Cameron Stresses Trade Not Rights in Hanoi

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Jul 30, 2015

The British prime minister, David Cameron, is reported to have urged Vietnamese leaders to embrace political change during his two day visit to the country ending on Thursday.

N. Korean Missiles Sold to Yemeni Rebels Used Against Saudi Arabia

 

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jul 29, 2015

Recent missile attacks on Saudi Arabia have been traced back to missiles sold by North Korea to Yemeni rebels according to an intelligence official from South Korea.

 

Local Experts in Dearborn Share Thoughts on Iran Nuclear Agreement

 

Arab American Media, News Report, Ali Harb , Posted: Jul 29, 2015

The historic agreement reached between world powers and Iran over its nuclear program both will prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

How Being a Kenyan American and an African American Has Shaped Obama’s Presidency

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Jul 28, 2015

The two sides of the president give him an immigrant outlook on America—a side that has emphasized respectability and hard work—as well as an African-American understanding of the structural racism that exists in the U.S.

 

How Tharoor's Suave Oxford Speech United a Polarized India

 

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Posted: Jul 24, 2015

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s video of a speech at an Oxford Union Society debate arguing that Britain owes reparations has gone viral.

North Korean World Cup Delegate’ Bribes FIFA President with Shower of Cash

 

Koream Magazine, News Report, Posted: Jul 20, 2015

Five-term FIFA president Sepp Blatter was set to announce a special election for his replacement to be held in February of next year, but the press conference on early Monday didn’t go exactly as planned.

 

In Cuba, ‘Creeping Capitalism’ Arrives

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Louis Nevaer, Posted: Jul 20, 2015

Unlike Mexico after NAFTA, Cuba is keeping multinationals out, opening up an opportunity for local businesses.

Why African Americans Should Be 1st in Line to Cuba

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Jul 20, 2015

As the U.S. Embassy opens in Havana for the first time in 54 years, we should learn the history that ties black Americans to the black population of the island.

 

Iran Won the Vienna Accords By Agreeing to Stop What It Never Was Doing

 

New America Media, Commentary, William O. Beeman, Posted: Jul 14, 2015

Iran was able to win because it was very easy for it to bluff, by giving up activities in which it had never engaged and never intended to engage.

Kim Jong-un to Grant Large-Scale Pardon to Prisoners, Hopes to Relieve Public Fear

 

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jul 14, 2015

North Korea will grant special pardons next month in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japanese colonial rule and the foundation of the Workers’ Party (WP).

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