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Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
As global uncertainty increases, so the Republic of China’s future becomes more uncertain
SA defends 'ambivalent' stance on Syria
SA defends 'ambivalent' stance on Syria
Lindiwe Zulu, President Jacob Zuma's special adviser on foreign relations, has defended South Africa's decision to abstain on a United Nations...
China's big economic stick: No Dalai Lama allowed
China's big economic stick: No Dalai Lama allowed
The Chinese government is increasingly using economic pressure to bully foreign governments into not meeting the Tibetan spiritual leader, the...
North Korea warns South it's ready for war
North Korea warns South it's ready for war
North Korea said on Thursday it was ready for war with the South, just hours before United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was set to...
Visas the tip of an iceberg
Visas the tip of an iceberg
Britain's imposition of visa requirements on South Africans entering the United Kingdom -- a reaction to South Africa's chronic passport insecurity...
Iran: Obama must apologise for past bad acts
Iran: Obama must apologise for past bad acts
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad demanded on Wednesday that United States President Barack Obama apologise for "crimes" committed by the US...
A maturing China-Africa relationship
A maturing China-Africa relationship
Last week, on the first day of a timely Japan-Africa summit in Yokohama, Japan pledged more than $1,9-billion to Africa over the next five years....

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