|against the regime||政権に反対|
· China row erupts with Donald Trump - US citizens warned of threat of detention →
Under article 38 of China's new security law states that any person, anywhere in the world, who disagrees with the Chinese regime could find themselves to have broken the law.
· EUR/JPY: Downside Likely As Trader Bias Is Excessive →
A strengthening euro versus the yen is indicative of a risk-on regime.
· USD/CHF Selling Pressure Continues As 0.9250 Remains In Sight →
The previously positive carry of this pair has nevertheless made it attractive during pro-risk regimes.
· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
The prosecution of Collaery and Witness K throws a spotlight on the nexus between politics and intelligence, and the unfettered power of ministers in Australia’s intelligence regime.
· Everton news and transfers - Franck Kessie 'decision', Thiago Silva 'plea', Oussama Idrissi update →
Picking up the pieces of failed regimes before and being challenged to fashion them into something successful to build upon.
· Outlander: Sam Heughan's cheeky spy quip exposed amid James Bond replacement claims →
While acting in ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’, his co-stars commented on the rigorous workout regime he had undertaken to ensure he was fit enough to play a spy.
· The 10 Most Important Jaguars For 2020, No. 4: Cam Robinson →
2020 is a make-or-break year for the current regime leading the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The New York Times
· The Chinese Decade →
It is quite extraordinary that a pandemic originating in a Chinese province, a disease whose initial cover-up briefly seemed likely to deal a grave blow to the Communist regime, has instead given China a geopolitical opportunity unlike any enjoyed by an American rival since at least the Vietnam War.
· 'Tribal and divided': Church of England faces turbulent times →
Cottrell – who is white, male and aged 61, although state educated – took over as archbishop of York from John Sentamu, who fled Idi Amin’s regime in Uganda in the 1970s.
· UN to vote on reduced extension of cross-border aid to Syria →
Bab al-Hawa, on the other hand, allows for aid to be funneled to nearly four million people in the insurgent Idlib region, which the Syrian regime does not control.