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RELIGION-RAMADAN/
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July 14, 2015
A boy looks in through a window as he and other worshippers pray on Laylat al-Qadr during the Muslim...
Kunming, China
A boy looks in through a window as he and other worshippers pray on Laylat al-Qadr during the Muslim...
A boy looks in through a window as he and other worshippers pray on Laylat al-Qadr during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, at a mosque on the outskirts of Kunming, Yunnan province, China, July 13, 2015. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Wong Campion TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-QUAKE/
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March 13, 2011
A mother tries to talk to her daughter who has been isolated for signs of radiation after evacuating...
Nihonmatsu, Japan
Mother tries to talk to her daughter who has been isolated for signs of radiation after evacuating from...
A mother tries to talk to her daughter who has been isolated for signs of radiation after evacuating from the vicinity of Fukushima's nuclear plants, at a makeshift facility to screen, cleanse and isolate people with high radiation levels in Nihonmatsu, northern Japan, March 14, 2011, after a massive earthquake and tsunami that are feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
THAILAND/
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May 21, 2010
A Thai soldier stands guard behind broken window of a bank in Bangkok May 21, 2010. Troops manned razor-wire...
Bangkok, Thailand
Thai soldier stands guard behind broken window of bank in Bangkok
A Thai soldier stands guard behind broken window of a bank in Bangkok May 21, 2010. Troops manned razor-wire roadblocks and searched vehicles for weapons in Bangkok on Friday, two days after they ended anti-government protests that descended into the worst violence in modern Thai history. They also swept through the capital's posh central shopping area, searching for weapons and explosives in the now-deserted battleground. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (THAILAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY MILITARY)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 22, 2007
A worker paints glue onto an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski to replace...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker paints glue on an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw
A worker paints glue onto an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski to replace the campaign poster of his conservative Law and Justice party PIS with an advertisement in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform of Donald Tusk defeated Kaczynski in Sunday's general election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 22, 2007
A worker paints glue onto an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski to replace...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker paints glue on an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw
A worker paints glue onto an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski to replace the campaign poster of his conservative Law and Justice party PIS with an advertisement in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform of Donald Tusk defeated Kaczynski in Sunday's general election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 22, 2007
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Health Minister...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski with an advertisement...
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Health Minister Zbigniew Religa (R) of the conservative Law and Justice party PIS with an advertisement in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform of Donald Tusk defeated Kaczynski in Sunday's general election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 22, 2007
A worker prepares to cover an election poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and other...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker prepares to cover an election poster of Kaczynski in Warsaw
A worker prepares to cover an election poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and other conservative Law and Justice party members on a street in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform defeated Kaczynski's conservative Law and Justice Party in Sunday's election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 22, 2007
A worker prepares to cover an election poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and other...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker prepares to cover an election poster showing Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw
A worker prepares to cover an election poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and other conservative Law and Justice party members on a street in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform defeated Kaczynski's conservative Law and Justice Party in Sunday's election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
BUSH-ALBANIA /
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June 10, 2007
Albanians, wearing U.S. colours, display a 100-dollar note with a picture of Albanian Prime Minister...
Tirana, Albania
Albanians, wearing U.S. colours, display a 100-dollar note with a picture of Albanian Prime Minister...
Albanians, wearing U.S. colours, display a 100-dollar note with a picture of Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha, as they welcome U.S. President George W. Bush to central Tirana June 10, 2007. Bush arrived in Albania on Sunday for the first visit by a U.S. leader to the Balkan republic, once a byword for hardline communist isolationism but now a staunch ally of America. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (ALBANIA)
BUSH-ALBANIA/
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June 10, 2007
An Albanian woman decorated in U.S. and Albanian colours cheers as U.S. President George W. Bush arrives...
Tirana, Albania
An Albanian woman decorated in U.S. and Albanian colours cheers as the President George W. Bush arrives...
An Albanian woman decorated in U.S. and Albanian colours cheers as U.S. President George W. Bush arrives in central Tirana June 10, 2007. Bush arrived in Albania on Sunday for the first visit by a U.S. leader to the Balkan republic, once a byword for hardline communist isolationism but now a staunch ally of America. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (ALBANIA)
BUSH-ALBANIA/
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June 10, 2007
Albanian women wave U.S. and Albanian flags as President George W. Bush arrives in central Tirana June...
