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The US and Japan must be open to talks with North Korea, Behind Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption drive, Analysts misunderstand Saudi Arabia’s transformation, The Paradise Papers are an opportunity to improve law, Kenyatta must heal Kenya’s wounds

The Japan Times / TokyoThe US and Japan must be open to diplomatic talks with North Korea

“The summit between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump may have been a success in demonstrating the solid Japan-U.S. alliance in the face of North Korea’s security threat...,” states an editorial. “They confirmed the shared strategy of maximizing international pressures on North Korea.... Abe has

The National / Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesWhat’s really behind Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption driveThe Telegraph / LondonFlippant analysts have misinterpreted Saudi Arabia’s rapid transformationThe Gleaner / Kingston, JamaicaThe Paradise Papers present an opportunity to improve a Jamaican reform lawThe Daily Monitor / Kampala, UgandaKenyatta must work to heal Kenya’s postelection wounds

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