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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Downing Street in London, Britain, June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Henry NichollsBritain and Australia have agreed a trade deal after talks between their prime ministers ironed out outstanding issues, Australian Minister for Trade Dan Tehan said on Tuesday. The agreement will be Britain's first trade deal since Brexit, and comes as London seeks to expand commercial and diplomatic links in the Indo-Pacific region. The deal will be keenly scrutinised by British farmers, who fear they could be forced out of business if the deal eliminates tariffs on lamb and beef imports from Australia. Australian Minister for Trade David Littleproud declined to reveal specifics but said Australian farmers would benefit from the deal.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Scott Morrison, Henry Nicholls, Trade Dan Tehan, Morrison, Tehan, Trade David Littleproud, Littleproud, Ben Wellings Organizations: British, Australian, Downing, REUTERS, Trade, 4BC, Monash University, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Henry Nicholls Britain, Australia, British, Asia
Sydney / Hong Kong (CNN Business) Australia and the United Kingdom are set to announce a free trade agreement Tuesday as Britain continues to forge new economic relationships post-Brexit. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will detail the plan during London morning hours at 10 Downing Street, a Morrison spokesperson told CNN Business. The United Kingdom has been brokering new trade arrangements since leaving the European Union early last year. The UK reached a deal late last year with the European Union, one of its most critical economic partners. Britain has also negotiated with the United States on some issues — including suspending some tariffs — but a broader deal with Washington remains elusive.
Persons: Scott Morrison, Boris Johnson, Morrison, Brexit Organizations: CNN Business, Australian, British, Downing, European Union Locations: Hong Kong, Australia, United Kingdom, London, Britain, United States, Washington
COVID-19 cases are falling where most people are vaccinated, and vice versa, The Washington Post found. Vaccination rates are lower in southern US states. Coronavirus cases in the US are rising in areas that have lower vaccination rates, a Washington Post analysis found. Vaccination rates are lower in southern states, the data shows. The Post's analysis comes as the US edges near recording 600,000 COVID-19 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
Persons: Johnson, Johnson COVID Organizations: Washington Post, Centers for Disease Control, Post, Pfizer, Moderna, CDC Locations: Washington
More than half of the 1,959,982 patients whose records were evaluated reported no symptoms from their Covid infection. Forty percent had symptoms but didn’t require hospitalization, including 1 percent whose only symptom was loss of taste or smell; only 5 percent were hospitalized. It found that 454,477 people consulted health providers for symptoms 30 days or more after their infection. FAIR Health said the analysis was evaluated by an independent academic reviewer but was not formally peer-reviewed. “This is a hard study to do with that much data.”
Persons: , Robin Gelburd, Gelburd, Helen Chu Organizations: FAIR Health, University of Washington School of Medicine
UK agrees post-Brexit trade deal with Australia
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Holly Ellyatt | ) + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) elbow-bumps a greeting with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) in the doorway of 10 Downing Street in London, United Kingdom on June 14, 2021. The U.K. has agreed a free trade deal with Australia which it said marked a "new dawn" in its relationship with the country. The deal — known as a Free Trade Agreement or FTA — means it will cost less for British businesses to sell products like cars, confectionery and Scotch whisky into Australia, the U.K. government said Tuesday. "Today marks a new dawn in the UK's relationship with Australia, underpinned by our shared history and common values," U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement. The deal was flagged late Monday when Australia's minister for trade said Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison had agreed the broad terms of the agreement over dinner in Downing Street in London.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Scott Morrison, Johnson Organizations: British, Australian, Downing Locations: London, United Kingdom, Australia, Downing
With Jordan ErbDonald Trump during an event for NBC's "The Apprentice" at Trump Tower in New York City. The Trump Organization's CFO, Allen Weisselberg, took measures as far back as 2018 to keep documents out of the hands of prosecutors, Jennifer Weisselberg, his former daughter-in-law, told Insider. The deal allowed Allen Weisselberg to act as a guarantor on an Upper West Side apartment without showing any proof of income. McConnell pegs the chances of an infrastructure deal at "maybe 50-50": Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told the conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt that both sides still wanted a deal. McConnell told Hewitt that leaving the seat open was "the single most consequential thing I've done in my time as majority leader of the Senate."
