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Former diplomat takes on Tsing Hua university role

William Stanton, former director of the Taipei office of the American Institute in Taiwan, has been named interim senior vice president for Global Affairs at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), widely regarded as one of Taiwan's top colleges. ... Taipei Times Online, 1 day ago

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The business of peacebuilding: what role for the private sector? INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

The private sector has a role to play in post-conflict reconstruction and development, but any engagements must be approached with caution. This is one of the core findings of a recently launched paper by the (ISS). The paper argues that South ... day ago Africa: The Business of Peacebuilding - What Role for the Private Sector?  AllAfrica.com4 days ago

Ravalomanana gatecrashes the party INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

Ousted Malagasy President Marc Ravalomanana gambled big when he flew home under the political and also, presumably, the military radar on Sunday. For a moment it looked like his gamble had backfired badly when he was detained within hours of ... days ago

Church disaster a test for relations between Africa's big powers INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

South Africa and Nigeria have to work together for many continental initiatives to really take off: by all accounts, it is one of the most important relationships to take Africa forward. Recently, however, the already strained relations between ... weeks ago Africa update - October 9, 2014  Lexology1 week ago SA is a regional hub for Africa, but must work to maintain it  IOL2 weeks ago

Too much at stake for South Sudan to expel foreign workers INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

the government of South Sudan ordered all non-governmental organisations, private companies, banks, insurance, telecommunication and petroleum companies, hotels and lodges to notify all foreign employees to cease working by 15 October. It said the ... weeks ago

Trilateral dialogue stresses regional approach to counter challenges

ISLAMABAD (NNI): A collective regional approach toward countering issues and meeting challenges was emphasized by diplomats, scholars and researchers Sunday on the opening day of China-Afghanistan-Pakistan trilateral dialogue here. In his keynote ...
 Frontier Post1 day ago

Opinion: Turkey's tough choice

Editor's note: Gönül Tol is the founding director of The Middle East Institute's Center for Turkish Studies and an adjunct professor at George Washington University's Institute for Middle East Studies. The views expressed in this commentary are ...
 CNN1 week ago Turkey's tough choice  CNN1 week ago Turkey's tough choice: Take on ISIS or the PKK?  CNN2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Pakistan-China-Afghanistan trilateral dialogue seeks cooperation

Home » Islamabad By Islamabad: The Pakistan-China Institute, in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, will hold a two-day international conference, The Islamabad Trilateral Dialogue: China-Afghanistan-Pakistan, on 19th-20th October 2014 at ...
 Pakistan Press International1 day ago Trilateral conference of Pak-Afghan-China today  Business Recorder3 days ago Trilateral Pakistan-China-Afghanistan conference today  Pakistan Today3 days ago

Confucius Institute contributes to China-UAE exchange

The Confucius Institute at the University of Dubai (CIUD) has made substantial contribution to the cultural exchange between China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a scholar has said.The institute, which provides courses on Chinese language and ... days ago Confucius Institute greatly contributes to China-UAE cultural exchange: scholar  Xinhua News Agency5 days ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Thailand's coup leader works to win over EU's diplomats

BRUSSELS -- Thailand's military leaders may have swapped their army fatigues for silk suits after their May 22 coup, but at least in Europe, some governments have indicated that the newly established class of civilian-styled generals is not fooling ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago Meanwhile In Thailand: Junta Clamps Down Since May Coup  Worldcrunch6 days ago
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