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by bunn nagara . . . behind the headline
> The views expressed are entirely the writer's own.
IT is a busy time for a superpower, especially when so many everywhere refuse to oblige, conform or comply.
The latest Israeli attacks on the Palestinian citizens of Gaza are no different from previous mass murders, only bloodier and even more tragic.
ALL the big questions about MH17 began only after the passenger jet fell from the sky and crashed to the ground.
The complexity and nuanced sophistication with which Indonesian voters choose their next presidential election are telling, bewildering and definitive.
When China cannot develop relations with countries in its neighbourhood, it tries Europe for now, especially when business deals beckon.
George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq is now reaping its latest fruits, as uncontrollable violence spills over the country's borders.
The Thai army remains a key player in the country’s politics, for better or worse, whether opponents and critics like it or not.
JUST as Europe tussled with Russia over issues of regional identity in Crimea and Ukraine, grave questions hung over its prime regionalist project: the European Union.
Within days, Bangkok moved from a troubled democracy to martial law to a coup under an army junta without a single shot fired.
In the 'banquet' that is Indonesia's presidential election, parties partner themselves off in a dance to bag the prize of the presidency.
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