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NAFTA partner’s planned crackdown on the dumping of cheap steel angers the world’s second-largest economy. China picked apart remarks made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when he announced plans to bring in new regulations to crack down on countries dumping cheap steel and aluminum in foreign markets.
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New Wings for A-10 May Keep it Flying Past 2030: Air Force Secretary
Last year, the Air Force told Congress that 110 of the 283 A-10s in its fleet were in danger of being permanently grounded unless money was appropriated to re-wing them. The $1.3 trillion omnibus spending packaged signed by President Donald Trump last week included $103 million requested by the service for the re-winging.
The UK is set to launch a “counter-propaganda war” designed to tackle the alleged Russian threat, according to a plan dubbed the “Fusion Doctrine,” announced by Theresa May on Tuesday as part of a national security review. Sputnik discussed the UK’s overhauled security policy with Jury Turin, a philosopher and journalist living in Denmark.
US President Donald Trump’s administration should work backchannels with Moscow to reduce superpower tensions in resolving the row over the expulsion of scores of diplomats, former European Union (EU) consultant Paolo von Schirach told Sputnik.
Washington State's Walla Walla University announced Monday that school officials had launched an investigation after being made aware of a Snapchat photo showing white students in blackface.