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          Kai Ting Chuang Defeats Yodcherry Sityodting to Win One Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Wazzup Pilipinas!

The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), made a triumphant return to Guangzhou last Saturday night, as the biggest and brightest stars in martial arts came out to showcase their incredible skills. The Guangzhou Tianhe Gymnasium played host to ONE: BATTLE FOR THE HEAVENS and electrified the crowd with world-class martial arts action. In the main event, “Killer Bee” Kai Ting Chuang of Chinese Taipei captured the inaugural ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship with a unanimous decision victory over Yodcherry Sityodtong of Thailand.

In the main event of the evening, 23-year-old “Killer Bee” Kai Ting Chuang of Chinese Taipei put on the performance of a lifetime, upsetting heavy favorite Yodcherry Sityodtong of Thailand in a five-round ONE Super Series Kickboxing title tilt. The three-time WAKO Kickboxing Champion employed a terrific game plan, avoiding Yodcherry’s powerful right hand and roundhouse kicks while countering with impeccable boxing combinations for five whole rounds. In the end, all three judges scored the bout in favor of Chuang to win by unanimous decision, awarding her the inaugural ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship.

Kai Ting Chuang, ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Champion, stated: “I went over this match with my coaches, and we came up with a great game plan which worked out perfectly. Thank you to all the fans who supported me, and especially my team who helped me in preparing for this match.”

In the co-main event of the evening, Filipino-Australian dynamo Reece “Lighting” McLaren made his case for a shot at the ONE Flyweight World Championship with resounding clarity, edging out Japanese veteran Tatsumitsu Wada by way of split decision. McLaren flaunted his fluid striking, repeatedly hammering Wada with stinging punches and lashing leg kicks. Although Wada posed problems on the mat in the opening moments of the bantamweight contest, McLaren’s impeccable grappling was able to pull out all the stops in the last two rounds of the bout, wearing out the Japanese stalwart with powerful takedowns and submission attempts. In the end, McLaren earned two of the three judges’ nods to have his hand raised by split decision.

Moroccan kickboxer Ibrahim El Bouni turned in a stirring performance in his ONE Super Series debut, attaining a first-round knockout win over Australia’s Andre “The Giant” Meunier. El Bouni patiently waited for the right moment to pounce on his hard-hitting counterpart. When he saw a good opening to strike, El Bouni dropped Meunier to the canvas with a thunderous hook. Although Meunier was able to beat the count of ten, El Bouni knew that the finish was within his reach, prompting him to produce another huge knockdown that put his Australian opponent on the mat for good. His stellar conquest of Meunier earned him the GoDaddy Knockout of the Night.

In a clash of promotional newcomers, Chinese ace Fu Chang Xin emerged triumphant, torching Rustem Yensebayev of Kazakhstan with a full display of his well-rounded martial arts skill set. Showcasing his versatility in his maiden assignment as a ONE Athlete, Fu flustered Yensebayev with pinpoint striking before he vindictively took matters to the ground. On the mat, Fu ferociously secured the finish, blasting his Kazakh foe with a relentless barrage of heavy blows that forced referee Yuji Shimada to intervene and call a halt to the contest.

In a ONE Super Series Muay Thai bantamweight bout, Saemapetch of the world-renowned Fairtex gym in Pattaya, Thailand put on an incredible striking showcase, dominating opponent Deividas Danyla of Lithuania over the course of three whole rounds. Operating behind the southpaw stance, Saemapetch cracked Danyla with whipping left roundhouse kicks and slashing left elbows throughout the duration of the bout. In the end, all three judges scored the bout in favor of Saemapetch to win by unanimous decision.

After tasting his first setback in ONE Championship last March, Zhao Zhi Kang of China redeemed himself by defeating compatriot and promotional debutant Ma Xu Dong. Although he went through a rough start at the hands of Ma, Zhao clung onto his submission wizardry, which paid dividends in the third and final round. Zhao put Ma to sleep with a tight guillotine choke to earn the victory.

Former two-time Muay Thai world champion and ONE World Title Challenger Istela Nunes of Brazil made a successful return to ONE Championship after more than a year away from competition, defeating the highly-regarded Gina “Conviction” Iniong of the Philippines. The 25-year-old Brazilian utilized her length and size advantage to keep Iniong out of range for the majority of the contest, and the Team Lakay veteran had difficulty closing the distance. In the end, all three judges saw the bout in favor of Nunes to win by unanimous decision.

25-year-old Shuya “Stealth” Kamikubo of Japan made a successful ONE Championship debut, overpowering martial arts veteran “The Terminator” Sunoto of Indonesia with a masterful grappling performance. After softening up Sunoto with ground-and-pound for the majority of the contest, Kamikubo put the finishing touches in the second round, pouncing on Sunoto with punches from top to win by technical knockout.

22-year-old Peng Xue Wen of China made quick and easy work of former two-time SEA Games Boxing Bronze Medalist Eddey “The Clown” Kalai of Indonesia, winning via first-round technical knockout. After trading kicks at the center of the ONE Championship ring, the two began to trade punches. Although he was swapping hard blows with a highly-decorated boxer, it did not deter Peng, who caught Kalai with an overhand right that dropped the Indonesian instantly. Follow-up punches on the ground ended matters just under a minute into the contest, earning Peng the stoppage victory.

Kicking off ONE: BATTLE FOR THE HEAVENS were strawweights Robin Catalan of the Philippines and Adrian Mattheis of Indonesia. After an impressive striking performance for two rounds, Catalan caught Mattheis with a heel hook midway through the second frame. With Mattheis in no position to escape, Catalan put the pressure on the submission and forced the tap.

Official results for ONE: BATTLE FOR THE HEAVENS
ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship bout: Kai Ting Chuang defeats Yodcherry Sityodtong by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 5 rounds
Flyweight bout: Reece McLaren defeats Tatsumitsu Wada by Split Decision (SD) after 3 rounds
ONE Super Series Kickboxing Catch Weight bout (105.0kg): Ibrahim El Bouni defeats Andre Meunier by Knockout (KO) at 1:31 minutes of round 1
Catch Weight bout (66.5kg): Fu Chang Xin defeats Rustem Yensebayev by TKO (Strikes) at 4:32 minutes of round 1
ONE Super Series Muay Thai Bantamweight bout: Saemapetch Fairtex defeats Deividas Danyla by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds
Catch Weight bout (68.0kg): Zhao Zhi Kang defeats Ma Xu Dong by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:08 minutes of round 3
Women’s Atomweight bout: Istela Nunes defeats Gina Iniong by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds
Bantamweight bout: Shuya Kamikubo defeats Sunoto by TKO (Strikes) at 3:54 minutes of round 2
Strawweight bout: Peng Xue Wen defeats Eddey Kalai by TKO (Strikes) at 0:57 minutes of round 1
Strawweight bout: Robin Catalan defeats Adrian Mattheis by Submission (Heel Hook) at 2:10 minutes of round 2

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONEChampionship.

          Families of targeted Kazakhs speak out      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yahefu Nulahong
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(Almaty, Kazakhstan—July 10, 2018) The Chinese government has conducted further targeting of Xinjiang Muslims, their family members recently revealed.

