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Daily International News 11.15.10

November 15, 2010

Daily International News
November 15, 2010

POTUS Asia Trip Wrap-Up
Obama Returns From Asia Confronted With Unfinished Business
[Bloomberg]
Back from Asia, Obama weighs strategic partnerships, China’s economic muscle
[CSM]
CSM Op-ed: Obama in Japan: what a difference a bad year makes
[CSM] and CSM Op-ed: US-Japan alliance is ripe for renewal [CSM]
Obama, Bush and America’s Limits
[Time]
Obama’s Asian trip shows limits on global stage
[AP]
No concrete plans from APEC summit
[IHT]
China Yuan Falls After G-20, APEC Meetings; Central Parity Higher
[WSJ]

Northeast Asia
Korea
N.Korea ‘Building Nuclear Reactor’
[Chosun]
Number of NKorean defectors to SKorea tops 20,000
[AP]
N. Korea begins mass-producing cell phones: report
[Yonhap]
Kim Jong-un Marks 50 Days in the Limelight
[Chosun]
South Korea basks in growing global role after G20
[Reuters]

China
Zakaria Op-ed: A ‘hedge’ strategy toward China
[WaPo]

Japan
Japan is test case for Pac Rim free trade zone
[AP]
Japan economy in surprise growth
[BBC]
Samuelson Op-ed: How to avoid Japan’s economic mistakes
[WaPo]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Suu Kyi Calls for Freedom, Reconciliation in Speech
[Bloomberg]
Aung San Suu Kyi aims for peaceful revolution
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
US to present Afghan pullout plan
[Al Jazeera]
Afghan Taliban reject talks, again, violence soars
[Reuters]
Petraeus warns Afghans about Karzai’s criticism of U.S. war strategy
[WaPo]
NATO, Russia to cooperate in Afghan war
[AP]
Indian parliament adjourned over telecoms ‘scam’ uproar
[BBC]

Middle East
Netanyahu lobbies his Cabinet on U.S. peace talk incentives
[LAT]
Palestinians slam U.S. incentives to Israel for freezing settlement
[Xinhua]
Iran: Arms seized in Nigeria a ‘misunderstanding’
[AP]
Eyeing Iran, Israel slates missile shield for 2015
[Reuters]
Muslims on hajj in Saudi Arabia ascend holy mount
[AP]
Muslim cleric Omar Bakri Muhammad arrested in Lebanon
[BBC]

Africa
South Sudan leader Salva Kiir urges massive vote
[BBC]
Guinea protesters contest presidential poll
[AP]
Somali pirates release British couple held for more than a year
[CSM]

Europe
Sarkozy Appoints a More Rightist Cabinet in Reshuffle
[NYT]
Merkel acknowledges disappointment with gov’t
[AP]
Rebels pull out of Berlusconi government
[Reuters]
Official to AP: Rolls-Royce replacing A380 engines
[AP]
Greece’s budget deficit worsens
[BBC]
Irish in crisis talks with EU nations, refuse aid
[AP]

Americas
Cuba frees the first of 13 political prisoners
[AP]
Mexico hotel blast kills 5 Canadians, 2 Mexicans
[AP]
Haiti cholera death toll tops 900
[BBC]
Troop pull-out urged in Nicaragua-Costa Rica border row
[BBC]

Domestic
Clinton and Gates Op-ed: Why the Senate should ratify New START
[WaPo]
Opinion | One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012
[WaPo]
Live-Blogging the Rangel Hearing: Rangel Walks Out
[NYT]
Mulligans: Secretary of State Cantor charts new Mideast policy
[WaPo]
McCain wants study of ‘don’t ask’ repeal on troop morale
[WaPo]
Report: More Chinese students studying in US
[AP]
The Year’s Top 10 Highest Paid CEOs
[WSJ]
The Economy: The Republican Party’s One-Note Agenda
[Time]

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Daily International News 06.10.10

June 10, 2010

Daily International News
June 10, 2010

Northeast Asia
U.S. envoy Roos to visit Okinawa from mid-June, meet with governor
[Kyodo]
South Korea rocket ‘explodes’ moments after take-off
[BBC]
South Korea urged to shake up military over Cheonan
[BBC]
North Korea seeks to soothe China over border shootings
[Reuters]
China rebuffs US criticism on NKorea
[AP]
Views Show How a North Korean Policy Spread Misery
[NYT]
China says no date set for talks with Japan on East China Sea issue
[Xinhua]