Persons: Chris Wray, Jordan Erb Donald Trump, Daniel J, Barry, WireImage, Donald Trump's, Allen Weisselberg, Jennifer Weisselberg, Weisselberg, Weisselberg's, Jeff McConney, McConney's, Justin, McConnell, Mitch McConnell, Hugh Hewitt, Nancy Pelosi, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, SAUL LOEB, Adam Schiff of, Insider's, Joe Biden, China —, Biden, Trump, Jamie Dimon, Dimon, General Merrick Garland, Garland, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Greene, Steve Cohen, Ben Jacobs, Barack Obama's, Hewitt, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Chipotle Organizations: Trump, Weisselberg, Manhattan, Attorney's, Trump Organization, ABC, Twitter, Politico, Democratic, Getty, Hill, Democrats, Capitol Hill, ICYMI, Capitol, NATO, The Washington Post, GOP, Republican, Justice Department, Holocaust, Museum, Hitler's National Socialist, CNN, Biden, Republicans, Senate, Court, District of Columbia, Disney Locations: New York City, Alexandria, Cortez of New York, Adam Schiff of California, China, Beijing, The, Russia, Trump, Washington, Tennessee, Florida, St, George , Utah, Myrtle Beach , South Carolina, Austin , Texas, Coeur d'Alene , Idaho
Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the riot were included in the criminal complaint. A Virginia woman who wrote at length about storming the Capitol in Facebook posts after the January 6 insurrection has taken a plea deal, along with her realtor husband. Jessica Bustle. One of Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the January 6 riot. Speaking in court on Monday, Jessica said the Facebook posts included in the criminal complaint only showed one side of her.
Persons: Joshua, Jessica, Jessica Bustle's, of Justice Joshua, Thomas Hogan, Hogan, I'm, Nabeel Kibria, Kibria Organizations: Capitol, of Justice, US, WUSA9 Prosecutors, Daily, Health, Department, Justice, The Washington Post, Post Locations: Virginia
Britain and Australia have agreed “in principle”to a free-trade agreement, the British government announced on Tuesday, a deal that will eventually eliminate tariffs between the two countries. It is Britain’s first major trade deal since it left the European Union and the agreement was reached in just under a year of negotiations. The deal will remove Australia’s 5 percent tariff on Scotch whisky exports. The agreement will also allow Britons under the age of 35 to travel and work in Australia more easily, the government said. “It is a fundamentally liberalizing agreement,” Liz Truss, the secretary of state for international trade, said in a statement.
Persons: haven’t, Liz Truss, Organizations: European Union Locations: Britain, Australia, British
But going forward, issuers may want to target opportunities like back-to-school shopping and pent-up spending by older adults. Opportunities like back-to-school shopping and pent-up older adult spending will likely build on recent growth and help drive issuers' revenues. Back-to-school spending is expected to make a comeback this year. Here's how you can gain access:Join other Insider Intelligence clients who receive Payments & Commerce forecasts, briefings, charts, and research reports to their inboxes each day. >> Browse Our CoverageCurrent subscribers can access the entire Insider Intelligence content archive here.
Persons: Brian Moynihan, Moynihan, , Bloomberg — Organizations: Intelligence, Payments & Commerce, Bank of America, COVID, Bloomberg, Commerce
The House Judiciary Committee plans to probe the seizure of Democrats' data by the DoJ. Some Democrats have discussed requiring testimony from Trump-era AGs Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler announced that an investigation into the seizure of phone data from Democratic lawmakers by the Justice Department during the Trump administration. One of the options before the panel is to compel testimony under oath from Trump-era Attorneys General Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr, both of whom have denied knowing about the data seizure. But top Democrats have expressed skepticism about their denials, and the Nadler's justice committee probe could request their testimony under oath.
