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talian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said he may sig

  a series of memorandums of understanding on Belt and Road infrastructure investments during Xi’s upcoming visit to Italy, Reuters reported. If the

y are signed, Italy would be the first one of the Group of Seven industrialized nations to participate in the BRI.

  Speaking at a news conference in Beijing on Wednesday, Vice-Foreign Mi

nister Wang Chao said the country appreciates Italy’s active involvement in the BRI.

  ”We believe the signing of relevant cooperation documents conforms to the common interests of both countries,” Wa

ng said, adding that Belt and Road cooperation aims to generate mutually beneficial and win-win results.

  Regarding skepticism about the BRI, Wang said practice will prove that the initia

tive will have positive effects on countries’ economic development and bilateral cooperation.

  He added that the infrastructure investment of Chinese companies in Europe is purely business practice and will ab

ide by market rules and business principles on the basis of equality, mutual benefit and transparency.

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Trump weighs in on Conways’ marriage in escalation of feud

President Donald Trump escalated his public feud with the spouse of a top adviser Wednesda

y, attacking counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway’s husband George as “jealous” and a “husband from hell.”

“George Conway, often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway by those who know him, is VERY jealous of his wife’s success & angry that

I, with her help, didn’t give him the job he so desperately wanted,” Trump tweeted, referring to a post at the Justi

ce Department. Conway, a conservative lawyer, withdrew from consideration for the role early in Trump’s presidency.

Trump continued, “I barely know him but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!”

Wednesday’s tweet marks the first time Trump has publicly weighed in on the Conways’ marriage. While George Conway has

long been critical of Trump, attacks between the two ratcheted up this week when Conway questioned Trump’s men

tal health, tweeting screengrabs of the medical definitions of narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial pers

onality disorder from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

“*All* Americans should be thinking seriously *now* about Trump’s mental condition and psychological state, inclu

ding and especially the media, Congress—and the Vice President and Cabinet,” he wrote Monday.

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Responding to news of Sotoudeh’s sentencing, campaigners ag

  the compulsory hijab were defiant. “By creating fear and putting people in prison or forcing th

em to leave the country and live in exile, or threatening them, they cannot stop the compulsory hijab

protest in Iran,” New York-based Iranian activist Masih Alinejad, who has previously been represented by Sotoudeh, told CNN.

  In January, Sotoudeh’s husband, who is also a human rights lawyer, was convicted of security-related charges and sent

nced to six years in jail. He has appealed while waiting to serve his prison sentence.The inventor of the world

wide web has called for global efforts to tackle state-sponsored hacking, criminal behavior and abusive language on t

he internet, in an open letter marking the 30th anniversary of the revolutionary technology.

  Tim Berners-Lee acknowledged that “many people feel afraid and unsure if the we

b is really a force for good,” in a letter published for his World Wide Web Foundation on Monday.

  ”While the web has created opportunity, given marginalize

d groups a voice, and made our daily lives easier, it has also created opportunity for scam

mers, given a voice to those who spread hatred, and made all kinds of crime easier to commit,” the letter added.

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Govt Work Report outlines opportunities for a better, cleaner China

I always look forward to this time of year. A cold winter has ended, spring has sprung and a sure confirmation is the convening of

the two sessions: The National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. It’s a chance to see political, bu

siness and cultural leaders, and to observe the beautiful diversity of China’s traditionally attired ethnic minorities. F

or me, a policy wonk, I especially look forward to watching Premier Li Keqiang’s Government Work Report, whi

ch reviews the nation’s past progress and current challenges, and sets present and future goals.

Usually the GWR is upbeat, reflecting China’s dramatic economic a

nd social progress of recent decades. But the ironic apocryphal Chinese curse often quoted in the

West – “may you live in interesting times” – is true this year. Premier Li did not try to hide this fact. He admitted that Chi

na faced a challenging and complicated international and domestic environment last year that severely im

pacted its economy, although previously announced targets were met. This year will be no less challenging.

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The upcoming two sessions will be very illuminating in

regard to how Chinese authorities manage to achieve their aims in a difficult context for international trade and the global economy,” he said.

Schmidt said he will also pay close attention to any announc

ement related to the development of the Belt and Road Initiative during the two sessions.

The second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation will be held in April.

“The initiative is a visionary proposal to revitalize globalization,” Schmidt said.

Paudyal, of Nepal, said: “I hope and believe that the two sessions will discuss the positive effect of t

he BRI in China and in the outside world to make it more effective for achieving inclusive growth of regional economies.”

Environmental protection is another area of interest for foreign envoys.

The increasing number of days with blue skies in Beijing and its improving air quality over

the past year is a visible indicator of the good progress that is being made, Paudyal said.

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Japan aims to expand political clout by creating global military

In April and July, Japan signed the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA), a m

ilitary logistics pact, with Canada and France respectively. The Japanese government will tr

y to get it approved by the National Diet this year. Canada and France are also advancing domestic procedures for its approval.

The agreement will enable the provision of food, fuel and military supplies between Japan’s Self-Defense Forces (SDF) and Fren

ch and Canadian armies. Japan has also inked ACSAs with the US, the UK, Australia and India. Why did Japan sign such an agreement?

After WWII, especially in the late 1960s when Japan became an economic powerhouse, it was no longer satisfied with its status as a military microstate.

In the mid-1980s, Japan accelerated the pace to push its SDF onto the world stage with the aim of becoming a major political power.

In 1996, Japan signed the ACSA with the US, followed by one with Aus

tralia in 2010. After the new security law took effect on March 29, 2016, Ja

pan amended the two ACSAs, which enabled more flexible provision of ammunition in wartime between the signatories.

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