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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2404

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How China Got Sri Lanka to Cough Up a Port

Every time Sri Lanka’s president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, turned to his Chinese allies for loans and assistance with an ambitious port project, the answer was yes.

A cargo ship navigating one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, near Hambantota, Sri Lanka, in May.CreditAdam Dean for The New York Times
A cargo ship navigating one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, near Hambantota, Sri Lanka, in May.CreditAdam Dean for The New York Times
Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa of Sri Lanka, center, holding court at a wedding in Colombo in June.CreditAdam Dean for The New York Times
The Hambantota Port gets only a small percentage of Sri Lanka’s port business, overshadowed by the main complex in the capital.CreditAdam Dean for The New York Times
Sri Lankan workers processing cars being unloaded from a ship at Hambantota Port.Credit Adam Dean for The New York Times
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Trump poised to usher in new era of American politics

With the retirement of Justice Kennedy, President Donald Trump seemed assured of a Supreme court majority for good making his campaign pledge to tighten law enforcement’s grip on unauthorized immigration well within reach in a short time.

Trump poised to usher in new era of American politics
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India Pakistan Ties And Korea Peace Move are Wide Apart

Many may still be rubbing their eyes in disbelief that the unpredictable President of the US, Donald Trump and the virulently anti-US North Korean strongman Kim Jung-un will agree to set aside their mutual hostility and distrust and meet in an effort to end decades of tension between the two countries.

India Pakistan Ties  And  Korea Peace Move are Wide Apart
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