49 year-old Teleu Wailibek was born in Huoenerkai Village, Zhaosu County, Ili Kazakh Autonomous Region, Xinjiang. He immigrated to Kazakhstan in 2011 with his wife, Ayihan Nurehemaiti, and their two children. However, Nurehemaiti did not obtain Kazakh citizenship in 2013 along with the rest of her family, only a Kazakh green card. Walibek revealed that his wife, who was a teacher in Huoernerkai Village, was allowed to retire in 2011 on account of her deteriorating health. In October 2017, Ayihan’s former school called and she returned to China. The police then confiscated her Chinese passport and Kazakh green card. In response to her detainment, Wailibek stated, “It’s been eight months since my wife was detained in China. I haven’t heard from her.”

Wailibek has since contacted the Chinese government in an effort to get her released and returned to Kazakhstan reunite the separated family.

Kazakh citizen and Almaty resident Yahefu Nulahong’s father, Nulahong Kabe, was detained in Qitai County, Xinjiang, and spent three months in a “political training center.” While at the so-called political training center, Nulahong Kabe lived in a cell with more than 10 other prisoners, all of whom were Uyghurs.

“The political training center is in essence a prison,” Yahefu Nulahong said. “The guards beat you up no matter how old you are. In their eyes, you are not human. The prisoners have to recite articles by Confucius and study Chinese. They have to memorize the regulations on striking extreme religions even if they don’t speak Mandarin. The prisoners have to demonstrate their love to the Communist Party and the nation. They are transferred to a better cell after passing the exam. My father’s good at Chinese, so he was only detained for three months.”

Nulahong Kabe now has Kazakh citizenship along with his three children. Later on, Yahefu’s 57 year-old mother Ziyire Duonenbayi was detained in April 2017 in Qitai County and has not yet been reunited with her family.

An anonymous Kazakh in Almaty stated that the Xinjiang government forced minority language teachers to retire early after closing the schools dedicated to ethnic minorities. Retired teachers received a pension worth 60-70 percent of their original salaries. Younger teachers became guards, cleaners, and mechanics. The government also stopped paying teachers whose children were attending schools in Kazakhstan.

According to informed sources, the government of Dushanzi District, Karamay, Xinjiang arrested .he following Kazakhs: 1. Zhuomaert Nuersahat, 2. Kenjietayi Duisen, 3. Madan Walehan, 4. Kenjiebek Ilias. 5. Halibiyati Bayimaola, 6. Kamanayi Jietbai, 7. Halimujiang Hasen, 8. Kanjie, Lakan, 9. Selik Xielip. 10. Bolati Abudureheman. 11. Hali Helieli. 12. Ainiwar Halieli. 13. Pulati. 14. Tulsongul , 15. Gulia, 16. Hanixiayi , 17. Yiersihan, 18. Mulati, and 19. Guliziya Tisak.

According to informed sources, the first 10 people, the 18th person, and the 19th person on the above list were arrested because of their religious beliefs. Numbers 11-16 were arrested for travelling to Kazakhstan and staying for a long period of time. Currently, the aforementioned people are in “political training centers,” or a network of detention centers dedicated towards forcing ethnic minorities to learn Mandarin and Chinese policies while torturing them. The first 10 people have also been sentenced three to eight years in prison.

ChinaAid exposes the situations of those mentioned above in order to promote the rule of law, religious freedom, and human rights.

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          Sarah Palin says she was 'duped' into participating in a sham interview with Sacha Baron Cohen, alleges she was dropped off at the wrong airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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  • Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin slammed comedian Sacha Baron Cohen on Tuesday, claiming she was "duped" into giving him an interview for his upcoming show on Showtime, "Who is America."
  • Showtime and Cohen allegedly lured Palin "to honor American Vets" for a "legit Showtime historical documentary."
  • Palin said she and her daughter flew across the country to meet Cohen, who she says disguised himself as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair.
  • Palin also claimed Cohen and his network "purposefully dropped my daughter and me off at the wrong Washington, DC airport ... knowing we'd miss all flights back home to Alaska."

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin slammed comedian Sacha Baron Cohen on Tuesday, claming she was "duped" into giving him an interview for his upcoming Showtime program, "Who is America?"

"Ya' got me, Sacha," Palin said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. "Feel better now?"

Showtime and Cohen, an English comedian known for his over-the-top impersonations and hyperbolic interviews, allegedly lured Palin "to honor American Vets" for what was supposed to have been a "legit Showtime historical documentary,'" according to Palin.

Palin said she and her daughter flew across the country to meet Cohen, who she says disguised himself as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair. The purported interview soon went off the rails as Cohen's "disrespect and sarcasm" became clear, according to Palin.

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"I sat through a long 'interview' full of Hollywoodism's disrespect and sarcasm - but finally had enough and literally, physically removed my mic and walked out, much to Cohen's chagrin," Palin claimed. "The disrespect of our US military and middle-class Americans via Cohen's foreign commentaries under the guise of interview questions was perverse."

It wasn't immediately clear how Cohen's humor was derisive toward middle-class Americans as Palin claimed.

Cohen's previous roles have landed him in hot water.

In "Borat," Cohen played the role of Borat Sagdiyev, a fictitious journalist from Kazakhstan unaccustomed to Western society. Following the release of the movie in 2006, some Kazakhs felt exploited and accused the movie of portraying them in a negative light — Cohen's website was also reportedly blocked in Kazakhstan.

But Palin claims that Cohen's latest antics went too far. In addition to what Palin described as Cohen's "truly sick" humor, Palin claimed the network "purposefully dropped my daughter and me off at the wrong Washington, DC airport ... knowing we'd miss all flights back home to Alaska."

"Mock politicians and innocent public personalities all you want, if that lets you sleep at night, but HOW DARE YOU mock those who have fought and served our country," Palin added.

"Who is America" bills itself as a satirical take on political and cultural icons, such as former vice president Dick Cheney. The show premieres on Showtime, July 15.

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[국제경영] 국제합작투자와 전략적제휴에대한 LG필립스LCD의 합작투자사례[산업분석, 시계산업, 국제경영] [산업분석]-시계산업[국제경영] 카자흐스탄(KAZAKHSTAN) 산업분석[국제경영] 카자흐스탄(KAZAKHSTAN) 산업분석[국제경영] 라스베가스 산업분석[국제경영학] 글로벌경영전략- 컴퓨터산업분석 I. 서론 II. 본론 i. LCD 산업 소개 ii. LCD 산업의 Global Leaders ① 삼성 ② LG Philips ③ AU ④ Sharp iii. 글로벌 리더간 비교 분석 III. 결론 I. 요약 및 정리 I. 서론 세계 LCD 모니터 시장이 지난해 전년도 대비 10% 성장한 것으로 나타났다. 또 지난해4분기 LCD 모니터 시장의 규모는 990만대를 기록해 3분기에 비해 무려 30% 전년 동기에 비해 54%나 늘어났다. 이는 이 시장이 얼마나 급속도로 성장하고 있는가를 단적으로 보여주며 앞으로도 LCD모니터의 활용 범위는 PC TV에서 휴대폰 디지털 카메라 디지털 캠코더에 이르기까지 더욱 커질 것으로 보인다. 특히 이 LCD 모니터 시장에서 삼성 LG등의 우리 나라 기업들이 선두 자리를 차지하고 있어 이 산업에 대해 더욱 관심을 갖게 됐다. 그렇다면 과연 LCD가 무엇이고 이 산업은 어떤 특성을 가지며 이 시장의 글로벌 리더에는 어떤 기업이 있는지 등에 대해 살펴 보도록 하겠다. [국제경영-산업분석] 스포츠용품산업을 통한 글로벌리더분석[국제경영학] 맥주산업분석 및 경영전략[국제경영] 조선산업과 STX조선 산업분석[국제경영] 스마트폰 산업분석(삼성과 애플을 중심으로)[국제경영] 스타벅스 산업구조 및 핵심역량분석[전략경영] 디스플레이 산업분석 - 차세대 TV에서의 PDP와 LCD[국제경영] 반도체산업과 글로벌전략[국제경영] 삼성의 TFT-LCD 모니터 사업 분석[관광경영] 국내 카지노 산업의 이해 및 분석과 활성화 방안[국제경영전략] 홍진크라운 HJC 해외진출 사례분석[전략경영] 디스플레이 산업분석 - 차세대 TV에서의 PDP와 LCD[국제경영] LCD시장(디스플레이 산업)의 추세 및 전망과 `디보스`(diboss)의 글로벌기업으로의 도약[국제경영] 라면산업 일본 NISSIN 닛신 & 농심 비교분석[국제경영] 글로벌산업 `이동통신단말기산업` 분석 조회수:1175회
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          Economic and Political Potentials of the Belt and Road Initiative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Panel IV: Economic and Political Potentials of the Belt and Road Initiative

