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 Chinese Foreign Minister on China, COVID-19, Trump and more China’s President Xi commits 2 billion to WHO’s COVID-19 fight China and Canada are working together to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic A speech for the ages on 75th Anniversary of WW2 Let’s revamp EI instead of pining for a Basic Income China calls for cooperation while Trump plays the blame game

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 Chinese Foreign Minister on China, COVID-19, Trump and more

 Chinese Foreign Minister on China, COVID-19, Trump and more

Yesterday, in a wide-ranging interview Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi laid out China’s views on major global issues from Covid19 to US-Chinese relations, the future of globalization and multilateralism.
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China’s President Xi commits 2 billion to WHO’s COVID-19 fight

China’s President Xi commits 2 billion to WHO’s COVID-19 fight

World Health Organization (WHO) member states have agreed to set up an independent inquiry into the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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China and Canada are working together to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

China and Canada are working together to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global crisis . . . Only with solidarity can the international community defeat this pandemic.
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A speech for the ages on 75th Anniversary of WW2

A speech for the ages on 75th Anniversary of WW2

Read German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's exceptional speech — one for the ages, that should cause all to pause.
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Let’s revamp EI instead of pining for a Basic Income

Let’s revamp EI instead of pining for a Basic Income

Considering the social and economic imperatives after COVID-19, the federal government must carry out an in-depth reform of EI to meet the labour market challenges of the 21st century.
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China calls for cooperation while Trump plays the blame game

China calls for cooperation while Trump plays the blame game

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cut a swath of sickness and death around the world and stifle global economies, most leaders are focused on containing it while others seem more focused on the blame game.
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