Persons: Bill Barr, Jeff Sessions, Jerry Nadler, Trump, Nadler, Trump's, Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, , Donald Trump –, Rod Rosenstein, Barr, Dick Durbin, Sessions, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, Michael Horowitz, Monday John Demers Organizations: DoJ, Trump, Democratic, Justice Department, Trump -, Trump Administration, House Intelligence, Washington Post, The New York Times, Republicans, Senate, Democrat, CNN, Justice Locations: Russia
But foreign companies now operating in Ethiopia are struggling to repatriate profits amid a crippling foreign exchange crunch and inflation that consistently exceeds 20%. Mamo Mihretu, Abiy's senior policy adviser, told Reuters the government would not be deterred and investors were still interested in Ethiopia. "Despite the ongoing pandemic, locust invasion and other challenges, the government is pushing through the home-grown economic reforms," he said. He said attempts to form an Ethiopian company to serve as a collateral agent went nowhere. While the government opened up the sector to foreign investment, it kept a tight grip on banking and insurance.
Persons: Abiy Ahmed, Mamo, Abiy's, Gail Strickler, Frans Van Schaik, Van Schaik, Lelise Neme, Brook Taye, Kenya's, Japan's, Abiy Organizations: Reuters, Apparelz, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Brookfield Associates, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Africa Asset Finance Company, Ethiopian Investment Commission, AAFC, Groupe Bollore, Logistics, DHL Global, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Ethiopian Airlines, Sector, Japan's Sumitomo, Britain's Vodafone, South Africa's MTN, Monday, Thomson Locations: Ethiopia, Tigray, New York, French, Logistics Ethiopia
The Chinese navy is sailing its new destroyers in the South China Sea as its shipbuilding spree continues, state media reported. Chinese navy Type 052D destroyer No. Type 052D — or Luyang III-class as Nato calls it — was designed to match the US Navy Arleigh-Burke class destroyers. Besides Type 052D, the PLA navy has also planned for at least eight type 055 destroyers — two commissioned and six under construction. According to PLAN ship-naming rules, Type 052D and Type 055 vessels should be named after big cities, such as provincial capitals.
Persons: Yinchuan, Roy Issa, , Burke Organizations: 052D, People's Liberation Army Navy, PLAN, PLA Southern Theatre Command, Times, South China Morning, Getty, US Navy Arleigh, Aegis, PLA Locations: South China, South, Zhanjiang, Guangdong, Suzhou, Huainan, Hong Kong, Guangxi
Some Amazon policies were built to stop a "march to mediocrity," according to one plan architect. The New York Times revealed the restrictive policies that govern one of the nation's top employers. Many of Amazon's policies were designed to prevent low-skilled workers from becoming lazy, according to a recent report from The New York Times. David Niekerk, a former Amazon vice president who helped design company's warehouse management system, told the publication that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' belief that all people are inherently lazy helped shape many of the company's policies. Read the full story at The New York Times' site.