The last panel of the June 30-July 1 Schiller Institute conference featured speakers from Germany and from South-East Europe, who addressed the potential that can be unleashed by joining the BRI. Speakers include Elke Fimmen, Schiller Institute, Prof. Ivo Christov, Member of Bulgarian Parliament, Duško Dimitrijević, Ph.D., Professorial Fellow, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Serbia, Hans von Helldorff, Spokesman, Federal Association of the German Silk Road Initiative, Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, former Ambassador of Greece, former Secretary General of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization and Professor Nuraly Bekturganov, Vice President of Academy of Natural Sciences of Kazakhstan.


          Russia suppresses import of 344 tons of quarantine production from Kazakhstan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Gilberto Jesus Mendoza culminates a successful tour in Astana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The President of the World Boxing Association (WBA), Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, finished a successful 3-day tour of Astana, Kazakhstan. His stay in the Euro-Asian country began on July 7th, when Beibut Shumenov was crowned WBA World Cruiserweight Champion, after defeating the Turk Hizni Altunkaya. On Monday, July 9th, Mendoza held an important meeting with the […]
          Christine Kamau takes benga-jazz fusion to Germany      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kenyan Jazz Trumpeter Christine Kamau has been invited to join 16 jazz music industry players from 15 countries for the 2018 Jazz from Germany Visitors Program 16th-22nd July. The 2018 Jazz from Germany Visitors Program comprises festival directors and musicians from USA, Canada, Turkey, India, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Cuba, Russia, Thailand and Kenya. The artists selected...

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          Kazakhstan squirrel art installation sparks backlash over costs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Huge rodent causes a stir as locals question the city of Almaty's decision to fund the art project.
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          Watch: Kazakhstan squirrel statue's cost draws detractors      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A 40-foot squirrel sculpture assembled from straw in a Kazakhstan city is prompting backlash from the public due to its $67,000 price tag.
          Kazakh Weightlifter Is A Breakdancing Celebrity - New Best      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

He may be a sporting heavyweight but two-time Kazakh Olympic champion weightlifter Ilya Ilyin is lightweight on his feet as this breakdancing video shows.

Author: avatarolympic2016-tv
Tags: kazakh dance bodybuilder weightlifter breakdance Kazakhstan Olympic Games 2016 Olympic Games
Posted: 11 Juli 2018


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State-owned group to buy country’s largest mobile phone operator despite monopoly fears
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In a recent Italian-language newspaper interview, Auxiliary Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Astana, Kazakhstan, characterized the European Union as “a kind of new Soviet Union” with “an unmistakably Masonic ideology.” He also discussed the “great confusion in the Church” and said that “the entrustment of children to homosexual so-called couples represents in the last analysis a moral abuse of children.”
          Inside the lives of Mongolia's 'millennial monks,' who play basketball, pray for 12 hours a day, and visit the outside world only twice a year      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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  • Thousands of Buddhist monks in Mongolia were killed under Communist leadership in the 1930s.
  • Today's millennial generation is the first to come of age since democracy was introduced, and young monks are finding a new set of challenges to keep their religion alive.
  • The leaders of one revered monastery are in their 20s and 30s, and are struggling to attract new students.


In Mongolia, the future of one of the world's oldest religions is in the hands of millennials.

Young Buddhist monks are increasingly being given control of Mongolia's monasteries as the religion struggles to find new blood.

The millennial generation of monks is the first to come of age since democracy was introduced to Mongolia in 1990. Prior to that, Buddhists in this sparsely-populated country faced deadly persecution — an estimated 17,000 monks were killed in Stalinist purges in the late 1930s.

Now, monks in their 20s and 30s are tasked with leading the next generation of Buddhist religious leaders. At one monastery in northern Mongolia, the monks alternate hours of religious study with games of basketball and the occasional phone call, a privilege reserved for people older than 25.

Here's what life is like for Mongolia's generation of millennial monks.

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The millennial generation of monks in Mongolia is the first generation to come of age since democracy came to the country in 1990. Before, under communist leadership, Mongolia lost thousands of monks to bloody purges.

Source: Reuters



Religious centers like the Amarbayasgalant Monastery are shells of what they once were. Before the purges, 800 monks resided at the monastery. Just 40 live there today.

Source: Reuters



Located in the seemingly endless grasslands of northern Mongolia, the monastery is struggling to attract and retain students.

Source: Reuters



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Hello everyone!! Kahotan here! (@gsc_kahotan) I have an urge to visit Barcelona! Particularly when I see YURI!!! on ICE Nendoroids! Today I’m going to be taking a look at… Nendoroid Otabek Altin! From the popular anime series “YURI!!! on ICE” comes a Nendoroid of the figure skater considered a national hero in Kazakhstan, Otabek Altin! He […]
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Russia needs to strengthen cooperation with the Caspian countries, the Special Representative of the Russian president for humanitarian and economic cooperation with the Caspian countries, former head of Dagestan Ramazan …
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Competitive: Weatherford:   Carry out the company's resolutions, orders, instructions and other local regulatory acts, as well as the orders and instructions issued by State Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan
          Book Safe - Starship Troopers - Leather Bound Hollow Book Safe by HollowBooksByRP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Inside Compartment Dimensions: 4-1/4" x 7-5/8" x 1-3/8" (Wide, Tall, Deep)
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Book safes are an age old way to stash one’s treasures–the key to a safe, a private document, a flask, cash, jewelry and of course… secret love letters. And you can use them while traveling to hide your ipod, back up cash, or other valuables from would-be thieves. And of course if you end up wrongfully imprisoned, they work as an excellent place to stash a rock hammer for tunneling your way to freedom. Not only are book safes fun to possess, they also make a cool, unique gift.

First some considerations when looking for a book safe. The whole point is to conceal something from prying eyes, so be careful what book safe you choose. You don’t want it to stand out in your book case. If this is for yourself, choose a book that will fit in on your shelf. If you’ve got a shelf full of new mystery paperbacks, a large vintage medical textbook will look suspicious and out of place. Additionally, consider picking a book that people aren’t likely to pull off your shelf out of curiosity. Think “The Economic History of Kazakhstan” instead of “The Secrets of Better Sex”. But if you’re giving the book safe as a gift, choose a volume that suits the personality and interests of the intended recipient. For Whom the Bell Tolls for Dad; Nancy Drew for little sis.

