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Lessons from Hawaii’s incoming missile false alarm, Why the Aziz Ansari story is important, Is Latin America withdrawing support for Palestinians?, Ramzan Kadyrov’s brutal war on drugs, European Union takes a different tack from the US on Cuba

The Japan Times / TokyoLessons from Hawaii’s incoming missile false alarm

“Residents of the U.S. state of Hawaii began their weekend with warnings that a missile was heading toward them...,” states an editorial. “Upsetting as the incident was, it is a vivid reminder of the reality of the tensions that dominate political dynamics in Northeast Asia.... It is important that U.S. decision makers appreciate

The Daily Telegraph / Sydney, AustraliaWhy the Aziz Ansari story is importantHaaretz / Tel AvivIs Latin America withdrawing support for Palestinians?The Independent / LondonRamzan Kadyrov’s brutal war on drugsThe Nassau Guardian / Nassau, BahamasEuropean Union takes a different tack from the US on Cuba

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