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A new look at climate change

Survivors stay in makeshift shelters amid debris and the remains of a residential neighbourhood devastated by typhoon Haiyan, in Tacloban city in central Philippines, November 21. — Reuters/Erik De Castro
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South African assistance best alternative to international investigation

...in order to ensure the success of any proposed truth and reconciliation process, it is important that the Sri Lankan government should be able to answer its detractors and convince them that it is not engaging in a time-buying... Full story

Middle East politics: End of an era

THE recent appeal by Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif to Arab Gulf states to ‘overcome their differences’ and work together for regional stability is likely to fall on deaf ears. It, however, raises questions about the new regional order and Iran’s place... Full story


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