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Fear of ‘the other’ begets acts of hate, With China, Japan needs to step out from the shadow of the US, Centrist infighting is an opportunity for extremists, The US should offer the Caribbean development assistance, Companies need to cut emissions, too

Haaretz / JerusalemFear of ‘the other’ begets acts of hate

“The massacre [Oct. 27] at the Conservative Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, in which at least 11 people were killed by a right-wing extremist, has been described as the most deadly attack on the [US] Jewish community...,” states an editorial. “In a world where the discourse of hatred is widespread, and the

The Asahi Shimbun / TokyoWith China, Japan needs to step out from the shadow of the USDeutsche Welle / Bonn, GermanyCentrist infighting is an opportunity for extremistsThe Jamaica Observer / Kingston, JamaicaIf the US wants Caribbean loyalty, it should offer development assistanceThe National / Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesCompanies need to cut emissions, too

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