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· Saudis' proxy war hits Newcastle to place the Premier League in a diplomatic bind →
Even so, Richard Masters, the Premier League’s chief executive, finds himself in a diplomatic tight spot.
The New York Times
· Hong Kong, Stimulus, Huawei: Your Thursday Briefing →
Background: The case has thrust Canada into the middle of a diplomatic struggle between the U.S. and China: over trade, theft of technology secrets and whether Huawei’s efforts to help countries build 5G mobile networks present a threat to national security.
· Libya's battle in the sky: How air superiority changed the war →
While airpower can at times turn the tide in a military conflict, it has also been used in Libya as a threat-level indicator, a diplomatic tool, and a warning of potential escalation if events are left unchecked.
· The North Korean Economy Under Sanctions and COVID-19 →
Despite robust diplomatic engagements with South Korea and the United States over the next two years, the failure to secure any level of sanctions relief led Kim Jong Un at the end of 2019 to set forth a new approach to economic policy and management, one that reflects the harsh political realities and emphasizes rational economic management.
· China and India move troops as border tensions escalate →
There have been diplomatic discussions as well as multiple meetings on a local level in an attempt to defuse the tensions.
· Claims of Andrews 'arrogance' on delicate China ties just might stick →
Behind the scenes, some Victorian Labor figures are less diplomatic than their two leaders, saying the relationship is “in the toilet”.
The New York Times
· Canadian Court to Rule on Extradition of Huawei Executive to United States →
Her arrest and subsequent detention immediately thrust Canada into the middle of a diplomatic struggle between the United States and China — over trade, theft of technology secrets and whether Huawei’s efforts in helping countries build 5G next-generation mobile networks present a threat to national security.
· Zambian president pardons gay couple sentenced to 15 years →
LUSAKA - Zambia's president has pardoned a gay couple sentenced to 15 years in prison in November under colonial-era sodomy laws in a case that caused a diplomatic row with the United States.
· US Weighs in on Australia’s BRI Controversy Amid State and Federal Divide →
Others have accused Victoria of undermining the federal government in its efforts to seek clarity on China’s handling of the coronavirus and the on-going relationship between the two countries amid the diplomatic spat that ensued.
The Japan Times
· South Korea probes ‘comfort women’ support group for fraud, local newspaper says →
Japan contends all such claims were “settled completely and finally” in a 1965 treaty that established diplomatic relations between the two sides.