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Spring recipes that will dazzle

Spring recipes that will dazzle

| April 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

In this issue, as we face a well-deserved spring, I feature recipes that always delight guests with the simple complexity

The real business of Beijing

The real business of Beijing

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In 2017, Australia’s top defence official declared publicly that China was engaged in widespread espionage in his country. Soon after,

Africa’s economic prospects

Africa’s economic prospects

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Population numbers throughout most of Africa will continue to increase severely over the next 30 years. Unless women in sub-Saharan

Who fills the vacuum?

Who fills the vacuum?

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In December 2018, the Trump White House ordered the Pentagon to plan for a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. According to

What happens in Syria now?

What happens in Syria now?

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The United States’ entry into the coalition fight against the Islamic State began in 2015; the Islamic State had cut

The world’s best national debt managers

The world’s best national debt managers

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Debt is a powerful force, with total global government debt exceeding US$65 trillion, up from $37 trillion a decade earlier.

Jordan: A beacon for peace in the Middle East

Jordan: A beacon for peace in the Middle East

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Jordan, as a modern, moderate Muslim Arab country, has achieved remarkable successes in many fields, including education, health, infrastructure, information

Trade with Nepal: Ripe for growth

Trade with Nepal: Ripe for growth

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Nepal and Canada established diplomatic relations in 1965, and have enjoyed longstanding friendly ties ever since. Canada has always supported

Algeria: A gateway for Europe and the Middle East

Algeria: A gateway for Europe and the Middle East

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Algeria’s economy ranks among the most attractive in the North Africa and Middle East region in terms of gross domestic

Right To Play: Opening doors to education

Right To Play: Opening doors to education

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The following wise words came from Julienne, a 12-year-old girl in Rwanda who has become a community hero: “School is