cold War and old East-West rivalries fought not on the battlefield, but in factories, ports, schools, universities and cultural centres across the world. Continued from Part 1 - https://bit.ly/2w7QvWp
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China’s leadership faces rising domestic opposition in light of a faltering trade war against the US, leading Chinese society to question some long-standing truths - NEW via John Sjoholm​ - https://bit.ly/2MAqAA0
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