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Football

Hodgson has done wonders for international relations - FA

LONDON (Reuters) - England manager Roy Hodgson has done more for the international relations of his Football Association (FA) employers than anyone else, chairman Greg Dyke said on Friday.

World

Russia deputy PM says international relations should not depend on one person's mood

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said on Friday international relations should not depend on the mood of one person when he wakes up in the morning, in apparent reference to U.S. President Donald Trump, RIA news agency reported.

Brave New World

Hypocrisy in international relations

Issues of good governance, democracy and human rights will always be low on the agenda of any country when dealing in foreign affairs.

AseanPlus News

Japan urged to work on international relations

BEIJING: China hopes that Japan will take action and create conditions necessary for the two countries to maintain high-level contacts, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said.

World

As China rises, "grand strategy" talk back in style

LONDON (Reuters) - As China and other new powers rise, foreign ministries, think tanks and international relations schools are focusing once again on interstate

Education

Marking 60 years of diplomatic ties

INTERNATIONAL relations practitioners and scholars often complain about a disconnect between the worlds of policy and academia. The reason is because there is very little interaction between both worlds, and even fewer crossovers.

World

South Africa says committed to good relations with Nigeria after diplomats recalled

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa remains committed to maintaining friendly relations with Nigeria after Abuja recalled its ambassador to Pretoria in the wake of attacks on immigrants, the department of international relations said on Sunday.

AseanPlus News

Alternating pressure with smiles

Tokyo: Entering his second term of leadership after October’s National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Chinese President Xi Jinping is rolling out a “smiling” approach to international relations, meaning Xi’s methods to make China a “strong country” are not solely focused on the use of force.

Nation

Write your way to Oxford

The annual English Speaking Union International Relations Conference Contest is back.

Nation

Three more days to enter English Speaking Union contest

The deadline to enter the annual English Speaking Union (ESU) International Relations Conference Contest is drawing near.