Now about my book safes, what makes them different?
Usually I use upcycled used books, not new. This allows the wear and tear of a book add to the charm of your safe while lending a bit of charm to your collection. Besides, cutting up a new, unread book defeats the original purpose of that literary masterpiece. Think of it as a second life for a book that has been enjoyed.
Unlike many home crafted book safes, I have added a few construction design upgrades of my own. Learning from my woodworking experience I experimented and came up with the following improvements. (Technically, a book is “wood” so this is not too much of a departure from what I usually craft.
#1 – These safes have been crafted with “natural” page edges. Meaning that I do not just coat the outer, exposed page edges with a layer of glue. My safes actually appear to be an unaltered book when closed. You can actually thumb the pages and they separate along the edge, just like a regular book.
#2 – Internal reinforcements. In larger, thicker books, I have found a way to insert metal pins that keep the book safe square and ridged. These metal pins are totally concealed. Some other book safes tend to “droop” since so much of the internal page material removed to create the cavity.

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          Hollow Book Safe - Complete Fairy Tales - Blue Leather Bound by HollowBooksByRP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Book Safe – Complete Fairy Tales - Leather Bound

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Title: Complete Fairy Tales
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Cover - Hardback, Bonded Leather Bound.
Inside Compartment Dimensions: 4-3/8" x 7-1/2" x 1-3/8" (Wide, Tall, Deep)
Features Specific to this Book Safe: Painted and Embossed Encyclopedia Style Spine and Cover

Book safes are an age old way to stash one’s treasures–the key to a safe, a private document, a flask, cash, jewelry and of course… secret love letters. And you can use them while traveling to hide your ipod, back up cash, or other valuables from would-be thieves. And of course if you end up wrongfully imprisoned, they work as an excellent place to stash a rock hammer for tunneling your way to freedom. Not only are book safes fun to possess, they also make a cool, unique gift.

First some considerations when looking for a book safe. The whole point is to conceal something from prying eyes, so be careful what book safe you choose. You don’t want it to stand out in your book case. If this is for yourself, choose a book that will fit in on your shelf. If you’ve got a shelf full of new mystery paperbacks, a large vintage medical textbook will look suspicious and out of place. Additionally, consider picking a book that people aren’t likely to pull off your shelf out of curiosity. Think “The Economic History of Kazakhstan” instead of “The Secrets of Better Sex”. But if you’re giving the book safe as a gift, choose a volume that suits the personality and interests of the intended recipient. For Whom the Bell Tolls for Dad; Nancy Drew for little sis.

Now about my book safes, what makes them different?
I only use upcycled used books, never new. This allows the wear and tear of a book add to the charm of your safe while lending a bit of charm to your collection. Besides, cutting up a new, unread book defeats the original purpose of that literary masterpiece. Think of it as a second life for a book that has been enjoyed.
Unlike many home crafted book safes, I have added a few construction design upgrades of my own. Learning from my woodworking experience I experimented and came up with the following improvements. (Technically, a book is “wood” so this is not too much of a departure from what I usually craft.
#1 – These safes have been crafted with “natural” page edges. Meaning that I do not just coat the outer, exposed page edges with a layer of glue. My safes actually appear to be an unaltered book when closed. You can actually thumb the pages and they separate along the edge, just like a regular book.
#2 – Internal reinforcements. In larger, thicker books, I have found a way to insert metal pins that keep the book safe square and ridged. These metal pins are totally concealed. Some other book safes tend to “droop” since so much of the internal page material removed to create the cavity.

Note: Any props in the pictures are NOT INCLUDED. Electronics, cash, jewelry and other items are used to demonstrate scale of the book and compartment.

Shipping: Now offering International Shipping for this item!! Shipments within the USA are sent via 1st Class Mail, Parcel Post or Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. International Shipments are sent by International First Class Parcel Post or Flat Rate Priority. Please note however – For your protection please provide a “secure” delivery address. Packages left at your door by the carrier are considered “Delivered”, even if your neighborhood kids get to it before you. I cannot be responsible for the item once it leaves my possession. See my shop policies for further details.

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          Hollow Book Safe - Arabian Nights - Leather Bound by HollowBooksByRP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Book/Safe Specifications:
Title: Arabian Nights (Made from a new book)
Size (Outer book): 6-3/8" x 9-1/2" x 1-3/4" Approximately (Wide, Tall, Thick)
Cover - Hardback, Leather Bound.
Inside Compartment Dimensions: 4-3/8" x 7-5/8" x 1-1/2" (Wide, Tall, Deep)
Features Specific to this Book Safe: Painted and Embossed Encyclopedia Style Spine and Cover

Book safes are an age old way to stash one’s treasures–the key to a safe, a private document, a flask, cash, jewelry and of course… secret love letters. And you can use them while traveling to hide your ipod, back up cash, or other valuables from would-be thieves. And of course if you end up wrongfully imprisoned, they work as an excellent place to stash a rock hammer for tunneling your way to freedom. Not only are book safes fun to possess, they also make a cool, unique gift.

First some considerations when looking for a book safe. The whole point is to conceal something from prying eyes, so be careful what book safe you choose. You don’t want it to stand out in your book case. If this is for yourself, choose a book that will fit in on your shelf. If you’ve got a shelf full of new mystery paperbacks, a large vintage medical textbook will look suspicious and out of place. Additionally, consider picking a book that people aren’t likely to pull off your shelf out of curiosity. Think “The Economic History of Kazakhstan” instead of “The Secrets of Better Sex”. But if you’re giving the book safe as a gift, choose a volume that suits the personality and interests of the intended recipient. For Whom the Bell Tolls for Dad; Nancy Drew for little sis.

Now about my book safes, what makes them different?
Usually I only use upcycled used books, not new. This allows the wear and tear of a book add to the charm of your safe while lending a bit of charm to your collection. Besides, cutting up a new, unread book defeats the original purpose of that literary masterpiece. Think of it as a second life for a book that has been enjoyed.
Unlike many home crafted book safes, I have added a few construction design upgrades of my own. Learning from my woodworking experience I experimented and came up with the following improvements. (Technically, a book is “wood” so this is not too much of a departure from what I usually craft.
#1 – These safes have been crafted with “natural” page edges. Meaning that I do not just coat the outer, exposed page edges with a layer of glue. My safes actually appear to be an unaltered book when closed. You can actually thumb the pages and they separate along the edge, just like a regular book.
#2 – Internal reinforcements. (This book is too thin for pins) In larger, thicker books, I have found a way to insert metal pins that keep the book safe square and ridged. These metal pins are totally concealed. Some other book safes tend to “droop” since so much of the internal page material removed to create the cavity.

Note: Any props in the pictures are NOT INCLUDED. Electronics, cash, jewelry and other items are used to demonstrate scale of the book and compartment.

Shipping: Now offering International Shipping for this item!! Shipments within the USA are sent via 1st Class Mail, Parcel Post or Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. International Shipments are sent by International First Class Parcel Post or Flat Rate Priority. Please note however – For your protection please provide a “secure” delivery address. Packages left at your door by the carrier are considered “Delivered”, even if your neighborhood kids get to it before you. I cannot be responsible for the item once it leaves my possession. See my shop policies for further details.

