“Diplomatic” in the news
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· Trump ex-adviser Flynn asked Russia to avoid 'tit-for-tat,' new transcript shows →
WASHINGTON, May 30 ― US President Donald Trump's former adviser Michael Flynn asked Russia's ambassador to help avoid an escalation in diplomatic sanctions during a call between Trump's election and inauguration, a transcript released yesterday showed.
· Egypt records most deaths so far as Trump severs WHO ties – as it happened →
Trump, who has been embroiled in a long-running diplomatic clash with Beijing, has criticised the WHO for being too forgiving of China since the outbreak began.
The New York Times
· Blaming China for Pandemic, Trump Says U.S. Will Leave the W.H.O. →
provides essential diplomatic cover when American government agencies work in foreign countries.
· What is the way forward in India-Nepal border dispute? →
India's latest diplomatic row with Nepal erupted on May 8 when New Delhi announced the inauguration of a Himalayan road link that passes through the disputed area of Kalapani.
· What’s Behind the Latest India-China Border Tensions? →
The situation was later defused through diplomatic channels.
· Tamil Nadu reaches out to Tim Cook and Jeff Bezos for investments from Apple, Amazon →
This included the launch of Yaadhum Oorey portal, country-specific investment facilitation desks and diplomatic outreach programmes.
The New York Times
· Congress Calls State Dept. Officials for Interviews in Expanded Pompeo Inquiry →
Mr. Pompeo has quietly visited with Republican donors and political figures on diplomatic trips, leaving those off his public schedule.
· Twitter, internet group oppose US rules requiring visitors to disclose social media info →
The only travellers exempted from the social media rules are diplomatic and official travellers.
· Andrews cops a belting but keeps his eyes on the road →
Morrison, while more diplomatic, makes clear his annoyance: “I respect their jurisdiction when it comes to the issues they're responsible for and it's always been the usual practice for states to respect and recognise the role of the federal government in setting foreign policy.”
· China sanctions not solution to Hong Kong crisis: European Union →
And the United States has revoked the special status conferred on Hong Kong under its own diplomatic rules, paving the way for the territory to be stripped of trading and economic privileges.