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Part 2 So now, here is raising the issue in the title of this article: Can a nation attack itself? China has never been conquered Of all the nations in history that have been subject to foreign aggression, China is the only one that has never been really conquered. This…

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WASHINGTON: Donald Trump has gambled with US diplomatic credibility by attacking an Iran nuclear deal that his European allies cherish as a benchmark for international cooperation. And in doing so the US president has underlined the risk that his “America First” foreign policy will translate to one of “America Alone”…

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WASHINGTON: Washington is softening its position on European plans to impose taxes on US tech giants such as Apple and Google, officials said this week. The evolving attitude in recent days would mark a stark shift from American officials’ frustration at previous efforts by European authorities to collect taxes from…

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BY DAVID FRUM THE ATLANTIC ONLINE The United States is gripped by two interlocking constitutional crises: one spectacularly visible and noisy; the other unfolding more quietly. Sen. Bob Corker’s Sunday remarks to The New York Times brought the quiet crisis into full public view. The noisy crisis is, of course,…

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Raymond Partolan lifted his denim pant leg a few inches to reveal more of his brown boots. He offered an apology for his casual attire; it’s Friday — the one weekday where he can wear what makes him feel most comfortable to work at the Atlanta-area law office. He loves…

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WHILE we are reveling over President Duterte’s seemingly triumphant joust with the seven-member delegation from the European parliament, and the Human Rights Watch, I submit that it will be instructive for Filipinos to reflect on whether DU30’s understanding of “national sovereignty” is any different from Kim…

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