Friday, August 30, 2019

Global Security Newsletter // August 30

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August 30, 2019
The MEMRI Weekly: August 23-30, 2019 - Middle East Media Research Institute
Belarus: Putin Calls Belarusian President After Bolton-Lukashenko Talks - Stratfor Worldview
China dismisses Bolton's accusations of technology theft as ‘slander’ - RT
Chinese envoy tells U.S. not to meddle in Ukraine's affairs - Reuters Africa
Warsaw, Washington agree on locations for new U.S. troops in Poland... - Reuters Africa

The MEMRI Weekly: August 23-30, 2019 - Middle East Media Research Institute

Middle East Media Research Institute
The following are links to reports from MEMRI's Special Dispatch Series and Inquiry and Analysis Series, as well as to transcripts from the MEMRI TV Project, released during the past week.
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Belarus: Putin Calls Belarusian President After Bolton-Lukashenko Talks - Stratfor Worldview

Stratfor Worldview
situation report Aug 30, 2019 | 16:21 GMT 1 min read Belarus: Putin Calls Belarusian President After Bolton-Lukashenko TalksWhat Happened: U.S. national security adviser John Bolton conducted what he called "fascinating" talks with Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko in Minsk on Aug.
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China dismisses Bolton's accusations of technology theft as ‘slander’ - RT

RT
Recent statements by US National Security Advisor John Bolton, who accused Beijing of stealing technologies, prompted an angry reaction in China, with the country's ambassador to Ukraine branding them as “slander.”
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Chinese envoy tells U.S. not to meddle in Ukraine's affairs - Reuters Africa

Reuters Africa
KIEV (Reuters) - China’s ambassador to Ukraine, Du Wei, told the United States on Friday not to interfere in Kiev’s affairs. The statement came two days after U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton told Ukraine to avoid being lured into China’s orbit by what he called Beijing’s “debt diplomacy” amid a Chinese move to buy a Ukrainian aerospace giant.
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Warsaw, Washington agree on locations for new U.S. troops in Poland... - Reuters Africa

Reuters Africa
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has agreed with the United States where additional U.S. troops will be deployed on its soil, Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said on Friday, a day after President Donald Trump cancelled a trip to Warsaw as a hurricane headed towards Florida.
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