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How democracies are now ‘backsliding’ in countries from Russia to the United States
. By Sep. 3, 2020 , 2:00 PM. In the mid-1970s, citizens across the world took to the streets to demand democracy from their governments, spurring a wave of democratization that transformed governments from Africa to Asia to Europe. But a concerning trend of democratic “backsliding” has taken place....
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[ASAP] Estimations of Long-Term nss-SO42– and NO3– Wet Depositions over East Asia by Use of Ensemble Machine-Learning Method
Acidifying species in pptn. can have severe impacts on ecosystems. The chem. compn. of pptn. is directly related to the amt. of pptn.; accordingly, it is difficult to identify long-term variation in chem. concns. The ratio of the nitrate (NO3-) to non-sea-salt sulfate (nss-SO42-) concn. in pptn. on an equiv.
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The Terrible Cost of Presidential Racism
As Americans grapple with problems of racism and power, a newly declassified trove of White House tapes provides startling evidence of the bigotry voiced by President Richard M. Nixon and Henry Kissinger, his national security adviser. The full content of these tapes reveal how U.S. policy toward South Asia under Mr.
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UN talks review Covid, hunger risksPhnom Penh Post
The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) offices in Cambodia and countries in the Asia-Pacific region participated in a four-day virtual conference recently to respond to the “twin pandemics” of Covid-19 and hunger facing the region. Dealing with Covid-19 has led to setbacks in the fight to end hunger and malnutrition, the FAO said.
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In Cambodia, Religions Take on the Coronavirus Fight
Cambodia has among the lowest number of cases of the coronavirus in Southeast Asia. But there are uncorroborated reports of rampant coronavirus-related deaths in the countryside, and there’s a distinct sense that the government has done far too little to prevent the spread of the virus.
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SIA, Scoot and Jetstar Asia restarting flights to more destinationsPhnom Penh Post
Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group and budget carrier Jetstar Asia will fly to more destinations and at a slightly increased frequency as the gradual recovery of the carriers continues. Scoot, the budget arm of SIA Group, on Tuesday said it will restart flights to Tokyo, Osaka, Palembang, Pekanbaru and....
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Procurement Officer, Logistic Assistant, Finance Assistant Intern Phnom Penh Post
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) was founded in 1943 by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to assist the poor and disadvantaged. CRS returned to Cambodia in 1991 and currently works in the sectors of Health and Inclusive Education, with approximately 15 local partners. A head office is located in Phnom Penh.
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Visit of Czech Senate President Miloš Vystrčil yields numerous tangible results; Taiwan and the Czech Republic working towards a comprehensive, democratic and cooperative partnership
Source: Republic Of China Taiwan. September 3, 2020 No. 194. Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Jaushieh Joseph Wu and President of the Senate of the Czech Republic Miloš Vystrčil held a joint press conference on September 3.
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Pew: Asian Migrants Outnumber Latino Migrants
The inflow of Chinese and Indian migrants is outpacing migrants from Latin America, says a report by the Pew Research Center.
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Udine Asian Festival To Open Online Edition With Korea’s ‘Ashfall’
Korean disaster action film has been set as the opening movie of the Far East Film Festival in Udine . Due to coronavirus and social distancing measures still in place in Italy, the festival will be held entirely online this year. The festival is normally held in late April and early May.
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business Alphamab Oncology announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted orphan drug designation to KN046 for the treatment of thymic epithelial tumor PR Newswire Asia
SUZHOU, China Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Alphamab Oncology (stock code: 9966 HK) announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) to KN046, a recombinant humanized PD-L1/CTLA-4 bispecific antibody developed by Jiangsu Alphamab Biopharmaceuticals Co.
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World: FAO Regional Conference calls for greater action to tackle COVID-19’s impacts across Asia and the Pacific
Ministerial Session highlights the importance of supporting the livelihoods of the most vulnerable people through sustained and stronger collaboration. 3 September 2020, Bangkok/Thimphu - On the third day of the FAO Regional Conference for Asia-Pacific , the FAO Director-General QU Dongyu,....
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China or US Philippines Inches Toward a Neutral Foreign Policy
TAIPEI, TAIWAN - The Philippines, an old U.S. ally and more recent friend of China, is awkwardly bouncing one superpower off the other on its way to a neutral foreign policy that will give the Southeast Asian country benefits from both sides, specialists say.
