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‘Dramatic shift’: China’s maritime militia intensifies activity in South China Sea

‘Dramatic shift’: China’s maritime militia intensifies activity in South China Sea

As per a Bloomberg report, the increase from a year earlier was accompanied by ‘a dramatic shift’ in vessels to…
Pakistan’s army still firmly in command despite election rebuke

Pakistan’s army still firmly in command despite election rebuke

Pakistan’s recent election result shows disillusionment with the military, which retains control over foreign policy, security, and the economy. The…
Congressional leaders reach a tentative deal to avoid government shutdown. But Ukraine aid stalls

Congressional leaders reach a tentative deal to avoid government shutdown. But Ukraine aid stalls

Congressional leaders reached a tentative agreement to prevent a government shutdown by temporarily funding federal agencies through March. Negotiators are…
Embattled Japan PM faces ethics committee to save popularity and budget

Embattled Japan PM faces ethics committee to save popularity and budget

Fumio Kishida, the Japanese Prime Minister, will attend a parliamentary ethics committee to address a funding scandal. The committee will…
China expands scope of ‘state secrets’ law in security push

China expands scope of ‘state secrets’ law in security push

China’s revisions to its state secrets law increase national security risks for foreign businesses, impacting foreign direct investment. The law’s…
Portugal: Europe’s last open door for immigrants

Portugal: Europe’s last open door for immigrants

In Sao Teotonio, a small country town in southwest Portugal, there are more Indian and Nepalese restaurants than Portuguese ones.…
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