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Saudi investments influence reactions to Khashoggi affair, Climate change brings security risks, Countries will have to choose a side in US-China trade war, Israel’s denial of entry to student was unwise, The United States should look to its own democracy

The Sydney Morning Herald / Sydney, AustraliaSaudi investments influence CEO reactions to Khashoggi affair

“The new global economy is addicted to Saudi wealth,” writes John McDuling. “Uber is backed by it. So too is Slack.... But as the world comes to grips with the shock disappearance of [Jamal Khashoggi,] a Saudi journalist who had been critical of the country’s ruling regime, it has also suddenly

The Daily Star / Dhaka, BangladeshClimate change brings security risksNikkei Asian Review / TokyoCountries will have to choose a side in US-China trade warThe Jerusalem Post / JerusalemIsrael’s decision to deny entry to student was unwiseThe Standard / Nairobi, KenyaThe United States should look to its own democracy

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