Afghanistan, France, India, Japan: learn not to trust the USA

Abhishek Banerjee “If we’re going to attack, I’ll call you ahead. It won’t be a surprise. It would seem that these are the words of General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the top official in the US military, in October 2020. He was speaking to General Li, his Chinese counterpart. Who authorized this phone call and ...

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France, Russia Consider Talks To End Champagne Dispute

Bottles of French champagne Moet & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot can be seen in this illustrative photo taken July 5, 2021. REUTERS / Shamil Zhumatov / Illustration / File Photo / File Photo PARIS, Sept. 18 (Reuters) – France and Russia have agreed to negotiate to resolve a dispute over a new Russian law that requires French champagne makers to ...

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Doctor Who and Cowboy Bebop in Titan Comics December 2021 solicitations

| Cowboy Bebop Titan Comics’ # 1 launches in December 2021 solicitations and solicitations, while Doctor Who: Empress of the Wolf gives us a multiple story of Doctor and multiple Rose, Blade runner continue but Life is strange comes to a final conclusion for the editor … COWBOY BEBOP # 1 CVR A LAU (JUIL218804)BD TITANOCT211772OCT211773 – COWBOY BEBOP # ...

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The reminder of the French ambassador on the regrettable submarines

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – Australia said on Saturday it regretted to note France’s recall of its ambassador following the surprise cancellation of a submarine contract in favor of a US deal. France recalled its ambassadors to Australia and the United States on Friday in an unprecedented display of anger over an agreement between the United States, Australia and Britain to ...

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France recalls its ambassadors to the United States and Australia for a sub-agreement

PARIS (AP) – The United States’ longest-serving ally, France, recalled its ambassador to the United States on Friday in an unprecedented outburst of anger that has eclipsed decades of previous divisions. Loading error The relationship conceived in the 18th-century revolutions came at a turning point after the United States, Australia, and Britain avoided France by creating a new Indo-Pacific security ...

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Britain signals intention to return to imperial system

LONDON – The UK government has said it is taking steps to revert to its traditional system of Imperial weights and measures, allowing shops and market stalls to sell fruits and vegetables labeled in pounds and ounces only, rather than in grams and kilograms of the metric system, a move he hailed as an example of the country’s new post-Brexit ...

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Alice Constance Austin designed homes without a kitchen in 1917

In many articles on kitchen design, I have tried to answer the question: why do kitchens look the way they do? I noticed that it wasn’t just about cooking. “Kitchen design, like any other type of design, is not just about how things look; it’s political. It’s social. In kitchen design, it is about the role of women in society. ...

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France recalls US, Australian ambassadors over submarine deal

France has taken the extraordinary step of recalling its ambassadors to the United States and Australia after the two countries blinded their French allies with a new military pact and a submarine contract, the French foreign ministry said on Friday. The backstory: While sealing a deal with the US and UK for the acquisition of nuclear submarines, Australia tore up ...

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Macron unveils model of new green high-speed train

PARIS (AP) – French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday unveiled a mock-up of the next generation of greener very high-speed trains, known in France as TGV – four decades after the launch of the first TGV. During a presentation at the Gare de Lyon in Paris, Macron highlighted the ecological aspect of the new train. “This decade for the TGV ...

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Abandoned as a child, this Frenchman became the first famous chef in the world

They served as awe-inspiring centerpieces that were still a demand on the tables of the post-revolutionary French aristocracy. Despite these lavish productions, Lent served as a bridge between the elaborate grand cuisine favored by royalty and the more modern, simpler approach it formulated for the growing middle class in its cookbooks. Until Lent, no one had used the phrase “You ...

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