CPEC and the Regional Re-alignment

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Sabena Siddiqi

China and Pakistan started the China Pakistan Economic Corridor project in 2015, it is China’s largest investment in any foreign country to date and promises to be a game-changer for the entire region.

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Challenging pillar of U.S. democracy, Trump says he may not accept election result

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Steve Holland and Emily Stephenson

Republican candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday would not commit to accepting the outcome of the Nov. 8 U.S. presidential election if he loses, challenging a cornerstone of American democracy and sending shockwaves across the political spectrum.

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The National dialogue in Sudan has died a clinical death

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Mohamed Elgadi

It is unfortunate for Sudan, to a scandalous degree that the national dialogue is no longer, this from a terrorist Khartoum government led by President Omar al-Bashir.

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Epitomizing The Free Thinker: Kiriti Sengupta’s Democratic Spirit

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Casey Dorman

I once told Kiriti Sengupta, in an email, “You epitomize the free thinker who respects tradition—a combination rarely seen.”

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The ‘De-Banking’ Element

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Ricardo Swire

Financial institution gurus term the trend “de-risking” or “de-banking.” Over the past five years several major international banks discarded longstanding Caribbean relationships. Barbados, the Bahamas, Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago all had Correspondent Bank Relationships (CBR) terminated. That US dollar transactions underpin commerce is a unanimous worldwide rule.

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Aberfan: Sir Karl Jenkins’ choral memorial to disaster

David Hurn

 

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Hazel Speed

The heading of this article itself, together with link for full information seems in one way all the due reverence required to remember such a tragedy of lives lost and ongoing sincere sympathy to all the families involved.

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