Stories about International Relations from July, 2017
"At a minimum, the numerous problems with rights and freedoms in Russia suck up a lot of time...which doesn’t leave energy for problems taking place far from Russia."
"France contributed to training and the international recognition of the government which organized the massacres (in Rwanda)".
'We said "sorry" in Japanese, to which she replied, “Oh, you're Japanese? Then always speak Japanese, you foreigner!”'
Visiting the U.S. now "would mean having to overcome too much frustration over how the country I used to know has changed."
"The only ones benefiting from keeping marijuana illegal are the drug gangs and they will be forced out of business by legitimate dealers..."
Juice Media's 'Honest Government Adverts' pose a simple question: Are you ready for this much honesty?
Only since the late 1980s have filmmakers begun to examine the two countries' history, from colonial rule and World War II to present day.
"We are not saying no to Hindi...[the] question should be why 'only' Hindi."
The defendant did not deign to travel to Paris and was represented by three lawyers there. Their strategy consisted in arguing that he benefits from diplomatic immunity.