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Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
BEIJING -- China's national defense minister warned Tuesday that Beijing reserves the right to take further action against Japan in the ongoing dispute over uninhabited islands in the East China Sea.
NATO Curbs Contact With Afghan Troops
Al Qaeda Threatens Attacks On U.S. Diplomats
MASSIVE Mexican Jailbreak Near U.S. Border
'Shocking Quantities' Of Rat Meat Sold Illegally In London Market
PHOTOS: Disturbing Images Of Anti-Japan Protests In China
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Philip Seib: The Perils of YouTube Diplomacy
Ten years ago, the Innocence of Muslims controversy would not have happened. YouTube did not exist, and without this means of reaching a global audience, the offensive snippets of the "film" would never have been seen.
Yoani Sanchez: Health of Prominent Cuban Hunger Striker Martha Beatriz Roque Is Deteriorating Rapidly
I visited Martha at her home in the capital neighborhood of Santo Suarez and witnessed firsthand her physical deterioration. Dry lips, sallow skin and trembling limbs were some of the symptoms of the famous economist.
Atim Oton: Africa, Disability and Mental Illness: When Will We Evolve?
Yes, I do understand that we are people of tradition and our culture and beliefs hold us almost stationary, but our evolution in some areas takes a snail's pace, especially when it comes to dealing with disabilities and mental illness in Africa.
Alon Ben-Meir: A Dangerous Misperception and Cultural Divide
The flurry of reporting and analysis about the tragic death of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three other Americans strongly suggests there is a strikingly limited understanding behind the complex underpinnings of this outrageous act of violence.
Jeff Madrick: Central Banks Are Saving Democracy From Itself
Note that it is Romney who is saying he wants Bernanke out of there and crying wolf about inflation. Bernanke, not subject to the whims of democracy, has had the courage to change his own thinking. He knows the consequences of tight policy now.

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