Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • Justin Trudeau says refugees are welcome in Canada

    US President Donald Trump signed an unconstitutional executive order to suspend arrival of refugees for 120 days and impose tough new controls on travellers from selected Muslim countries. ...

  • Trump expected to halt refugee program, restrict Muslim visitors

    Rights groups have accused Trump of stigmatizing a global faith, and some experts warn that offending America’s Muslim allies will hurt the fight against extremism. ...

  • China urges Trump administration to grasp importance of ‘one China’

    China spokesperson Hua Chunying also reiterated China's position on the South China Sea, saying the United States should not meddle in issues of China's sovereign territory. ...

  • Women’s marches draw millions in resistance to Trump

    More than two million people flooded US cities as women opposed to Donald Trump led a peaceful, stunning rebuke against the new US president, echoed in sister protests around the world. ...

  • Trump scrubs climate change from White House web site; environmentalists fume

    The web site change took down Obama’s Climate Action Plan, replacing it with Trump’s “America First Energy Plan,” eliminating policies for renewable energy and reducing greenhouse gases. ...

  • World needs more women leaders: Dalai Lama

    The spiritual leader called for the need to develop compassion and warm-heartedness to survive in the increasingly inter-dependent world. ...

  • Kalachakra diary

    I could transport myself to a world filled with only our people, in our land, and I wished this fleeting gathering of Tibetans would last forever as it would in a free Tibet. ...

  • Donald Trump sworn in as 45th president of United States

    Trump's win came only in the Electoral College, which gives smaller states more clout in the outcome. He lost the popular vote to Clinton by about 2.9 million. ...

  • China urges US to bar Taiwan delegation from Trump inauguration

    A Taiwan delegation, led by former premier and ex-ruling party leader Yu Shyi-kun, and including a Taiwan national security adviser and some lawmakers, will attend Friday's inauguration. ...

  • Chewang Ngokhang Books for the President-elect

    It is both amazing and delightful to learn that our President-elect Donald Trump has read several meaningful books. ...