1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): “russia analysis” – Google News: EGCA looks ahead to period of growth | Analysis – Global Investor

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EGCA looks ahead to period of growth | Analysis  Global Investor

The asset manager is looking to promote a fund of listed biotech firms from its smart Saville Row office.

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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): Reuters: World News: Runner-up in Congo’s presidential election dismisses results as an ‘electoral coup’

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The runner-up in Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential vote dismissed results announced by the election commission on Thursday as “a true electoral coup”.

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1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Stars and Stripes: Texas landowners dig in to fight Trump’s border wall

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The federal government has started surveying land along the border in Texas and announced plans to start construction next month. Rather than surrender their land, some property owners are vowing to reject buyout offers and preparing to fight the administration in court.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): World – TIME: China’s Ambassador to Canada Says Calling to Free Detainees Is ‘White Supremacy’

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(TORONTO) — China’s ambassador to Canada accused the country Wednesday of “white supremacy” in calling for the release of two Canadians detained in China last month, while describing the detentions as an “act of self-defense.”

The arrests were in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive in Canada.

But Ambassador Lu Shaye’s charged in op-ed in the Ottawa-based Hill Times that Western countries are employing a “double standard” in demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“The reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy,” Lu writes.

“What they have been doing is not showing respect for the rule of law, but mocking and trampling the rule of law.”

China detained Canadian ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor on Dec. 10 on vague allegations of “engaging in activities that endanger the national security” of China.

In the op-ed, Lu seemed to admit detaining the Canadians was in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, something China has previously denied.

“I have recently heard a word repeatedly pronounced by some Canadians: bullying. They said that by arresting two Canadian citizens as retaliation for Canada’s detention of Meng, China was bullying Canada. To those people, China’s self-defence is an offence to Canada,” Lu wrote.

The arrests came 10 days after Meng was arrested in Canada at the request of the U.S., which wants her extradited to face charges that she misled banks about the company’s business dealings in Iran. A Canadian judge granted Meng bail while she awaits extradition proceedings.

Le writes that “elites” in Canada are completely dismissing China’s law by demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“It seems that, to those people, the laws of Canada or other Western countries are laws and must be observed, while China’s laws are not and shouldn’t be respected,” Lu writes.

Lu also writes that Meng was arrested without violating any Canadian law, suggesting that Canada should never detain someone for extradition.

“It seems that, to some people, only Canadian citizens shall be treated in a humanitarian manner and their freedom deemed valuable, while Chinese people do not deserve that,” he writes.

Roland Paris, a former foreign policy adviser to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, called Lu’s claims “hogwash.”

“I don’t know what the ambassador was trying to accomplish but his article won’t help China’s cause. The reference to white supremacy was bizarre and unfortunate,” Paris said.

“There is false equivalency in this article. Canada is a rule of law country. China is a rule by law country and the distinction is important. Meng was not illegally detained as the ambassador claims.”

Paris noted Canada is following the letter of the extradition law it has with the U.S. and while the Canadians were grabbed in China under suspicious circumstances and China has held them without charge.

Julian Ku, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Hofstra Law, called Lu’s claims ridiculous and said he is playing the race card in an apparent effort to win sympathy from Chinese Canadians and Americans.

“He’s making it seem like the two legal proceedings are morally equivalent and they are not,” he said. “On one side you have due process, which makes a huge difference, and the other side you don’t, but he says it’s all the same.”

Ku noted China has still not revealed any specific information about what Kovrig and Spavor are charged with and have not given them a judicial hearing and thus Canada is not wrong with calling the arrests arbitrary.

“I am struck by how brazen they are being by making this appeal,” Ku said. “He says “You are being racist by not respecting our law.’ That’s an easy card to play.”

A message for the Chinese embassy in Ottawa was not immediately returned.

Alex Lawrence, a spokesman for Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, did not address Lu’s claims, but reiterated that Canada is “deeply concerned by the arbitrary detention by Chinese authorities of two Canadians last month and reiterate our call for their immediate release.”

Canada has embarked on a campaign with allies to win the release of the detained Canadians. The U.S., the U.K. the EU and Australia have issued statements in support. Trudeau called U.S. President Donald Trump this week about it and the White House called the arrests of the Canadians “unlawful.” Trudeau spoke with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, on Wednesday and thanked him.

“Canada remains closely engaged with partners, who have also spoken in support of these detained Canadians and the rule of law, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the EU, the United States, and Australia,” Lawrence said.

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(TORONTO) — China’s ambassador to Canada accused the country Wednesday of “white supremacy” in calling for the release of two Canadians detained in China last month, while describing the detentions as an “act of self-defense.”

The arrests were in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive in Canada.

