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I ventured to Ethiopia to investigate further the economic and sustainability potential of this large and populous nation.
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As Najib Razak, Malaysia's current Prime Minister, struggles for political survival on the back of the 1MDB scandal, observers are questioning whether this signals the end of his position as the nation's leader.
Other than the occasional bursts of IPhone shipments, it's been all downhill for China this decade.
She's traveled all over the world, but today, and nearly every day, the longest journey that Anastasia Damianeas will take is from her home to her office.
Cyberweaponry requires cyberdeterrence and new types of internet shields. Major U.S. corporations spend millions repairing damage from cyber infiltration, but devote hardly any resources to assessing potential risk sources and pre-emptive mitigation.
Collapsing before Buddha and falling before the Pope, did not make me more religious, but in the years since it has caused me to reflect about religion -- religion in China.
The truth is the U.S. is demonstrating strong leadership by implementing the Clean Power Plan. This is a plan the vast majority of Americans support. And we have seen time and again that U.S. leadership is encouraging stronger actions by countries such as China and India.
Business Insider defense and military editor Armin Rosen recently traveled to Niger where he reported on the controversy over the Soraz refinery shutdown. Armin joins Eric & Cobus -- in the podcast above -- to explain why he thinks China National Petroleum Corporation is to blame for the recent turmoil.
I don't fancy sitting on top of other passengers in an A380 or larger plane, and worrying about more people breathing the same recycled, often staler, air pumped into the cabin.
While there are American-style liberals in China, some intellectuals and others view freedom through a different, and they say Chinese, prism. Some reject U.S.-style democracy without exactly affirming CCP-led autocracy. Everyone wants to be heard, but they don't necessarily want everyone else, especially the rural masses, to be heard.
On September 8, 2015, Shimon Perez, Israel's former president, prime minister and Noble Peace Prize winner delivered an address to leaders from within Israel, and dignitaries and guests from around the world attending the official opening of Jerusalem's newest museum, the Friends of Zion Heritage Center.
Lower tariffs so that it's cheaper for the 12 countries to buy each other's goods. It also sets new environmental and labor standards, and makes it easier for service industries (think: finance) to do business across borders.
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What begins as a satisfying exercise on unison dancing degrades into an embodiment of the human experience through a series of long vignettes incorporating two simple stools and, near the end, a gray table sitting cockeyed upstage for the duration of the work.