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How democracies are now ‘backsliding’ in countries from Russia to the United States
. By Sep. 3, 2020 , 2:00 PM. In the mid-1970s, citizens across the world took to the streets to demand democracy from their governments, spurring a wave of democratization that transformed governments from Africa to Asia to Europe. But a concerning trend of democratic “backsliding” has taken place....
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UNODC-UN Women-INTERPOL report on women in law enforcement in the ASEAN region: increasing participation will improve effectiveness
Bangkok (Thailand), 3 September 2020 - UNODC launched a new report this week —in partnership with UN Women and INTERPOL— focusing on the important role of women in improving the effectiveness of police services and promoting the rule of law in Southeast Asia.
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Cold War lives on in Asia 17m ago Japan's surrender 75 years ago marked the end of World War II. However, the mood in the region has remained frosty ever since.
World War II ended on September 2, 1945, when Japanese representatives signed the Instrument of Surrender aboard the US Navy battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. In the 75 years since, little has changed in terms of a postwar reordering of Asia. That is very different from Europe, where Germany and....
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A Red-Hot Treasury Trade Starts to Unwind Every New York Morning
(Bloomberg) -- Like clockwork this week, as soon as the New York trading session has gotten underway, 30-year Treasuries have jumped. Despite barely budging during the Asia and London trading sessions -- home to some of the bigger buyers of longer-dated Treasuries -- 30-year yields have dropped an....
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Pakistan’s stock market has become one of world’s best performers
Pakistan has surprisingly risen to become Asia’s best-performing stock market and the fourth-best performer in the world, defying the odds amid the coronavirus outbreak. Benchmark index of the Pakistan Stock Exchange, KSE-100, is up nearly six percent from the beginning of August.
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Russian specialists fill gaps left in Belarusian state broadcaster
An RT vehicle in the streets of Minsk on 26 August (credit : people.onliner.by) Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the use of “Russian specialists” to replace employees who resigned from the Belarusian state TV and radio broadcaster BT after a strike in support of nearly month-old protests against fraudulent presidential election results.
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New Technology Could Increase Rice Grain Yield Under Changing Climatic Conditions
Rice is the most consumed staple food in the world. It is especially common in Asia, where hunger concerns are prevalent. Rice is classified as an annual plant, which means it completes its life cycle within one growing season then dies. However, in some tropical areas, rice can continue to grow year after year when taken care of properly.
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Don’t Underestimate The Rise In US-China Tech Tensions
BEIJING, CHINA - NOVEMBER 9: U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping arrive at a state dinner at the Great Hall of the People on November 9, 2017 in Beijing, China. Trump is on a 10-day trip to Asia. (Photo by Thomas Peter - Pool/Getty Images) Getty Images. The U.S. and China relationship remains tense.
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E-cigarette maker Juul plans layoffs, says report
The international e-cigarette experience exhibition was held in Beijing in October 2017. Photo: VCG Troubled e-cigarette maker Juul plans to pull out of Europe and Asia and lay off more workers after already shedding a third of its workforce, the Wall Street Journal said Wednesday.
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Latest 2 seconds ago Palace tells hospitals: Hike nurses’ salaries The Palace on Thursday proposed to increase the salaries of medical professionals working in government and private-owned hospitals, following a...
The Palace on Thursday proposed to increase the salaries of medical professionals working in government and private-owned hospitals, following a report which showed that Filipino nurses and medical technologists earn the least among their peers in Southeast Asia.
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Nuclear Medicine & Radio Pharmaceuticals- a Market Worth Observing Growth: GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare
The latest update of Global Nuclear Medicine & Radio Pharmaceuticals Market study provides comprehensive information on the development activities by industry players, growth opportunities and market sizing for Nuclear Medicine & Radio Pharmaceuticals, complete with analysis by key segments, leading and emerging players, and geographies.
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How the son of strawberry pickers became Japan’s most likely choice for next prime minister
This is the web version of Eastworld, Fortune’s newsletter focused on business and technology in Asia. Subscribe here to get future editions in your inbox. Yoshihide Suga, Japan’s 71-year-old chief cabinet secretary, begins each day by reading all Japan’s major newspapers, doing 100 sit-ups, then embarking on a brisk 40-minute walk.
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business WeTrade Group Inc. Announced Appointment of New Independent Directors PR Newswire Asia
BEIJING Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- WeTrade Group Inc. ("WeTrade Group" or the "Company") (US: WETG), a company providing technical services and solutions to membership-based social e-commerce, today announced the appointment of Mr. Donghui Wang and Mr. Daxue Li as new independent directors on the board of directors of WeTrade Group.
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