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It’s that time of the year when we look back on how India charted new pathways in #Diplomacy and left an imprint on the global agenda.
The year began with the 10th #IndiaJapan Strategic Dialogue, which provided a platform for blossoming of deep rooted ties into a special strategic & global partnership
The then Japanese Foreign Minister @konotaromp attended the summit along with the former EAM Smt. Sushma Swaraj
@konotaromp @MofaJapan_en @IndianEmbTokyo @PIB_India A World Reorder: New Geometries; Fluid Partnerships; Uncertain Outcomes.
The 4th edition of @raisinadialogue, a flagship annual geopolitical and geostrategic conference, was organised by @orfonline and @MEAIndia

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The Capitalist Network That Runs The World - 700 Individuals… (October 2011 article) #Qanon
The Ponzi Scheme Called the Global Network of Corporate Control (GNCC)… (PDF) Study | An interlocking or bowtie corporate structure.
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Jacob Zuma is the first Black South African President to reject the second invitation from Queen Elizabeth.

He pulled out of ICC and he told them straight that ICC is targeting African leaders only (please note that ICC haven't investigated Bush and Blair for crimes of genocide
Devastation of Iraq and Afghanistan, furthermore Britain, France and USA haven't been investigated for crime they commit in Africa and Asia).

The last president that Gaddafi had a chat with is President Jacob Zuma, they had an unrecorded meeting.
Zuma never went to unrecorded meeting with sir racist Renwick.

President Jacob Zuma never disrespect Mugabe in Media and he was not bribed by the Ruperts and the Oppenheimer to collide with the Da. Etv and E-news that are owned by the Ruperts .
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THREAD: As protests continue and the rial tumbles, #Iran is increasingly seen as an economic basket case that has squandered its chance to join the ranks of the #BRICs. Here are 7 charts that challenge that view.…
Back in January, I told @folha reporter @DiogoBercito that I saw parallels between the Brazilian protests that have been running since 2014 and those in Iran. In both contexts you hear calls to overthrow the government.…
This is the same reaction to the same macroeconomic failures. The frustrated cry of the Iranian protestor is the same cry as that of the Brazilian protestor. Sure, there is some local political and economic dialect. But the language of corruption and inequality is the same.
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