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Reelected president embarks on new path for Kazakhstan

The Jerusalem Post 05 Dec 2022
Newly reelected Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev is diligently trying to pave a new foreign policy path for his Central Asian country in a strategic region where Russia, China, Turkey, and the United States are vying for greater dominance ... Russia, and the West," he said.
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Central Asia: Hard Work Starts after the German Foreign Minister’s Visit

Human Rights Watch 05 Dec 2022
Central Asia has gained more prominence in German foreign policy since the start of Russia’s war in Ukraine ... The German foreign minister told leaders in both countries that they did not need to be “straitjacketed” by Russia ... Promoting a human rights-oriented foreign policy was an important element of her visit.
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“No, Putin Did Not Start the War in Ukraine”. Towards a U.S. War against Russia?

GlobalResearch 05 Dec 2022
Have you ever asked yourself why a foreign policy mandarin like John Mearsheimer would put his reputation on the chopping block to inform the people that if the policy persists Ukraine will be obliterated and the US will likely end up in a nuclear war with Russia? Here’s Mearsheimer..
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First birthday tensions for Berlin’s traffic-light coalition

The Irish Times 05 Dec 2022
[ The Irish Times view on German foreign policy ... The SPD, the Russia-friendly centre-left grouping that lay behind the Brandt-era détente and Schröder-era policy of transformation-through-trade, has cut most ties with Moscow. Now it wants Europe to “organise its security not with Russia, but against it”.
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Eyeing power, UK Labour Party vows to abolish House of Lords

The Associated Press 05 Dec 2022
Speaking at a conference of international foreign policy experts, Putin said it's pointless for Russia to strike Ukraine with nuclear weapons ... Putin also acknowledged the challenges posed by Western sanctions, but argued that Russia has proven resilient to foreign pressure and has become more united.
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Russia Regularly Warns West That Direct Nuclear Powers Clash Unacceptable - Lavrov

Urdu Point 05 Dec 2022
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 05th December, 2022) The policy of the United States and NATO towards an actual military confrontation with Russia is fraught with catastrophic consequences, ...
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UK to allow staff to request flexible working from first day of job

Hindustan Times 05 Dec 2022
UK workers will be able to request flexible employment from the first day of a job under government plans announced Monday ... Also Read. NATO policy risks 'direct clash' between nuclear powers. Russia foreign minister ... Also Read. Russia says oil price cap 'will not affect' Ukraine ‘special military operation’ ... ....
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Political instability in Italy has always affected reform

Economist 05 Dec 2022
Mr Renzi suggests the European elections in 2024 could be a crunch test.\nHowever enduring Ms Meloni’s government proves, what will she do? Initial fears over her foreign policy seem to have faded ... Although he welcomes foreign investment, he cautions against predatory acquisitions.
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Local to Global: Letter to President Joe Biden

The Recorder 05 Dec 2022
It’s the contrast of this youthful experience with your foreign policy today — specifically your dangerously hostile attitude toward China and Russia, both nuclear powers, and China, an economic giant in need of constraint as U.S.
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Turkey asks for understanding after US warning against Syria incursion

The Jerusalem Post 04 Dec 2022
“Any tension between Turkey and the United States will produce positive consequences for Russia.”Aydin Sezer, foreign policy analyst. Aydin Sezer, an Ankara-based foreign policy analyst, told The Media Line that Erdoğan may use the US’s opposition as a campaign ...
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Germany's Scholz weathers shocks in turbulent first year

Urdu Point 04 Dec 2022
The chancellor faced accusations he was pursuing the same mercantilist, trade-focused foreign policy of previous German governments, which led to economic ties flourishing with authoritarian Russia, but ultimately left Berlin vulnerable.
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Is Russia happy it sabotaged a new US-Iran deal? - analysis

The Jerusalem Post 04 Dec 2022
More than a decade ago when the Obama administration came into office there was a decision in Washington, backed by those critical of the old foreign policy establishment and those involved in “realist” circles, that advocated for the US working with Russia and Iran.
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Pakistan's former premier Imran Khan accuses Gen Bajwa of playing ‘double game’ against his govt

India TV 04 Dec 2022
"Gen Bajwa was playing a double game and I discovered later that even PTI’s members were being given different messages,” he claimed ... He had alleged that the no-confidence vote was part of a US-led conspiracy targeting him because of his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia, China, and Afghanistan. The US has denied the allegations ... ....
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Pakistan: Imran Khan accuses Gen Bajwa of playing ‘double game’ against his govt

Khaleejtimes 04 Dec 2022
Khan also claimed that he received reports from Intelligence Bureau (IB) on “what games were being played against his government” ... ALSO READ ... He had alleged that the no-confidence vote was part of a US-led conspiracy targeting him because of his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia, China, and Afghanistan. The US has denied the allegations. .
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Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan accuses Gen Bajwa of playing double game’ against his govt

The Siasat Daily 04 Dec 2022
Islamabad ... Khan also claimed that he received reports from Intelligence Bureau (IB) on “what games were being played against his government” ... Also Read ... He had alleged that the no-confidence vote was part of a US-led conspiracy targeting him because of his independent foreign policy decisions on Russia, China, and Afghanistan ... .

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, third right, listens to Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, left, as he visits the Crimean Bridge connecting Russian mainland and Crimean peninsula over the Kerch Strait, which was damaged by a truck bomb attack in October, after restoration works, not far from Kerch, Crimea, Monday, Dec. 5, 2022.
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