|career diplomat||Kariyer diplomatı|
|diplomat and politician||Diplomat ve politikacı|
|diplomat who served||Hizmet veren diplomat|
|former diplomat||Eski diplomat|
|politician and diplomat||Politikacı ve diplomat|
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· Moon to replace protocol secretary, source says →
Moon picked Tak Hyun-min, a former Cheong Wa Dae official, to succeed Bahk Sahng-hoon, a career diplomat serving in the post, according to the source, who asked not to be named.
· Dollar dips as pandemic recovery hopes buoy risk assets →
The latest salvos came over the weekend, with White House National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien warning of potential sanctions if Hong Kong’s autonomy was undermined, and China’s top diplomat Wang Yi criticising US attacks as a “smear”.
The Japan Times
· High-stakes power play: Xi moves to subdue Hong Kong →
As the pandemic spreads, Beijing has unleashed what Chinese commentators dub “wolf-warrior” diplomats — envoys who are lashing out against perceived slights or criticism with mockery and threats of trade retaliation.
· Morning mail: Morrison warns stimulus will end, deep ocean heating, how to spot a dunnart →
Lawyers for Drew Pavlou, a student facing expulsion over his pro-Hong Kong protests, have demanded that the University of Queensland sack the Chinese diplomat Xu Jie from his role as an adjunct professor.
· Is Syria's President Bashar al-Assad turning on his cronies? →
Bassam Barabandi - Former Syrian diplomat and a non-resident fellow at the Center for Global Policy
The Wall Street Journal
· China’s Xi Moves to Tighten Grip on Hong Kong With New Laws →
HONG KONG—With his plan to impose sweeping antisedition legislation on Hong Kong, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has revealed a willingness to alter the onetime British colony’s special status as a self-governing city with a speed and scope that has surprised many, from pro-democracy activists to diplomats to businesspeople.
· Australia stalls on emissions target update as UN urges deeper cuts →
Dean Bialek, a former Australian diplomat to the UN, now working with the Mission 2020 campaign led by ex-UN climate chief Christiana Figueres, said the confirmation that Australia intended to submit the same “very weak” target it took to Paris revealed two things.
· Lawyers for student Drew Pavlou demand University of Queensland sack Chinese diplomat from role →
The call to sack the diplomat, Xu Jie, from the honorary university position relates to a public statement he made 11 months ago affirming the “self-motivated patriotic behaviour” of a pro-Beijing group that sparked a physical clash with Hong Kong democracy protesters on campus.
· Burundi declares Ndayishimiye victor of bitter presidential election →
A foreign diplomat in Burundi, speaking anonymously, expressed strong doubts about the official result but said it was not surprising.