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Surveillance And Situational Awareness Technologies In South Asia And Implications – OpEd

In the current nuclear age, improvements in surveillance and situational awareness technologies have revolutionized the emerging scenarios of conflicts. The advances in remote sensing systems and the adoption of unmanned automated systems have made the early warning systems more relevant. In a way, it has increased the visibility of the …

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Trump Plans Final China Crackdown to Bind Biden, Axios Says

(Bloomberg) — President Donald Trump plans several new hard-line moves against China in the remaining weeks of his term, Axios reported, citing senior administration officials they didn’t identify.Trump may announce sanctions or trade restrictions against more Chinese companies, government entities or officials, citing human rights violations or threats to U.S. …

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The Novel Sobriety Of Joe Biden’s Public Health Playbook: Five Highlights – Analysis

By Nikhila Natarajan “Please, I implore you, wear a mask,” US president-elect Joe Biden pleaded with Americans in his first public remarks after his election victory. Biden is confronting a bitterly divided country where face coverings have become political statements in a culture war around notions of freedom and the …

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For US President-Elect Biden, A Foreign Policy Informed By Many, Many, Many Road Trips – Analysis

By Mike Eckel* (RFE/RL) — Before he was president-elect, before he was vice president, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden spent 36 years in the U.S. Senate, representing the state of Delaware. For many of those years, he served on the chamber’s Foreign Relations Committee, including two stints as its chairman. That gave …

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