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Norman Baker’s take on the Reciprocal Access To Tibet Act

Norman Baker’s take on the Reciprocal Access To Tibet Act

As both the President of Tibet Society, the world’s oldest pro-Tibet group, and a Honorary member of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella”, I am delighted to see the progress being made to demand reciprocity from the Chinese government in terms of access to Tibet. On 25 September, the United States House of Representatives passed the

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Report of the Radical Party’s mission to Cambodia

Report of the Radical Party’s mission to Cambodia

On July 29, legislative elections were held in Cambodia, a parliamentary constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia, ruled for 33 years by former Khmer Rouge Hun Sen with his Cambodian People’s Party (CPP). The polls delivered an largely predicted victory to the ruling party CPP and another five years of Prime ministership to Hun Sen. The predictability of the outcome was

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Martin Luther King Jr Day

Martin Luther King Jr Day

Since 1984, the third Monday of January each year, the United States celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day. The Day is marked on occasion of his birthday, 15 January 1929. A precious opportunity to treasure the life and achievements of the American civil rights leader who fought through nonviolent means to overcome racial segregation in the United States. Today we

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“We are not just a law firm, we are the Department of Justice” former US Attorney General Sally Yates says

“We are not just a law firm, we are the Department of Justice” former US Attorney General Sally Yates says

On 30 January 2017, US Attorney General Sally Yates was sacked by President Donald Trump. In a statement by the White House, Mrs Yates was accused of betraying the Department of Justice following her decision not to enforce an Executive Order on immigration signed off by President Trump. Mrs Yates had been appointed Deputy Attorney General by President Obama two years

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