Persons: David Niekerk, Jeff Bezos, Niekerk, Bezos Organizations: New York Times, The New York Times, Amazon, Times, Washington Post, Walmart
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans are due to hear details on Tuesday about a bipartisan proposal to revitalize America’s roads and bridges, which lawmakers believe could win support from the caucus as a part of President Joe Biden’s sweeping infrastructure plan. REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinMembers of a bipartisan Senate group will discuss the proposal with Republican senators at their weekly policy lunch, Republican lawmakers and aides said on Monday evening. 2 Republican, told reporters that he expects Republican support for the proposal. But I think there would be substantial Republican support,” he said. “It’s my understanding that everybody has said that they could support reconciliation in some form.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Bill Cassidy, Evelyn Hockstein, “ We’ll, , Shelley Moore Capito, Biden, John Thune, , , Dick Durbin, eyeing, Nancy Pelosi, Mark Warner, Capito, ” Warner, Warner, Joe Manchin, Jeanne Shaheen Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Senate Republicans, Senate, Capitol, REUTERS, Republican, Democrat, Washington Post Locations: America’s, Washington , U.S
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cryptocurrency investment products and funds saw outflows for a second straight week, with ether posting record outflows as institutional investors took a step back, data from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday. Ether, the token used in the Ethereum blockchain, posted its largest outflow last week of $12.7 million, data showed. The outflows in bitcoin cooled last week to $10 million, significantly lower than the previous record week of $141 million, CoinShares data showed. Grayscale, the largest digital currency manager, raised its AUM to $33.04 billion last week, from $30.3 billion the previous week. CoinShares, the second biggest digital asset manager, saw AUM slip to $3.8 billion, from nearly $4 billion the week before.
Persons: CoinShares, Edgar Su, outflows, Elon Musk, Tesla, bitcoin, Dan Morehead, Organizations: YORK, REUTERS, Pantera Locations: bitcoin, Morehead
REUTERS/Edgar Su/IllustrationCryptocurrency investment products and funds saw outflows for a second straight week, with ether posting record outflows as institutional investors took a step back, data from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday. Ether, the token used in the Ethereum blockchain, posted its largest outflow last week of $12.7 million, data showed. The outflows in bitcoin cooled last week to $10 million, significantly lower than the previous record week of $141 million, CoinShares data showed. Grayscale, the largest digital currency manager, raised its AUM to $33.04 billion last week, from $30.3 billion the previous week. CoinShares, the second biggest digital asset manager, saw AUM slip to $3.8 billion, from nearly $4 billion the week before.
Persons: Edgar Su, CoinShares, outflows, Elon Musk, Tesla, bitcoin, Dan Morehead Organizations: REUTERS, Pantera, Thomson Locations: bitcoin
Germany's Lufthansa plots course for leaner post-pandemic future
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Thomas Escritt | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Planes of German air carrier Lufthansa are parked at Frankfurt airport in Frankfurt, Germany, June 2, 2020. REUTERS/Kai PfaffenbachGermany's Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) moved closer to a capital increase, outlining plans for a post-pandemic return to profit as a leaner airline with a smaller fleet and fewer staff. In May, shareholders gave approval for the group to raise up to 5 billion euros, although the company said it would not need the full amount. Any proceeds could go towards paying back the 6.8 bln euros state aid given by Germany. The plans envisage cutting costs by 3.5 billion euros by 2024 compared to 2019, including a 1.8 billion euro reduction in staff costs, and a fleet that will be 20% smaller but more efficient.
Persons: Kai Pfaffenbach Germany's, Carsten Spohr, Lufhansa, Airplus, today's, Bernstein, Daniel Roeska Organizations: Lufthansa, REUTERS, Kai Pfaffenbach Germany's Lufthansa, Lufthansa Technik, Investors, Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland
Model Chrissy Teigen issued a lengthy apology Monday, which she posted to the site Medium and shared to her social media accounts, for what she described as her "past horrible tweets." Teigen described herself as a troll in Monday's post, and said she was sorry. "The truth is, I’m no longer the person who wrote those horrible things. Stodden had previously said that they forgave Teigen and accepted a prior apology but said they had not been privately contacted by the model, according to People. In her post, Teigen said she was not asking for forgiveness, but rather asked for "patience and tolerance."
