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‘Visitors can become poor’: Chinese netizens debate whether Singapore is too costly to visit

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BEIJING – When marketing planner Johnnie Zhu, 28, visited Singapore for a day over the New Year weekend, he blew his budget by 30 per cent on the back of higher-than-expected food and transport costs.…
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Ramification Fall of The House of Ming: Money, militia and Myanmar

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With the Eastern Armed Organisations increasing drug production to sustain their offensive against the junta, observers must ask themselves whether China’s uncontested influence over the region and the fall of the House of Ming will fulfill the world’s…

Is the situation changing in favour of Russia in its war against Ukraine?

By ChinaPulse.com

The war in Ukraine has sprung back to life over the last few days with activation of the Eastern battlefront in Donbas. Worldwide, the public’s appetite for war, however, seems to have stemmed after the horrific events in both Ukraine and Gaza.…

What comes after the post-Wall world?

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Open this photo in gallery: THE GLOBE AND MAIL. SOURCES: GETTY IMAGES
Timothy Garton Ash is professor of European studies at the University of Oxford and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.…
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Ram Madhav writes: With Mauritius joining project, India’s rising power in the Indian Ocean

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Agalega is a tiny speck in the vast waters of the Western Indian Ocean. This atoll, comprising two islands, North and South Agalega, separated by a short channel not wider than 200 metres, is just 25 square kilometres in area.…
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Why is Canada’s economy stuck in the last century?

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Open this photo in gallery: Wide sweep of Bay Street in Toronto, looking north from Front Street towards City Hall, 1902. Photo by Alexander Galbraith (Galbraith Collection).Alexander Galbraith
John Rapley is an author and academic who divides his time…

UPSC Essentials Daily subject-wise quiz : International Relations (Week 47)

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UPSC Essentials brings to you its initiative of subject-wise quizzes. These quizzes are designed to help you revise some of the most important topics from the static part of the syllabus.…
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India Stands Firm With Developing Nations As 12th Hour WTO Negotiations Continue In Abu Dhabi

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With few hours left before the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) closing session in Abu Dhabi, India stands firm on safeguarding the interests of developing nations amid “delicately poised” negotiations. Negotiators released new draft deals on Friday sh…

India Stands Firm With Developing Nations As 12th Hour WTO Negotiations Continue In Abu Dhabi

By ChinaPulse.com

With few hours left before the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) closing session in Abu Dhabi, India stands firm on safeguarding the interests of developing nations amid “delicately poised” negotiations. Negotiators released new draft deals on Friday sh…

Aoife Fitzpatrick wins Kate O’Brien Award

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In this Saturday’s Irish Times, Mary Costello talks to me about her new story collection, Barcelona. Tana French tells Niamh Donnelly about her new novel, The Hunter. Iryna Kovalchuk writes about reading on the frontline: Ukrainian soldiers finding ins…