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What does the new US policy on Afghanistan mean for India and Pakistan?   
This article is part of the India Economic Summit In a recent interview, Husain Haqqani, Pakistan’s former ambassador to the US, alleged that the new US policy on Afghanistan is a paradigm shift. He emphasized two changes in particular: the first, that the policy is “holding out the prospect of tre...
Meet China’s social media giant: Everything you need to know about Tencent   
In April, Chinese internet firm Tencent became the world's 10th biggest publicly traded company by market value. This put it ahead of US financial services giant Wells Fargo and only a few notches below the likes of Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon. In its latest results, Tencent’s total reven...
China is looking at banning the sale of petrol and diesel cars   
Beijing (Reuters) - China has begun studying when to ban the production and sale of cars using traditional fuels, the official Xinhua news agency reported, citing comments by the vice industry minister, who predicted “turbulent times” for automakers forced to adapt. Xin Guobin did not give details ...
Still wanted: New approaches to migration for Europe   
The recent high-level Paris meeting on managing migration from Africa still falls far short of resolving the issue. Lush gardens and gold-festooned state rooms were the setting late last month for the leaders of France, Italy and Spain, and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, to ...
Issa Amro and the EU’s Palestinian Authority problem   
The EU needs to rein in the Palestinian Authority in the face of its crackdown, lest it undermines its own reputation as a defender of human rights. Today, an EU recognised human rights defender and anti-occupation activist has been harassed and arbitrarily detained by the EU funded Palestinian Auth...
Act now: Palestinian activist arrested after Facebook post | Amnesty International UK   
Posted 06 Sep 2017, 4:00pm By Almas Korotana 0 comments On Monday, prominent Palestinian human rights defender Issa Amro was arrested by the country’s security forces. The reason? He was critical on Facebook about the arrest of a radio journalist by the Palestinian authorities and has been charged ...
Campaigning to free Kamal Foroughi, the longest imprisoned EU citizen in Iran | Amnesty International UK   
Posted 06 Sep 2017, 10:19am By Francesca.Pateman 0 comments Written by Daren Nair, Amnesty International UK activist.?On 3 September 2017, British grandfather Kamal Foroughi turned 78 years old. This was his 2,315th day behind bars in Iran’s Evin Prison. My local Amnesty group and I have spent the ...
China is cracking down on cryptocurrencies   
China announced a crackdown on "ICOs" — issuing of new virtual currencies; Wording of edict makes all cryptocurrency trading illegal, according to eToro China exec; Others dispute interpretation, as Chinese exchanges continue to operate. London — China's crackdown on "initial coin offerings" may be...
China is aiming to build a supersonic “flying train”   
The Hyperloop is getting some Chinese competition. The country’s state-run space contractor, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC), announced yesterday (Aug. 30) that it has started research on a “high-speed flying train” that it says will be able to reach top speeds of 4,000 km ...
Pakistan to the US: Don’t Threaten Us. We Can Walk Away   
It is said that in order to understand Pakistan, you need to know three ‘A’s’: Allah; America; and the army. While Allah and the army are still central to Pakistan, it can be argued that America’s importance is fading fast. US President Donald Trump’s scathing speech last month singling out Pakista...
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