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Who will lead the new world order? Not the US or China

The National 07 May 2021
Similarly, ideas also play a key role in shaping geopolitics ... More refined Greek thinkers also divided the Mediterranean realm into superpower “magnates” such as Athens, Sparta and Persia; middle-sized city-states such as Corinth and Syracuse; as well as weaker and more vulnerable counterparts such as Sicily and Ionia ... What do you do, sir?” ... .
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Legendary Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy was born and died on this day

Greek City Times 29 Apr 2021
Cavafy’s poetry mostly involved historical and philosophical works inspired by Hellenism, Ancient Greece and Byzantine era culture and history, Athens, Sparta, Macedonia, Egypt with Alexandria being a primary focus.
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Balancing diplomacy, strategic ambiguity

Korea Times 28 Apr 2021
By Yang Moo-jin. Amid the U.S.-China conflict, the Moon Jae-in administration's diplomatic strategy appears to constitute "balancing diplomacy" and "strategic ambiguity." ... or China ... and Japan ... He argued that there was no choice but to compete for hegemony between Athens, the then hegemonic state, and Sparta, the emerging city-state ... alliance comes first.
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Anderson: Vote like your garbage pickup or scenic view is on the line

News Chief 25 Apr 2021
See, Athens had been at war with Sparta, and after a grueling, brutal, 10-year spate of violence, they’d arrived at a tenuous peace. But Athens had a fully functional navy, lots of soldiers and sailors, and there was this place, see, rich, and not that far….
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Singaporean scholar says Washington's desire to contain China "a strategic error"

China.dot.org 25 Apr 2021
PARIS, April 25 (Xinhua) -- China is not an expansionist power and Washington's desire to contain China is a strategic error, Singaporean scholar Kishore Mahbubani has said ... He noted that China is one of America's premier trading partners ... This has been happening for 2,500 years, since the days of Athens and Sparta," Mahbubani said ... Enditem .
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This Day in History (April 25)

Kayhan 24 Apr 2021
2425 solar years ago, on this day in 404 BC, the armies of the Greek state of Sparta and its allies, led by General Lysander, decisively defeated the Athenians, thus ending the 27-year long Peloponnesian War against Athens that had gradually grown into an empire following the Iranian withdrawal from southwestern Europe.
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China is not seeking hegemony, here is why

China.dot.org 23 Apr 2021
Photo taken on April 17, 2021 shows the Boao Forum for Asia International Conference Center in Boao Town, South China's Hainan province. [Photo/Xinhua] ... It was first used to describe the dominance of city states such as Athens, Sparta and Thebes over other city states ... and control of the global order is misleading ... .
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Peace Train: U.S. war with China is not inevitable, but it must be resisted

Colorado Daily 23 Apr 2021
The greatest political danger confronting our world is the growing antagonism between the United States and China ... The current occupant of the enemy role is China ... U.S ... The ancient Greek historian Thucydides attributed the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.) to the irrepressibly conflict between a rising power (Athens) and a reigning power (Sparta) ... .
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Onus on US to avoid another Cold War

China Daily 23 Apr 2021
Can America and China Escape Thucydides's Trap? (2017). In his book, Allison essentially argues that the Washington and Beijing are a modern Sparta and Athens, caught in the same hegemonic rivalry that the two ancient Greek city states found themselves in during the destructive Peloponnesian War. Painting a potentially explosive situation ... Source ... .
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Lawrence students blend history and literature

LI Herald 22 Apr 2021
... the architecture, and the geography of ancient Greece and its city-states such as Athens and Sparta.
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Hide and seek: How NASA's Lucy mission team discovered Eurybates' satellite

Phys Dot Org 21 Apr 2021
On Jan. 9, 2020, NASA's Lucy mission officially announced that it would be visiting not seven, but eight asteroids ... And understandably so ... That is, until November 2019 ... 11 ... According to the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, a herald named Pheidippides ran 260 km (160 mi) from Athens to Sparta to request the Spartans' aid in the Battle of Marathon ... ....
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Hide and Seek – How NASA’s Lucy Mission Team Discovered Eurybates’ Satellite

Technology Org 20 Apr 2021
On Jan. 9, 2020, NASA’s Lucy mission officially announced that it would be visiting not seven, but eight asteroids ... On Jan ... Credits. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center ... 11 ... According to the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, a herald named Pheidippides ran 260 km (160 mi) from Athens to Sparta to request the Spartans’ aid in the Battle of Marathon.

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