But Ambassador Lu Shaye’s charged in op-ed in the Ottawa-based Hill Times that Western countries are employing a “double standard” in demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“The reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy,” Lu writes.

“What they have been doing is not showing respect for the rule of law, but mocking and trampling the rule of law.”

China detained Canadian ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor on Dec. 10 on vague allegations of “engaging in activities that endanger the national security” of China.

In the op-ed, Lu seemed to admit detaining the Canadians was in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, something China has previously denied.

“I have recently heard a word repeatedly pronounced by some Canadians: bullying. They said that by arresting two Canadian citizens as retaliation for Canada’s detention of Meng, China was bullying Canada. To those people, China’s self-defence is an offence to Canada,” Lu wrote.

The arrests came 10 days after Meng was arrested in Canada at the request of the U.S., which wants her extradited to face charges that she misled banks about the company’s business dealings in Iran. A Canadian judge granted Meng bail while she awaits extradition proceedings.

Le writes that “elites” in Canada are completely dismissing China’s law by demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“It seems that, to those people, the laws of Canada or other Western countries are laws and must be observed, while China’s laws are not and shouldn’t be respected,” Lu writes.

Lu also writes that Meng was arrested without violating any Canadian law, suggesting that Canada should never detain someone for extradition.

“It seems that, to some people, only Canadian citizens shall be treated in a humanitarian manner and their freedom deemed valuable, while Chinese people do not deserve that,” he writes.

Roland Paris, a former foreign policy adviser to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, called Lu’s claims “hogwash.”

“I don’t know what the ambassador was trying to accomplish but his article won’t help China’s cause. The reference to white supremacy was bizarre and unfortunate,” Paris said.

“There is false equivalency in this article. Canada is a rule of law country. China is a rule by law country and the distinction is important. Meng was not illegally detained as the ambassador claims.”

Paris noted Canada is following the letter of the extradition law it has with the U.S. and while the Canadians were grabbed in China under suspicious circumstances and China has held them without charge.

Julian Ku, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Hofstra Law, called Lu’s claims ridiculous and said he is playing the race card in an apparent effort to win sympathy from Chinese Canadians and Americans.

“He’s making it seem like the two legal proceedings are morally equivalent and they are not,” he said. “On one side you have due process, which makes a huge difference, and the other side you don’t, but he says it’s all the same.”

Ku noted China has still not revealed any specific information about what Kovrig and Spavor are charged with and have not given them a judicial hearing and thus Canada is not wrong with calling the arrests arbitrary.

“I am struck by how brazen they are being by making this appeal,” Ku said. “He says “You are being racist by not respecting our law.’ That’s an easy card to play.”

A message for the Chinese embassy in Ottawa was not immediately returned.

Alex Lawrence, a spokesman for Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, did not address Lu’s claims, but reiterated that Canada is “deeply concerned by the arbitrary detention by Chinese authorities of two Canadians last month and reiterate our call for their immediate release.”

Canada has embarked on a campaign with allies to win the release of the detained Canadians. The U.S., the U.K. the EU and Australia have issued statements in support. Trudeau called U.S. President Donald Trump this week about it and the White House called the arrests of the Canadians “unlawful.” Trudeau spoke with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, on Wednesday and thanked him.

“Canada remains closely engaged with partners, who have also spoken in support of these detained Canadians and the rule of law, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the EU, the United States, and Australia,” Lawrence said.

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(TORONTO) — China’s ambassador to Canada accused the country Wednesday of “white supremacy” in calling for the release of two Canadians detained in China last month, while describing the detentions as an “act of self-defense.”

The arrests were in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive in Canada.

But Ambassador Lu Shaye’s charged in op-ed in the Ottawa-based Hill Times that Western countries are employing a “double standard” in demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“The reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy,” Lu writes.

“What they have been doing is not showing respect for the rule of law, but mocking and trampling the rule of law.”

China detained Canadian ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor on Dec. 10 on vague allegations of “engaging in activities that endanger the national security” of China.

In the op-ed, Lu seemed to admit detaining the Canadians was in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, something China has previously denied.

“I have recently heard a word repeatedly pronounced by some Canadians: bullying. They said that by arresting two Canadian citizens as retaliation for Canada’s detention of Meng, China was bullying Canada. To those people, China’s self-defence is an offence to Canada,” Lu wrote.

The arrests came 10 days after Meng was arrested in Canada at the request of the U.S., which wants her extradited to face charges that she misled banks about the company’s business dealings in Iran. A Canadian judge granted Meng bail while she awaits extradition proceedings.

Le writes that “elites” in Canada are completely dismissing China’s law by demanding the immediate release of the Canadians.

