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Fact or fiction: Doubts over China's 'rising nationalism' Doubts over China's 'rising nationalism'

Analyses of Chinese public opinion suggest nationalist rhetoric has only limited appeal among today's more educated and informed citizens


For Israel, concern over Iran leads to better ties with Arab states For Israel, concern over Iran leads to better ties with Arab states

Formal recognition of Israel by Arab states does not seem likely anytime soon


China's Xi Jinping consolidates power with new ideology Xi consolidates power with new ideology

The party is widely expected to rewrite its constitution to enshrine this theory before congress ends next week


5 dead after Myanmar police clash with jade scavengers 5 dead after Myanmar police clash with jade scavengers

The violence erupts after police blocked around 50 jade scavengers from accessing an industrial plot


Echoes of Mao: China Communist Party fawns over 'Xi thought' Echoes of Mao: China Communist Party fawns over 'Xi thought'

The catechism reverentially uttered by almost every one of the more than 2,300 delegates


Pakistan court indicts ex-PM Nawaz Sharif in 3rd corruption case Nawaz Sharif indicted in 3rd corruption case

The same court a day earlier had indicted Sharif in two cases of corruption stemming from documents leaked from a Panama law firm


Building collapse kills 8 in southern India   Building collapse kills 8 in southern India

Those killed were sleeping in the building before starting their work shifts Friday morning in Nagapattinam district in Tamil Nadu state


Tillerson heads back to deal with Gulf crisis Tillerson heads back to deal with Gulf crisis

The top US diplomat does not himself hold out much hope of an immediate breakthrough in the stand-off between Qatar and Saudi Arabia


Obama and Bush decry deep US divisions without naming Trump Obama and Bush decry deep US divisions

Obama urges Americans to reject the politics of "division" and "fear", while Mr Bush criticised "bullying and prejudice" in public life


Japan’s Emperor Akihito likely to abdicate by March 2019: report Akihito likely to abdicate by March 2019

He will be succeeded by Naruhito, 57, and a new era will start from April 1


North Korea urges Australia to distance itself from US N Korea urges Australia to reassess US

The note denounces the US president's warning that America would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself


White House chief of staff John Kelly defends Trump over widow remarks John Kelly defends Trump over widow remarks

He says that he was "broken-hearted" by the Democrat's criticism of the president's condolence call to Sgt La David Johnson's wife


Rohingya children refugees face ‘hell on earth’, says UNICEF Rohingya children refugees face ‘hell on earth’: UNICEF

The refugees need clean water, food, sanitation, shelter and vaccines to help head off a possible outbreak of cholera, water-borne disease


Spain moves to suspend Catalan autonomy Spain moves to suspend Catalan autonomy

The government says ministers would meet to activate Article 155 of the constitution, allowing it to take over running of the region


Rohingya issue a real test for Myanmar: Tillerson Rohingya issue a real test for Myanmar: Tillerson

The US is extraordinarily concerned by what is happening with the Rohingya's in Myanmar, says the US Secretary of State

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