Persons: Chrissy Teigen, Courtney Stodden, Teigen, , Stodden, Doug Hutchison Organizations: Daily Locations: Teigen
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Justice Department will make its policies for obtaining records of U.S. lawmakers more rigorous after former President Donald Trump’s administration secretly secured data on members of Congress, journalists and a former White House lawyer, the top U.S. law enforcement official said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland delivers remarks on voting rights at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, U.S., June 11, 2021. The Times on Thursday reported that under Trump the department subpoenaed Apple Inc for data on Schiff and Swalwell. Schiff said he has spoken with Garland and Monaco about the subpoena that sought his phone records. John Demers, who heads the Justice Department’s national security division and is a rare holdover from Trump’s administration, is expected to leave his post by the end of next week, the Times reported on Monday.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, General Merrick Garland, Trump, Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, Schiff, Swalwell, Garland, Lisa Monaco “, ” Garland, General Michael Horowitz, Tom Brenner, REUTERS Garland, , Trump Justice Department’s, William Barr, Jeff Sessions, Apple, Donald McGahn, , ” Schiff, ” Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, McConnell, ” McConnell, Horowitz, John Demers Organizations: WASHINGTON, Department, White House, Democratic, Sunday, Republican, U.S, U.S . Department of Justice, REUTERS, New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Trump Justice, The Justice Department, Trump, Apple Inc, White, Times, Justice Department’s Locations: Washington , U.S, Monaco
"Look, such decisions in this country are not made by the president," Putin said. Then-Vice President Joe Biden shakes hands with Vladimir Putin in Moscow in March 2011. Asked what he thought of Biden, Putin said he was a professional and suggested that he could work with him. Then President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on July 16, 2018. "You are presenting it as dissent and intolerance towards dissent in Russia," Putin said.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny, Putin, Putin's, Joe Biden, Navalny, Biden, cybercrime, Donald Trump, Alexei Druzhinin, Kevin Lamarque, Trump, I'm, Mike Pence, Ashli Babbitt, Babbitt, Nancy Pelosi's, Trevor Reed, Paul Whelan, Antony Blinken, Reed, Whelan, , Alexander Lukashenko, Alexander Natruskin, Keir Simmons, Matt Bodner, Tatyana Chistikova, Yuliya Talmazan, Laura Saravia, Corky Siemaszko Organizations: NBC News, Kremlin, NBC Nightly, MSNBC, U.S, Sunday, NBC, ., Washington, Capitol, Trump, Post, Biden's, Capitol Police, Air Force, FBI, Russian, Marines, Russia, International, NATO Locations: MOSCOW, Geneva, Russia, Crimea, Moscow, U.S, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria, Washington, China, Helsinki, Iran, Tehran, Iraq, Michigan, Belarus, Minsk, Ukrainian, Russian, Alaska, London, New York City
GENEVA—With U.S.-Russian relations at a post-Cold War low, Wednesday’s summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin is gearing up to be a showdown between two leaders who have long been at odds. Both sides have indicated they plan to use the summit in Geneva to project strength on the global stage and have lowered expectations that it will lead to a thaw in relations between Washington and Moscow. “It’s about making myself very clear what the conditions are to get a better relationship with Russia,” Mr. Biden told reporters after the Group of Seven summit of wealthy democracies Sunday in Cornwall, England. “We’re not looking for conflict—we are looking to resolve those actions which we think are inconsistent with international norms.”In an interview with NBC released Friday, Mr. Putin said the U.S. and Russia “have a bilateral relationship that has deteriorated to its lowest point in recent years.”Mr. Biden said on Sunday, “To be clear, I think he’s right; it’s a low point.”
