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Trump’s Jerusalem decision deprives US of leverage in peace talks, Trump sheds a presidential mask, Leave no one behind in the global clean energy transition, Rape by Myanmar’s armed forces must be addressed, The West’s hand in the Libyan slave market

The Japan Times / TokyoTrump’s Jerusalem decision deprives US of leverage in peace talks

“U.S. President Donald Trump announced [recently] that he would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel...,” states an editorial. “While Trump’s decision is a symbolic victory for Israelis, that does not make it a wise move, tactically or strategically.... The move reflects political and strategic calculations. The political ones are straightforward.

The Jordan Times / Amman, JordanIn declaring Jerusalem Israel’s capital, Trump shed a presidential maskEUObserver / BrusselsDuring the global clean energy transition, no one should be left behindThe Daily Star / Dhaka, BangladeshRape by Myanmar’s armed forces must be addressedDaily Monitor / Kampala, UgandaThe West has a hand in the Libyan slave market

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