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Protectionism is not answer to today’s problems: UN chief | Newstrack

United Nations: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said “the answer to today’s problems is not protectionism, is not isolationism.”

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said “the answer to today’s problems is not protectionism, is not isolationism.” “I am a strong believer in multilateralism to address global problems. There is no way global problems can be addressed on a country by country basis. Global problems need to have global answers and global answers can only be implemented through multilateral ...

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Top Dems divided on more Iran sanctions | TheHill

Ten Democratic Senate committee chairmen wrote a letter to Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) late Wednesday urging him not to allow a vote on a bill that would impose tougher sanctions against Iran. “At this time, as negotiations are ongoing, we believe that new sanctions would play into the hands of those in Iran who are most eager to see ...

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Iran is negotiating with the wrong US officials | Al Jazeera America

To end sanctions regime, Tehran needs to convince Congress by Christopher A. Bidwell Iranian officials have just finished a meeting in Geneva with the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany (the so-called P5+1). On short notice, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry dove into the first formal and open negotiations between the two countries since ...

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Obama’s endless siege | Morning Star

… Despite the relaxation of travel restrictions Washington has continued to enforce economic sanctions on Cuba – with an increasing emphasis on “extraterritorial imposition,” that is, seeking to enforce its sanctions policy in all countries of the world. US extraterritorial blockade legislation is in violation of international law. In June 2012 Dutch bank ING received the largest penalty ever for ...

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