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The paradox of diplomatic revolutions is that the communiques announcing them are usually bland. Yesterday, after two days of talks between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, Russia and China endorsed the...03.22.2023 Telegraph.co.uk and 2 sites
The gifts of Russian President Vladimir Putin have attached mostly to the civics realm: alongside catastrophes for those under his boot, he has provided the world with a valuable lesson on the dangers...03.22.2023 Newsweek.com
On March 21, 1933, the first parliament under the new German Chancellor Adolf Hitler was installed in the Garrison Church in Potsdam. The newly elected members of parliament could not meet in the parl...03.22.2023 Archyworldys.com and 1 sites
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a reception at the Kremlin The paradox of diplomatic revolutions is that the communiqués announcing them are usually lackluster...03.22.2023 Thebharatexpressnews.com
On 5 February 2003, Colin Powell, the then US Secretary of State and till then a staunch critic of the US intervention in Iraq, sat in front of the members of the UN Security Council and made a case for invasion as the world watched. Citing 'solid source' and claiming that these were not 'assertions' but 'facts' based on solid intelligence, Powel went on to claim, 'Saddam Hussein has chemical weapons. ' 'And Saddam Hussein has no compunction about using them again – against his neighbours, and a...03.24.2023 Tbsnews.net