Persons: Biden, Vladimir Putin, , ” Mr, Putin, Russia “, Organizations: GENEVA, U.S, NBC Locations: Geneva, Washington, Moscow, Russia, Cornwall, England, U.S
NATO welcomes Biden in ‘pivotal’ post-Trump summit
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Robin Emmott | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
NATO leaders hope to open a new chapter in transatlantic relations at a summit with U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday, agreeing to focus on tackling climate change for the first time as well as facing up China’s military rise. Described as a "pivotal moment" by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, the summit aims to turn the page on four tense years with Biden's predecessor Donald Trump, who shook confidence in the Western alliance by calling it "obsolete". 1/4 Banners displaying the NATO logo are placed at the entrance of new NATO headquarters during the move to the new building, in Brussels, Belgium April 19, 2018. But foremost in leaders' minds, diplomats say, is a need to hear Biden recommit the United States to NATO's collective defence after the Trump era. Trump's confrontational rhetoric towards allies from 2017 to 2019 at NATO summits created an impression of crisis, envoys said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jens Stoltenberg, Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, Biden, Vladimir Putin, Yves Herman, Trump Organizations: NATO, REUTERS, European Leadership Network, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Cornwall, England, Geneva, Belgium, Crimea, Moscow, United States, Russia
CLASS WARFARE: Some of Rep. Matt Gaetz's law-school classmates wish he'd just disappear. Insider spoke with 14 of Gaetz's former classmates. Read the email for yourself:Matt Gaetz's personal email address and the name of a former classmate have been removed for personal privacy. Another former classmate opined that Gaetz's behavior was "more over-the-top now": Thirty-four of Gaetz's fellow classmates joined a group of more than 500 William & Mary Law School alumni who signed a petition urging him to resign. Read more on Gaetz's law-school days and how he bragged about growing up in the "Truman Show" house.
Persons: Alejandro Mayorkas, Matt Gaetz's, he'd, & Mary Law School's, Matt, Gaetz, William, William & Mary, Read, Truman, Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett, Bibi, Joe Biden, it's, Roosevelt, Diana Flores, Amelia, Dr, Ali Ebneshahidi, I'm, Biden, Scott Franklin, Mark Green, Pramila, Jayapal, Lynn Hughes, Hughes, Trump's, Donald Trump's, Donald McGahn, Trump, Jill Biden, Queen, CHRIS JACKSON, Queen Elizabeth II, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, Kate Felmet, Esme, mignon, Michael Loccisano Organizations: &, Super Bowl, Mary Law School, William &, NATO, Washington Post, Republican, CrossAmerica Partners, Washington Democrat, World Health Organization, China, Houston Methodist, COVID, Apple, New York Times, Democratic, Windsor, Westminster Kennel Club, Union Locations: Mexico, Florida, dealmaking, Afghanistan, Washington, COVID, Nuremberg, Oregon
The part owner of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant said it is working on a "performance issue" there. Framatome's statement came after CNN reported that it warned the US of an "imminent radiological threat." The part-owner of a Chinese nuclear power plant said it is experiencing a "performance issue" after a report it warned of a leak. Framatome, a French company that part-owns and helps operate the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, told Agence France-Presse that it was "supporting resolution of a performance issue" at the plant. The plant said on Sunday, before the CNN report was published, that suggestions of radiation leakage were untrue, The Washington Post reported.
Persons: Framatome, Joe Biden's Organizations: Taishan Nuclear Power, CNN, Taishan Nuclear, Agence France, Washington Post Locations: Taishan, French, China
The Chinese military has deployed extra surveillance forces in the air and waters near a disputed South China Sea archipelago as tensions rise between Beijing and its Southeast Asia neighbours. "Recently there's been an uptick in foreign military activities, especially naval movements by US and allied forces, in the South China Sea. The United States conducted 72 reconnaissance flights over the South China Sea in May, up from 65 in April, according to the Beijing-based South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative, which monitors military activity in the region. Beijing claims almost all of the South China Sea, but there are overlapping claims with the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan, leading to confrontations over the disputed waters. Wang also told the assembled foreign ministers that China would push forward discussions for a code of conduct in the South China Sea.
Persons: Collin Koh, there's, Arleigh Burke, Curtis Wilbur, Wang Yi, Wang Organizations: Rajaratnam, of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, United, Pentagon, Manila, Beijing, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Foreign, Asean Locations: China, Beijing, Asia, Spratly, Singapore, South China, United States, South, Taiwan Strait, Zhuhai, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Taiwan
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