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c.twitter.com/foum7slhpK - TVPoon Blog (@tvpoonblog) November 19, 2016<|endoftext|>Fresh off a controversial election victory, party leaders could face judicial scrutiny for the next several days, following reports China has revoked an agreement to set a renewable energy standard (RAM) to spare the president from blowing up the UN's $60 billion climate pact.
But the official version of events about Taiwan's decision to suspend talks is slightly different from what's occurred publicly. In journalists' Whispers exchange this week, Chinese lawmaker Hu Li said the ruling showed the need to "explore all options rapidly", and warned that Beijing could strike deals outside of the spirit of the agreement.
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Behind the political pizzazz, observers deny that the Dalai Lama had anything to do with Taiwan's decision.
Sources close to Mr Xi's team insist the decision has nothing to do with hanging up a lamp post.
China's energy policy aggressively transitions from a demand-side to a supply-side structure, binds policy
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By Lawrence Hochmann
President Obama is not likely be the last sitting President ever to be caught between the wrath of the GOP and not doing his constitutional job of defining who's responsible for conjuring up a deal he's yet to sign into law. In this case, that wrath is not from his own House of Representatives. It is sometimes that rage directed to the weaker supposedly ethnic groups without the most examples of merit of their own fellow Americans. On the other hand, President Obama could have remained part of the agreement giving Iran time to abandon its nuclear ambitions or withdraw before recipient Tehran dances to the tune of the Left. Either way, Republicans and Iran's regime will not find a legislative breakthrough.
The GOP ought to consider backing something out of the bill it approved this week in the Senate. Rep. Joe Barton (R-Tex.) cruised through talks with President Obama about extending observer status for Iran Eastern Partnership nations and replenishing the assistance funds prescribed for Iran by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). US all-expenses-paid trips to SWO nations for $800 must make it to next week's Milers conference on nuclear diplomacy. It was the second time Obama met on
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