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  • [New] California and New York City will require all government employees to get the coronavirus vaccine or face weekly COVID-19 testing. /
  • [New] The DSL applies not only to processing personal data within China but also to any personal data processing activities that occur outside of China that threaten Chinese national security, public interest, or the lawful interests of its citizens or organizations. / JD Supra
  • [New] The DSL applies to all data processing activities in China but will also have extraterritorial reach to the extent that data processing activities outside China harm or damage national security, the public interest or the rights and interests of any Chinese citizens or organizations. / JD Supra
  • [New] The Foreign Secretary announced a new £58 million fund, anchored by £35 million of UK government investment, which will finance the construction of 10,000 green affordable homes in Kenya. / GOV.UK
  • [New] European governments have long been tightening controls on the role of Chinese companies in 5G networks following diplomatic pressure from Washington, which alleges Huawei equipment could be used by Beijing for spying. / The Hindu
  • [New] Insofar as the United States can keep China and Saudi Arabia on its side, it will preserve an international political economy that can contain some of Venezuela's foreign policy goals. /
  • [New] The real challenge that Venezuela poses to the United States has less to do with aggressive actions that Venezuela could take against the United States than with something else in Venezuela's arsenal: a foreign policy based on generous handouts peppered with a pro-poor, distributionist discourse. /
  • [New] Increasing Military Capabilities Venezuela is only the latest Latin American state to take on an order-breaker role, and given that the post-Cold War period is generally thought of as a period of U.S. hegemony, it is not surprising that Venezuela would perceive the U.S. as a significant threat. /
  • [New] Around Rs135 crore is expected to be spent over the next five years to help India move forward towards Industry 4.0 and Society 5.0 and make digital India a reality. / ABPEducation
  • [New] Only a change in political leadership and government might affect the capacity of India's affairs with the Maldives. / The Diplomat
  • [New] Increased Chinese influence in Central Asia would come as no surprise and pose little threat to America, which cannot plausibly dominate everywhere on earth forever. / Original
  • [New] A new law designed to regulate artificial intelligence in Europe could end up costing the EU economy 31 billion euros ($36 billion) over the next five years. / CNBC
  • [New] The Green Fuels, Green Skies initiative highlights the importance of building SAF facilities throughout the country that will help the UK not only to meet the targets set but also to make a quantifiable impact on climate change. / Aviation Benefits
  • [New] A continuing theme in modern Chinese history is the central government's fear of separatist movements leading to catastrophic violence. / Asian American Journalists Association
  • [New] A continuing theme of Chinese history is the central government's fear of political instability leading to catastrophic violence. / Asian American Journalists Association
  • [New] Under governments' current recovery spending plans, global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are set to climb to record levels in 2023 and continue rising in the following years. / DW.COM
  • [New] Amid rising risks, countries worldwide are placing increased importance on data security and play their part in regulating companies. /
  • [New] The world has already warmed by about 1.2 C since the industrial era began, and temperatures will keep rising unless governments around the world make steep cuts to emissions. / BBC News
  • [New] Work with the Government of Canada to develop and implement building codes suitable to northern Canada that will aspire to see all new residential and commercial buildings be net zero energy ready by 2032. /
  • [New] The executive roundtable discussion will assess Myanmar's current challenges, security issues, the ongoing humanitarian crisis, hampered economic reform, strained bilateral relationships, and governance challenges that have hampered its progress as a nation. / Asia Society
  • [New] Zimbabwe's industries have asked government to apply brakes on tax hikes and hold fire on introducing fresh ones through the mid-term budget review expected later this month. /

Last updated: 28 July 2021