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          298067-2018: Kazakhstan-Kostanay: BERD - Construction d’un pipeline de raccordement DN 500 (Lermontova st.)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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The ISS had a resupply mission recently that lifted off in Kazakhstan atop a Soyuz-2.1a booster. The resupply mission was Progress MS-09. About nine minutes after liftoff, the three-stage rocket released the Progress MS-09 spacecraft to continue its trip to the ISS. Initially, the spacecraft extended its solar panels for power and navigation antennas and Progress fired its thrusters in … Continue reading
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Source: UN Security Council
Country: Iraq, Somalia, World

SC/13417

11 JULY 2018

SECURITY COUNCIL

8307TH MEETING (AM)

Note: A complete summary of today's Security Council meeting will be made available after its conclusion.

Briefings

AMINA MOHAMMED, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, declared: “It is clear that climate change is a real threat and is proceeding at a relentless pace.” The years 2015, 2016 and 2017 were the three warmest years on record, carbon dioxide levels continue to rise and resulting droughts, wildfires, heat waves and floods are being witnessed around the world. While no country will be spared from those effects, they disproportionately impact socially vulnerable and marginalized groups. “We must act together, with a joint vision and a commitment to multilateral cooperation,” she said, stressing that the impacts of climate change will go beyond the strictly environmental and “is inextricably linked to some of the most pressing challenges of our time”. Fragile countries are at risk of becoming stuck in a cycle of conflict and climate disaster; where resilience is eroded, communities may be displaced and exposed to exploitation. Citing the drastic shrinking of Lake Chad — by more than 90 per cent since the 1960s — she said the resulting environmental degradation, socioeconomic marginalization and insecurity affects some 45 million people.

Recalling that she had grown up in that region, she emphasized that she had seen the impact of climate change with her own eyes — “it is real”. Meanwhile, the Boko Haram insurgency in north-east Nigeria and neighbouring countries has left more than 10 million people displaced and resulted in massive destruction of infrastructure, health and educational facilities, commercial buildings, private houses and agricultural assets. The multidimensional nature of those crises underlined the complex relationship between climate change and conflict, she said, urging Council members to view climate change as “one issue in a web of factors that can lead to conflict”. It acts as a multiplier, applying additional stress on prevailing political, social and economic pressure points. Acting on climate change is urgent, and an integral part of building a culture of prevention and ensuring peace, she said. Outlining various ways the United Nations is currently tackling the risks posed by climate change — in particular in the Lake Chad Basin, West Africa, the Sahel region and the Horn of Africa — she said the Organization takes seriously its responsibilities and stands determined to fully mobilize against the phenomenon.

In that vein, she cited the Secretary-General’s forthcoming report in conjunction with the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), which will report on recent developments including the climate-security nexus in the region. The recalibrated United Nations integrated strategy for the Sahel is also taking a climate-oriented focus, prioritizing building resilience, improving the management of natural resources and decreasing malnutrition and food insecurity. At the international level, the United Nations helped to connect efforts to combat climate change and ensure that its related frameworks are linked up and complement one another. In September, the Secretary-General will convene a climate summit to galvanize greater climate ambition for the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change. Going forward, she said, the world also needed to push towards getting its greenhouse‑gas emissions under control — namely, well below the 2°C target — and to pursue the 1.5°C target as agreed in the Paris Agreement. Further work must place women at the heart of such efforts, as they remain disproportionately affected by climate change, and the United Nations should work to build institutional capacity and foster partnerships in impacted regions.

HASSAN AL-JANABI, Minister for Water Resources of Iraq, said the debate is a step forward regarding international responses to new challenges, as climate change has a negative impact on the pillars of peace. Rising temperatures exacerbate other threats and risks, increasing their complexity and intensity while making it impossible for countries to implement the Sustainable Development Goals amid growing numbers of displaced persons and migrants desperately looking to improve their lives. Major river basins in Iraq and the rest of the region are subject to the greatest ever threat, resulting from climate change, as well as competition for shared water resources.

He said the absence of implementable bilateral and multilateral agreements or regional frameworks for the equitable use of shared water is contributing to potential conflicts that could and should be avoided. The combined effect of climate change consequences, including a reported 25 per cent decline in rainfall and snowfall, and the operational modes of large dams that reduced the rate of inflows by 50 per cent in the Euphrates River since 1998 has triggered desertification, shrinking green cover and rising temperatures while reducing land productivity. This is true for the whole region, as climate change and water depletion are destroying soil fertility and causing food insecurity.

The international community must intervene to enhance resilience and stability in fragile areas, he said. In taking proactive and preventive actions, the global community can avoid humanitarian tragedies, typically most heavily felt by women, children and vulnerable groups. Many of the measures required may be legally binding on member States of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification or the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and compatible with commitments to the Sustainable Development Goals. Providing an example, he said excessive water use and the diversion of ancient rivers are among factors that led to the environmentally deteriorating Iraqi delta of the Shatt al-Arab waterway. Efforts to revive marshlands at the confluence of the great rivers in Mesopotamia have returned life and the native population to the area after decades, leading the area to be enlisted in 2016 as a World Heritage Site. In the face of current water scarcity, the Site could only be saved if effective and cooperative regional approaches are implemented and Member States’ obligations to relevant conventions are met.

Turning to other threats, he said Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) has wreaked havoc on the population and the land and its resources. An approach to the phenomenon of terrorism requires a coordinated, international and regional approach to extinguish hotspots threating peace and security, with Goal 13 on climate change being beneficial to the region. Iraq fully supports diplomatic means to solve water scarcity issues, including through “water diplomacy” and similar initiatives intending to maintain the security of the planet with a view to creating an environment of trust and cooperation.

HINDOU IBRAHIM, International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change, said that the Security Council must address climate change as a security risk. Climate change is humiliating millions of people by trapping the poorest in poverty. In the Sahel, 90 per cent of the economy relies on agriculture and pastoralism. A heat wave and drought has the potential to immediately hurt the economy and the people, she added. At the regional level, climate change contributes to reinforcing terrorist groups as they take advantage of poverty to recruit the youngest and most fragile. Climate change also creates insecurity at the international level. Take a man in the Sahel, for example, she said. He must take care of his family, feed them and pay for his children’s education. He has two choices: either he can join a terrorist group, that can pay him with money coming from illegal activities, or he can try to cross the Mediterranean Sea to find a job in Europe.

Even in the smallest nomadic community you can find a bottle of Coca Cola, but you cannot find electricity or a radio, she said. “Why give them things that are useless, but not things that can help them and keep them in peace,” she asked. Invest in the local development, she urged the international community, stressing also the need to directly invest in local people and their well-being. Development projects are often limited to big cities, ignoring the people living far from town. She urged the international community to give hope to the young in the Sahel. “They do not have a choice but you do have a choice,” she stressed, adding: “You must give them something beyond hope, because they do not deserve to just survive, they deserve a life.”

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MARGOT WALLSTRÖM, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden and Council President for July, spoke in her national capacity, noting that, during her recent visit to the Sahel region, she met with people dealing first hand with the everyday consequences that a changing climate was having on peace and security. Migrants and refugees are displaced by droughts and floods and traditional livelihoods, such as fishing and farming have evaporated, giving rise to tensions.

“The link between climate and security continues to be a priority for Sweden in this Council,” she said, calling on the organ to “catch up with the changing reality on the ground”. It has been seven years since the Council last debated climate and security, and it is far past time to further discuss how climate change interacts with the drivers of conflict. In that regard, she stressed that the Council first needs to better understand climate-related security risks themselves; it must develop improved tools and reporting on the issue; it should support the establishment of an institutional home for climate and security‑related issues within the United Nations system; and it must frame its response based on the efforts of countries on the front line, learning from their experiences and good practices.

