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Climate change denier Trump won’t raise the topic when he hosts next G7 summit at his Florida golf resort

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff, pauses while speaking during a news conference in the press briefing room of the White House in Washington on Thursday. Mulvaney said Donald Trump's Doral golf resort in Miami will be the site of next year's Group of Seven summit, a decision that will reignite claims he's violating a constitutional prohibition against profiting from the presidency. | BLOOMBERG

Climate change will not be on the agenda of next year’s G7 summit, to be held at U.S. President Donald Trump’s Florida golf club, the ...

Uproar as Venezuela wins seat on U.N. Human Rights Council despite report of thousands of extrajudicial executions

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Tarek William Saab talks to the media during a news conference in Caracas Thursday. | REUTERS

Venezuela won a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council Thursday, sparking outcry from the United States, advocacy groups and Latin American countries who say ...

Augmented reality could help Myanmar smash sex taboos as rapes rise

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

People pray at a pagoda during the Thadingyut festival in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Sunday. | REUTERS

Technology could help Myanmar fight a rise in rape cases, said an award-winning entrepreneur who is using augmented reality to bring sex education to the ...

Indonesia fund urged to focus on protecting rainforests and creating carbon trading program

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

Light shines through oil palms in Pelalawan, in Riau province, Indonesia. Many green groups say forests have been cleared in order to plant oil palm plantations. | BLOOMBERG

A new green fund being set up by Indonesia should prioritize protecting its rainforests and creating a carbon trading program to help the country meet ...

Why should Japan trust U.S. security?

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

The headline for Kuni Miyake’s article in the Oct. 16 edition, “Trump’s move in Syria should alarm U.S. allies,” was much more forceful than the ...

Bottled water sellers ponder aluminum cans over plastic

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

A woman drinks bottled water during hot weather in Berlin in July. | BLOOMBERG

Global bottled water giants are ramping up trials of easily recyclable aluminum cans to replace plastic that pollutes the world’s seas. Sound like a slam-dunk ...

Nearly 100 lawmakers, including another Cabinet minister, visit war-linked Yasukuni

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

A group of lawmakers visit Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo on Friday. | KYODO

Internal affairs minister Sanae Takaichi, as well as a cross-party group of about 100 lawmakers, paid homage Friday at war-linked Yasukuni Shrine during its autumn ...

Overzealous reform to protect national security

via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

While stricter scrutiny of foreign investments is warranted, a new government proposal goes too far.

Has the post-American Middle East arrived?

By Peter Apps
- via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

In the Middle East itself, those calling the shots increasingly believe Washington is leaving — and are unconcerned by what America might wish.

Future of China’s nuclear stockpile clouds prospects for new U.S.-Russia missile deal

By David Wainer
- via The Japan Times    Oct 18, 2019

China's Bayi Aerobatic Team performs in the sky during the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force Aviation Open Day on Thursday in Changchun, Jilin province, to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force. | AFP-JIJI

A key hurdle to extending a landmark nuclear treaty between the U.S. and Russia isn’t Donald Trump or Vladimir Putin. It’s China.The New START treaty, ...




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