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Kevin Rudd spoke to CNN Business about U.S.-China trade talks and the global economic outlook in 2019.
Debra Eisenman joined VOA Asia to talk about the outbreak of conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State—between a Rakhine ethnic armed group and Myanmar’s military.
Wendy Cutler talks with NPR about U.S.-China trade talks.
Kevin Rudd discusses the risks facing the global economy in 2019.
Sri Lanka recently emerged from a dangerous political crisis with its democracy and constitution miraculously intact.
Danny Russel discusses what has happened to the U.S.-China relationship and what it will take to fix it.

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