EUGENE RHUGGENAATH, Prime Minister of Curaçao, speaking on behalf of the Netherlands, said that, where climate change threatens international security, the Council has a responsibility to act, pressing delegates to imagine if, 15 years ago, they could have foreseen the millions of people in the Lake Chad region needing relief from water stress, or those in Somalia displaced by severe drought. By responding in a timely manner to warning signs of climate-related security risks “we can adequately address root causes, prevent instability and conflict, and sustain peace”, he said. The Council must ensure action by the United Nations, both in New York and in the affected countries, notably through greater analytic capability, needed for risk assessments, conflict analysis and early warning. It also should encourage conflict- and climate-sensitive prevention and development efforts, as well as encourage the Secretary-General to include climate‑related risks in his reports to the Council, when appropriate. Institutionalized cooperation, properly coordinated across the Organization, was also vital.

YERZHAN ASHIKBAYEV, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, said climate change is becoming a central theme throughout the world community. It poses a risk as a “threat multiplier”. Calling for “climate diplomacy” to become a part of the United Nations overall conflict prevention efforts, he said it should also be treated as an underpinning concept in sustaining peace — not an end process, but one which ran parallel to prevention, resolution, recovery and rehabilitation. He also called for better climate-related security risk assessments and management strategies, stronger international cooperation, more joint projects to build the capacity of developing countries and investments in new diversified economies. Kazakhstan, for its part, has taken voluntary action to cut its use of fossil fuels by 2030 and replace it with renewable energy by 2050.

KAREN PIERCE (United Kingdom) said the nexus between climate and security “is not an abstract risk” but one that already threatens lives and livelihoods around the world. The shocking estimate that 720 million people are at risk of being pushed into poverty by 2050 by climate change could also mean reversing the major gains of recent years. “We are working against ourselves if we don’t take action against this,” she stressed, noting that the United Kingdom is committed to championing efforts to build greater resilience to climate change in collaboration with a range of actors. It has also committed $7.7 billion in international climate finance, and is among the first countries to carry out a national climate risk assessment.

GUSTAVO MEZA-CUADRA (Peru) underscored the vital importance of understanding the humanitarian crises and conflicts sparked in part by climate change, as well as the threats they pose to international peace and security. The Council must strengthen and harmonize its coordination with those United Nations bodies and agencies charged with addressing the impacts of climate change while fully respecting the mandates of those offices. Spotlighting Peru’s particular vulnerability to the impacts of climate change, he said the retreat of High Andes tropical glaciers has led to floods and other serious challenges. The Council must better shape its decisions, on a case-by-case basis, informed by a stronger understanding of such evolving, modern challenges as climate change. In that vein, he asked the Council to consider a correct assessment of climate risks — as well as the tools required to mitigate them — and to collaborate more closely with a wider range of partners.

JONATHAN R. COHEN (United States) said the Council should consider phenomena such as natural disasters — as well as others that impacted populations and caused widespread displacement — in its work. “In response to these crises, we are all on the same side,” he said, noting that the United States currently applied innovative solutions to assist countries around the globe. In that regard, he described projects aimed at restoring access to water and electricity to Iraqi communities formerly under the control of ISIL/Da’esh, adding that it had contributed $265 million to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Funding Facility for Immediate Stabilization in Iraq since 2015. Outlining a range of other joint projects — including alongside the Governments of the Netherlands and Sweden — he said the United States is also listening carefully to developments in the Lake Chad Basin region and recognized the special challenges faced by small island developing States.

FRANÇOIS DELATTRE (France) said that not a day goes by without someone falling victim to the adverse effects to climate change, whether it be drought, salinization or other threats. “We cannot turn a blind eye to the situation,” he said, urging the international community to tackle this existential challenge. “Each lost day heightens the magnitude of the threat,” he warned. The fact that Council Members are here discussing climate change in no way undermines the Paris Agreement and other multilateral frameworks on climate change. Each country must establish ambitious climate policies. This way, the international community will be positioned to keep the average global temperature in check. The international community must decide to cooperate to tackle the impacts of climate change. It is time to craft recommendations and measures that will be implemented by Governments worldwide to address the adverse impacts of climate change and protect and restore biodiversity.

DMITRY A. POLYANSKIY (Russian Federation) said today’s Council meeting is disappointing and not because his country objects to collective efforts to address climate change. The meeting is another attempt to link the issue of environmental conservation to international peace and security. “We are creating an illusion that the Council will tackle climate issues and that there will be some kind of turning point,” he added, stressing that this is simply a “misguidance”. Climate change is a grave threat, however, the Council does not have the expertise or the mechanisms to effectively counter its effects. Climate change is not a universal challenge to be addressed as a matter of international peace and security. It should be addressed within national borders and with specialized approaches and solutions. Each United Nations agency and department must operate within its area of responsibility. Some say climate change is a threat multiplier, yet fail to acknowledge the adverse consequences of violent military operations and unilateral sanctions, as evident from experiences in Yugoslavia, Libya and Syria. No one today has mentioned the great damage caused by bombings or the subsequent health hazards caused to the people living there. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) bombing of Yugoslavia caused a spike in cancer among people living in the affected area. In Libya, the bombing of oil fields led to significant damage to the atmosphere, he said, also noting the adverse effects of the intervention in Syria and the fighting in Donetsk, Ukraine. The Russian Federation stood ready to and is already contributing to efforts to combat climate change. However, today’s discussion is a departure from practical action.

VERÓNICA CORDOVA SORIA (Bolivia) said developing countries continue to bear the brunt of the effects of climate change. Between 2000 and 2013, 211 million people were affected by extreme and catastrophic disasters. Some of the most industrial countries are shirking their responsibilities, she said, stressing the need to address the capitalist and excessive consumption models. Climate change represents an existential threat, loss of biodiversity and a loss of food security. The shortage of natural resources can further flame tensions. The adverse impact of climate change brings in its wake a range of direct and indirect consequences, violating many basic human rights. “We need to pursue a cooperative and coordinated approach,” she added, expressing concern that large military empires have destroyed entire civilizations to seize oil and other resources. The inequality between States is immoral and intolerable, she added.

TEKEDA ALEMU (Ethiopia) called on Council members to draw lessons from today’s meeting, especially regarding the need to “not be partial” on such critical issues as climate change. He called for concerted global action and described the 2015 adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as “multilateralism at its best”. In some circumstances, climate change could create conditions leading to conflict or exacerbate it, he said, spotlighting the high risk of cross-border conflicts or tensions around natural resources. However, it is important to note that climate-related environmental changes do not automatically result in conflict. In that regard, he called for enhanced efforts to address the root causes of such climate-induced problems as mass migration and displacement. Such global accords as the Paris Agreement are prerequisites in that regard, he said, noting that developed countries should fulfil their commitments under those agreements, assisting developing nations to meet their climate change mitigation needs.

MA ZHAOXU (China) said the international community should work together to address climate change by “actively rising up to existing challenges”. That means providing assistance to developing countries, including through technology transfer. Meanwhile, States must uphold the international principles of equality and justice, respect global climate-related agreements, reject “zero-sum mentalities” and promote win-win outcomes. The international community should implement the Paris Agreement while also adhering to the principle of common but differentiated responsibility and respecting differences in the circumstances of States. Calling on the global community to build a new concept of common, comprehensive security and sustainable development, he said China has long participated in global action on climate change, including in the context of South-South cooperation, and remains committed to assisting other countries going forward.

