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“We need icebreakers” – and more strategic partnerships
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“We need icebreakers” – and more strategic partnerships
June 20, 2024

The U.S. “containment” of the Russia-China strategic partnership is already unravelling in real time.

Money for Harvard and lower budgets for us: Lula’s party against Brazilian science
June 20, 2024

The greatest attack on university quality was the implementation of 50% of affirmative action quotas, Bruna Frascolla writes.

Money for Harvard and lower budgets for us: Lula’s party against Brazilian science
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The “wind of change” blew in the wrong direction
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The “wind of change” blew in the wrong direction
June 19, 2024

More than three decades after the “wind of change”, integration between Russia and the West appears to have failed.

Scandal at Trump-backer Epoch Times… Biden and U.S. establishment getting desperate over election?
June 19, 2024

Digging up dirt using a money-laundering scandal makes perfect sense. Muzzling a pro-Trump media outlet is a bonus too.

Scandal at Trump-backer Epoch Times… Biden and U.S. establishment getting desperate over election?
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