South/Central/Southeast Asia
McChrystal sees slower pace for Kandahar operation
[Reuters]
Blast Tears Through Afghan Wedding Celebration
[NYT]
Thai PM makes reconciliation bid
[Reuters]

Middle East [minus sanctions news]
Arab states target Israel in U.N. nuclear debate
[Reuters]
Obama pledges $400 million for Palestinians
[LAT] and Obama urges Israel work with all parties on Gaza [Reuters]
Hamas: Obama’s call to ease Gaza blockade “meaningless”
[Xinhua]
Hamas rejects Israel-approved snack foods for Gaza
[AP]
Iran election anniversary rally called off
[Reuters]
Saudi convicts young man for kissing woman in mall
[AP]

Iran Sanctions News
Iran Warns of ‘Reduced’ Ties With U.N. Inspectors
[NYT]
Ahmadinejad in China after sanctions slap
[AFP]
China reiterates UN resolution on Iran not end to diplomatic efforts
[Xinhua] and China wants more dialogue on Iran nuclear issue [AP]
Iran Sanctions Op-eds
Is Iran’s Regime Finally Finished?
[Daily Beast]
Security Council’s Muddled Message to Iran
[CFR]
Round 4
[NYT]
More sanctions for Iran
[WaPo]

Africa
Sudan:  ICC Urges Uganda to Arrest Bashir Should He Attend Talks
[All Africa]
US Vice-President Biden meets Southern Sudan leader
[BBC]
In Kenya, a Cheerful Biden Gamely Fills in for His Boss
[NYT]
Sudan’s Beshir declines World Cup invite
[AFP]

Europe/UK
UK acknowledges police abused anti-terror powers
[AP]
Britain Reaffirms Support for Afghanistan Effort
[NYT]
France closes Senegal military bases
[AP]
Mafioso claims brother killed Meredith Kercher
[Telegraph]
Surge for Dutch anti-Islam Freedom Party
[AP]
Life for Bosnian Serbs over genocide at Srebrenica
[BBC]

Americas/Domestic
Oil spill: BP shares slide as crisis continues
[BBC]
Efforts to Limit the Flow of Spill News
[NYT]
Census: Multiracial US becoming even more diverse
[AP]
State Leak: Messages from alleged leaker Bradley Manning portray him as despondent soldier
[WaPo]
Hillary Clinton voices ongoing US support for Colombia
[BBC]

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Daily International News 05.21.10

May 21, 2010

Daily International News
May 21, 2010

Northeast Asia
Clinton Op-Ed: US-China Achievements go Beyond Expo
[Global Times]
Clinton Says North Korea Ship Attack Requires Action [Bloomberg]
South Korea vows caution over ship, North sees war
[Reuters]
Dalai Lama tweets to Chinese citizens about Tibet
[AP]
Singapore, Hong Kong surpass US in competitiveness
[AP]
Toyota recalls Lexus cars in Japan, US to follow
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai PM committed to reconciliation but no poll offer
[Reuters]
Experts: Bangkok crackdown no replay of Tiananmen
[AP]
Cyclone Laila hits southeast India, 23 killed
[AP]

AfPak
Pakistan’s Musharraf to “join politics” – report
[Reuters]
No survivors found at Afghan airline crash site
[AP]
New U.S. troops arriving in Afghanistan quickly learn about challenges
[WaPo]

Middle East
Israel releases Hamas man jailed after Shalit capture
[BBC]
Jews in Arab east Jerusalem defy Obama peace push
[AP]
U.N.’s Ban hopes Iran deal may bring atom settlement
[Reuters]
Iran sanctions won’t stop missiles: Russian senator
[Reuters]

Africa
Salva Kiir sworn in as Southern Sudan president
[BBC]

Europe
German parliament approves eurozone rescue package
[DW]
First Trip Abroad Takes British Leader to Europe
[NYT]
3 Basques convicted in 2006 Madrid airport bombing
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Calderón Again Assails Arizona Law on Detention
[NYT]
Leader of Mexico Indian community, wife killed
[AP]
Obama Replacing Blair as Intelligence Director Amid Criticism
[Bloomberg]
Senate Passes Reforms Designed to Prevent Worst U.S. Collapse
[Bloomberg]
BP denies coverup as spilled oil keeps coming
[Reuters]
Researchers Say They Created a ‘Synthetic Cell’
[NYT]