ILAHIRI ALCIDE DJEDJE (Côte d’Ivoire), noting that the impact of climate change could create fertile ground for the activities of extremist groups, he said the Lake Chad Basin and Sahel regions symbolize the environmental challenges being faced across the entire African continent. Against that backdrop, United Nations bodies should “go beyond usual divisions” in an effort to reverse the arc of climate change, he stressed, calling on the Council to effectivity analyse the root causes of climate-related conflicts and take action to address them. Describing a large and alarming depletion in Côte d’Ivoire’s forest cover, as well as instances of drought and water scarcity, he said such challenges could compound demographic shifts, displacement and food insecurity. This is especially true where Boko Haram and other criminal networks have taken root, he said, associating himself with the outcomes of a recent African Union Peace and Security Council public debate on the nexus between climate change and conflict. Those include calls for more support for African nations struggling with those issues, as well as more action at the subregional level, he said.

ANATOLIO NDONG MBA (Equatorial Guinea) said international peace and security are threatened by many factors. Climate change exacerbates existing risks and has a direct impact at the core of human life. It shrinks the availability of resources, flaming conflict and tensions. Climate‑related issues should be mainstreamed in all reports submitted to the Council. This would help Member States tackle its adverse effects. He urged the need to improve the analysis and information available on climate change to help the United Nations make informed decisions.

MARIUSZ LEWICKI (Poland) said the Security Council is instrumental to enhancing United Nations response towards conflicts, in particular in the context of conflict prevention in regions affected by adverse effects of climate change, such as the Lake Chad Basin, West Africa, the Sahel and Somalia. The Council should also underline the need for better climate-related security risk assessment and management strategies. “We cannot overestimate the critical role of reliable data about climate‑change‑related risks which is key to avoid conflicts, build resilience and prevent natural disasters,” he said. Regular discussions on climate change and security in the Council could complement other deliberations being carried out throughout the United Nations.

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          GEORGE D. O’NEILL JR. - For Peace With Putin, End America’s Pointless Wars      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ignore the establishment: Trump has a huge opportunity at his upcoming summit.



Another excellent article from the American Conservative, this is about half of it. KV.

The upcoming summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin is an overdue opportunity for the American president’s next bold peace initiative. It is time for the U.S. to stop its wasteful wars, and Russia can be a constructive partner to this end.
The mainstream press on both sides of the Atlantic will howl against any agreement between Trump and Putin—no matter what’s in it. So why not take steps that the American public will instinctively understand and that will provide the support for Trump to end America’s failed interventions? Besides what are his opponents going to do? Vilify him for seeking peace and starting the process of healing the many wounds of the wars? The American people are not fooled by false claims that Trump is soft on terrorism; they are aware that U.S. military interventions oftentimes can—and do—fuel terrorism.
President Trump should propose a drawdown of American troops in Afghanistan in exchange for a drawdown of Russian troops in Syria (along with a pledge that America has no interest in reengaging in the Syrian Civil War). This would be consistent with Trump’s oft-stated observation that America’s wars (declared and undeclared) in the Middle East have been a waste.
Trump need not “recognize” the Russian annexation of Crimea but he should assert that a resolution to the situation on the ground in Ukraine is a European matter—to be settled by bilateral negotiations between Russia and Europe.
The American public is not interested in diplomatic and media theater. They know two things to be true: the failing “Trump-Russia collusion” hysteria is proving baseless (and distracting from concerns over economic growth and jobs); and whatever America’s international security interests are in the Middle East, we are all better protected with allies that face similar threats.
Russia has more reason to be concerned over Islamic terrorism than America. Their southern border touches on several Islamic countries: Turkey, Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Afghanistan. The instability created by America’s misguided military adventures has, for years, been unsettling to Russia. According to a friend who has long studied Russia, America’s post-Cold War military aggression, starting in the Balkans, began the ascension to power of Russian military hardliners who were skeptical of America’s intentions for peace.
Russia has a significantly better understanding of and influence over most of those countries, including Iran. America’s relationship with Iran has long been hostile due to years of interference and mistreatment. The relationship was seriously complicated in 1953 when our CIA and British intelligence overthrew their democratically elected prime minister, Mohammad Mosaddegh, and placed the brutal Shah in power. The Washington keyboard warriors never mention this sad chapter in our history. Imagine how we would feel towards a country that interfered with us to that extent.
How much smarter would it be for Russia to work with its neighbor Iran to limit the civil war in Yemen, than for America to continue to provide military support to Saudi Arabia to perpetuate a colossal human tragedy?
The naysayers ridiculed Trump’s peace initiative with North Korea, and yet his denuclearization and pacification of the Korean Peninsula advances (in contrast to the efforts of four previous American presidential administrations). Given that Trump and Kim could sit together, what stands in the way of progress with Putin?


GEORGE D. O’NEILL JR. - For Peace With Putin, End America’s Pointless

          Sarah Palin Was Fooled for Sacha Baron Cohen’s New Show and She’s Pretty Pissed Off      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Sacha Baron Cohen found plenty of fame by being a chameleon in front of the camera, hiding under the guise of various characters on Da Ali G Show. The HBO series paved the way for his big screen hit Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, and his less popular […]

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          Giant straw squirrel raises controversy in Kazakhstan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A 40-foot squirrel sculpture assembled from straw in a Kazakhstan city is prompting backlash from the public due to its $67,000 price tag.
          Kazakhstan’s bizarre squirrel statue has entire town going nuts      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This statue is nuts. A 40-foot-tall wood-and-straw likeness of a squirrel is causing an uproar in Kazakhstan — as residents question why taxpayer funds were used for the giant rodent. The $67,000 statue of the bushy-tailed beast cradling a giant nut went up Monday — and was swiftly blasted as a “disgrace” and a “waste...
          Sono più di 3.000 i carcerati italiani all’estero detenuti «in condizioni disumane»      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Osservatorio Diritti
Più di tremila carcerati italiani all'estero sono detenuti in situazioni «spesso disumane, in termini di diritti umani, igiene, rapporti con altri detenuti e salute». I problemi sono enormi. «E il governo potrebbe fare tante cose, spesso a costo zero». Ecco l'analisi dell'avvocata Francesca Carnicelli della onlus Prigionieri del Silenzio.


«Le condizioni carcerarie degli oltre tremila italiani detenuti all’estero sono spesso disumane in termini di diritti umani, igiene, rapporti con gli altri detenuti e salute». A parlare in esclusiva a Osservatorio Diritti è Francesca Carnicelli, avvocata della onlus Prigionieri del Silenzio che, dal febbraio 2008, si occupa di aiutare i nostri connazionali arrestati oltre confine.