“It seems that, to those people, the laws of Canada or other Western countries are laws and must be observed, while China’s laws are not and shouldn’t be respected,” Lu writes.

Lu also writes that Meng was arrested without violating any Canadian law, suggesting that Canada should never detain someone for extradition.

“It seems that, to some people, only Canadian citizens shall be treated in a humanitarian manner and their freedom deemed valuable, while Chinese people do not deserve that,” he writes.

Roland Paris, a former foreign policy adviser to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, called Lu’s claims “hogwash.”

“I don’t know what the ambassador was trying to accomplish but his article won’t help China’s cause. The reference to white supremacy was bizarre and unfortunate,” Paris said.

“There is false equivalency in this article. Canada is a rule of law country. China is a rule by law country and the distinction is important. Meng was not illegally detained as the ambassador claims.”

Paris noted Canada is following the letter of the extradition law it has with the U.S. and while the Canadians were grabbed in China under suspicious circumstances and China has held them without charge.

Julian Ku, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Hofstra Law, called Lu’s claims ridiculous and said he is playing the race card in an apparent effort to win sympathy from Chinese Canadians and Americans.

“He’s making it seem like the two legal proceedings are morally equivalent and they are not,” he said. “On one side you have due process, which makes a huge difference, and the other side you don’t, but he says it’s all the same.”

Ku noted China has still not revealed any specific information about what Kovrig and Spavor are charged with and have not given them a judicial hearing and thus Canada is not wrong with calling the arrests arbitrary.

“I am struck by how brazen they are being by making this appeal,” Ku said. “He says “You are being racist by not respecting our law.’ That’s an easy card to play.”

A message for the Chinese embassy in Ottawa was not immediately returned.

Alex Lawrence, a spokesman for Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, did not address Lu’s claims, but reiterated that Canada is “deeply concerned by the arbitrary detention by Chinese authorities of two Canadians last month and reiterate our call for their immediate release.”

Canada has embarked on a campaign with allies to win the release of the detained Canadians. The U.S., the U.K. the EU and Australia have issued statements in support. Trudeau called U.S. President Donald Trump this week about it and the White House called the arrests of the Canadians “unlawful.” Trudeau spoke with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, on Wednesday and thanked him.

“Canada remains closely engaged with partners, who have also spoken in support of these detained Canadians and the rule of law, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the EU, the United States, and Australia,” Lawrence said.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): Reuters: World News: Opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi wins Congo’s presidential election

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Democratic Republic of Congo’s electoral commission on Thursday declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the surprise winner of last month’s presidential election, a result that sets the stage for the country’s first democratic transfer of power.

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Democratic Republic of Congo’s electoral commission on Thursday declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the surprise winner of last month’s presidential election, a result that sets the stage for the country’s first democratic transfer of power.

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Democratic Republic of Congo’s electoral commission on Thursday declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the surprise winner of last month’s presidential election, a result that sets the stage for the country’s first democratic transfer of power.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): Reuters: World News: Congo election winner Felix Tshisekedi pays homage to outgoing president Kabila

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Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential election winner Felix Tshisekedi on Thursday paid his respects to outgoing President Joseph Kabila, whom he described as “an important political partner”.

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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): Reuters: World News: Congo election winner Felix Tshisekedi pays homage to outgoing president Kabila

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Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential election winner Felix Tshisekedi on Thursday paid his respects to outgoing President Joseph Kabila, whom he described as “an important political partner”.

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New cast, still ‘Friends’ Among Donald Trump’s more fanciful complaints about the Russia investigation has been his description of special counsel Robert Mueller and his despised former FBI director, James Comey, as “Best friends, just one of many Mueller Conflicts of Interest.”
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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. Podcasts from Michael_Novakhov (19 sites): Audio | The Guardian: On trial: El Salvador’s abortion ban

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The shocking case of Imelda Cortez has put El Salvador’s strict abortion laws in the spotlight. Human rights lawyer Paula Avila-Guillen and reporter Nina Lakhani describe how a surprise verdict has given fresh hope to women in El Salvador. Plus, in opinion, Randeep Ramesh on the Guardian’s call for a citizens’ assembly to break the Brexit deadlock

El Salvador is one of 26 countries with a total ban on abortion, and the law is applied brutally. It’s not uncommon for women who have a miscarriage or a stillbirth to be charged with murder or, in the shocking case of Imelda Cortez, attempted murder.

Her case, and the ultimate acquittal of all charges against her, has given hope to women in El Salvador. Reporter Nina Lakhani and human rights lawyer Paula Avila-Guillen describe how Imelda Cortez came to be charged with the attempted murder of her child.

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The Oscars are reportedly gearing up to broadcast sans a host this year, opting instead for a different format for the upcoming awards show.

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