«Ciò in cui troviamo spessissimo difficoltà è proprio l’invio di farmaci o la possibilità di effettuare visite specialistiche. Il carcere non ha determinati tipi di medicinali e non fa entrare quelli inviati dalla famiglia o addirittura quelli consegnati direttamente dal Consolato».
Quanti sono i carcerati italiani detenuti all’estero?
Il numero è costante negli anni e si aggira sempre intorno alle tremila persone, tra quelli in attesa di giudizio e i definitivi.
Carcerati in attesa di giudizio…Come in Italia, in tutto il mondo, sono previste misure cautelari, cioè limitazioni della libertà personale per i soggetti che sono indagati/sospettati e che devono ancora essere processati, oppure sono in attesa del secondo o terzo grado di giudizio. È bene precisare in alcuni Stati, con la condanna di primo grado, si viene considerati già condannati.
Queste limitazioni sono giustificate da esigenze quali il pericolo di fuga o di inquinamento probatorio. In molti Stati stranieri le garanzie per i destinatari della misura e i limiti di applicazione sono molto diversi rispetto alla legislazione italiana, indubbiamente molto garantista.
In che zone si trovano principalmente i detenuti?
Tra le i Paesi extraeuropei la zona più calda è il Sud America ma, numericamente, la maggior parte dei detenuti si trova in Europa. La nazione con più detenuti è la Germania – circa mille – e seconda è la Spagna.
Quali sono i reati più contestati ai carcerati italiani?
Le vicende riguardano tutti i tipi di reati. Statisticamente le violazioni in materia di stupefacenti sono le più numerose. Significativo anche il numero di reati contro la persona.
Ci sono trattati bilaterali per scontare la pena in Italia?
In realtà esiste la Convenzione di Strasburgo (1983) avente ad oggetto il trasferimento delle persone condannate, firmata da 70 nazioni, oltre ad alcune convenzioni bilaterali (Albania, Cuba, Hong Kong, India, Kazakhstan, Perù, Repubblica araba di Egitto, Repubblica dominicana, Romania e Thailandia). È già stata ratificata, ma non è entrata in vigore, quella con il Marocco. Purtroppo le procedure sono, comunque, complesse, lente e necessiterebbero di modifiche che limitino la discrezionalità nella concessione del beneficio.
I trattati e le convenzioni esistenti sono rispettati?
Lavorare sui rientri dei condannati è un’attività complessa perché l’iter non è esclusivamente giudiziario ma anche – direi principalmente – politico, in quanto le richieste e le autorizzazioni passano sempre dai ministeri e, purtroppo, subentrando la politica e la burocrazia i tempi si dilatano in modo davvero significativo.
Non direi che vi sia il mancato rispetto dei trattati o delle convenzioni, piuttosto ritengo che le tempistiche siano eccessivamente lunghe, soprattutto ove si consideri che trattasi di vicende relative a persone detenute, lontane dai propri cari e, sovente, ristrette in condizioni certamente peggiori rispetto a quelle che si trovano negli istituti penitenziari italiani.
C’è una malagestione da parte della nostra diplomazia?
La questione è estremamente complessa, in quanto gli elementi critici variano da nazione a nazione, da caso a caso. Nella mia esperienza posso dire di aver trovato sia uffici diplomatici efficientissimi sia inefficienti. Molte lentezze sono dovute al fatto che il personale è pochissimo e deve coprire territori e criticità enormi e la spending review (il taglio alla spesa pubblica, ndr) operata negli ultimi anni ha aggravato enormemente questo problema.
Cosa potrebbe fare il governo italiano per i carcerati?
Potrebbe fare moltissime cose, tante a costo zero. Ad esempio, potrebbe istituire una lista di interpreti volontari che si mettano al servizio dei concittadini che entrano in contatto con il circuito penale straniero. Oppure istituire liste di legali di riferimento: nei siti di molte ambasciate già si trovano ma, nella maggior parte dei casi, non si riesce a comprendere (né a sapere) quale sia la specializzazione degli avvocati e il livello di affidabilità, in quanto la procedura di accreditamento non è chiara.
Certamente il governo dovrebbe stabilire un obbligo per gli uffici in terra straniera di seguire, se richiesti, tutte le udienze e, in generale, i procedimenti penali che riguardano gli Italiani, perché la presenza in tribunale di un funzionario italiano significa che lo Stato italiano c’è.
Bisognerebbe cercare un sistema, simile al patrocinio per i non abbienti, per aiutare non soltanto il cittadino bisognoso ad usufruire di una difesa tecnica corretta e dignitosa, ma anche i familiari a mantenere i contatti con lui, per esempio facendoli usufruire di voli gratuiti o con tariffe speciali.

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          Sarah Palin says she was 'duped' into participating in a sham interview with Sacha Baron Cohen, alleges she was dropped off at the wrong airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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  • Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin slammed comedian Sacha Baron Cohen on Tuesday, claiming she was "duped" into giving him an interview for his upcoming show on Showtime, "Who is America."
  • Showtime and Cohen allegedly lured Palin "to honor American Vets" for a "legit Showtime historical documentary."
  • Palin said she and her daughter flew across the country to meet Cohen, who she says disguised himself as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair.
  • Palin also claimed Cohen and his network "purposefully dropped my daughter and me off at the wrong Washington, DC airport ... knowing we'd miss all flights back home to Alaska."

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin slammed comedian Sacha Baron Cohen on Tuesday, claming she was "duped" into giving him an interview for his upcoming Showtime program, "Who is America?"

"Ya' got me, Sacha," Palin said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. "Feel better now?"

Showtime and Cohen, an English comedian known for his over-the-top impersonations and hyperbolic interviews, allegedly lured Palin "to honor American Vets" for what was supposed to have been a "legit Showtime historical documentary,'" according to Palin.

Palin said she and her daughter flew across the country to meet Cohen, who she says disguised himself as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair. The purported interview soon went off the rails as Cohen's "disrespect and sarcasm" became clear, according to Palin.

sacha baron cohen

"I sat through a long 'interview' full of Hollywoodism's disrespect and sarcasm - but finally had enough and literally, physically removed my mic and walked out, much to Cohen's chagrin," Palin claimed. "The disrespect of our US military and middle-class Americans via Cohen's foreign commentaries under the guise of interview questions was perverse."

It wasn't immediately clear how Cohen's humor was derisive toward middle-class Americans as Palin claimed.

Cohen's previous roles have landed him in hot water.

In "Borat," Cohen played the role of Borat Sagdiyev, a fictitious journalist from Kazakhstan unaccustomed to Western society. Following the release of the movie in 2006, some Kazakhs felt exploited and accused the movie of portraying them in a negative light — Cohen's website was also reportedly blocked in Kazakhstan.

But Palin claims that Cohen's latest antics went too far. In addition to what Palin described as Cohen's "truly sick" humor, Palin claimed the network "purposefully dropped my daughter and me off at the wrong Washington, DC airport ... knowing we'd miss all flights back home to Alaska."

"Mock politicians and innocent public personalities all you want, if that lets you sleep at night, but HOW DARE YOU mock those who have fought and served our country," Palin added.

"Who is America" bills itself as a satirical take on political and cultural icons, such as former vice president Dick Cheney. The show premieres on Showtime, July 15.

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          Жаклин Сапперт провела фотосессию в Москве для Cosmopolitan Kazakhstan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Жаклин Сапперт провела фотосессию в Москве для Cosmopolitan Kazakhstan

В подмосковном комплексе «Лисья нора» состоялась фотосессия известной австрийской модели Jacqueline Sappert (Жаклин Сапперт) для июльского номера журнала Cosmopolitan Kazakhstan.

Как рассказала Жаклин, в России она была уже однажды, это ее второй визит в российскую столицу. Модель с удовольствием приняла ...


          Kazakhstan Residents Polarized by Extremely Beautiful, Flammable, 40-Foot Squirrel      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Who knew such a beautiful, thicc lady could inspire such controversy? A 40-foot squirrel art installation was erected in Almaty, Kazakhstan, during the city’s recent Art Energy festival, costing residents 23 million Kazakh tenge (about $67,000) in public funds, BBC reports. My girl is made of straw and wood on a steel…

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          Географические координаты Kazakhstan,shymkent,otyrar      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Географические координаты Kazakhstan,shymkent,otyrar
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