Tirana, Albania
Albanian women wave U.S. and Albanian flags as President Bush arrives to central Tirana
Albanian women wave U.S. and Albanian flags as President George W. Bush arrives in central Tirana June 10, 2007. Bush arrived in Albania on Sunday for the first visit by a U.S. leader to the Balkan republic, once a byword for hardline communist isolationism but now a staunch ally of America. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (ALBANIA)
IRAQ BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
Terry Hicks, father of Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, addresses a crowd during a protest against...
Canberra, Australia
Terry Hicks, father of Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, addresses a crowd during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday where he said that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
BLAIR AUSTRALIA
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March 27, 2006
A protester wearing a British Prime Minister Tony Blair mask addresses a crowd during a protest against...
Canberra, Australia
Protester wearing British PM Blair mask addresses crowd during protest against visit by Blair at Parliament...
A protester wearing a British Prime Minister Tony Blair mask addresses a crowd during a protest against a visit by Blair at the Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday where he said that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
BLAIR AUSTRALIA
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March 27, 2006
Terry Hicks, father of Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, addresses a crowd during a protest against...
Canberra, Australia
Father of Guantanamo Bay detainee addresses crowd during protest against visit by British PM Blair to...
Terry Hicks, father of Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, addresses a crowd during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Australia at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
AUSTRALIA BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
A protester is arrested during a demonstration against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to...
None, Australia
Protester is arrested during demonstration against visit by British PM Blair to Australia at Parliament...
A protester is arrested during a demonstration against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Australia at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
IRAQ BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
A protester is arrested during a demonstration against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister...
Canberra, Australia
Protester is arrested during demonstration against visit to Australia by Britain's PM Blair in Canberra...
A protester is arrested during a demonstration against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
AUSTRALIA BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
A protester holds an anti-Blair placard during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony...
Canberra, Australia
Protester holds anti-Blair placard during protest against visit by British PM Blair to Australia in...
A protester holds an anti-Blair placard during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Australia in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
AUSTRALIA BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
British expatriates participate in a protest against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister...
Canberra, Australia
British expatriates participate in protest against visit to Australia by Britain's PM Blair in Canberra...
British expatriates participate in a protest against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
AUSTRALIA BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
A protester holds an anti-Blair placard during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony...
Canberra, Australia
Protester holds anti-Blair placard during protest against visit by British PM Blair to Australia in...
A protester holds an anti-Blair placard during a protest against a visit by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to Australia in Canberra March 27, 2006. The protest took place as Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
IRAQ BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
A protester wearing a Tony Blair mask addresses a crowd at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006....
Canberra, Australia
Protester wearing Tony Blair mask addresses crowd at Parliament House in Canberra
A protester wearing a Tony Blair mask addresses a crowd at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. The unidentified man spoke as British Prime Minister Blair addressed Australian politicians inside Parliament House on Monday. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
AUSTRALIA BLAIR
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March 27, 2006
Women participate in a protest against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at...
Canberra, Australia
Women participate in protest against visit to Australia by Britain's PM Blair in Canberra
Women participate in a protest against a visit to Australia by Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at Parliament House in Canberra March 27, 2006. Blair said on Monday that Iraq and Afghanistan were decisive battlegrounds for the values the West believes in and warned of the risk of a U.S. retreat into isolationism. REUTERS/Andrew Sheargold
UN SWISS
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March 03, 2002
Swiss Foreign Minister Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss President Kaspar
Villiger (R) toast with a glass of...
Bern, Switzerland
SWISS FOREIGN MINISTER DEISS AND PRESIDENT VILLIGER TOAST UN
MEMBERSHIP.
Swiss Foreign Minister Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss President Kaspar
Villiger (R) toast with a glass of champagne the yes vote to the U.N.
membership in Berne March 3, 2002. Swiss voters abandoned centuries of
political isolationism and narrowly agreed on Sunday that their
staunchly neutral country should join the United
Nations.REUTERS/POOL/Karl-Heinz Hug

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VOTING
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March 03, 2002
A Swiss citizen (R) casts his ballot in this voting station in the
school building of Barbereche, a...
Barbareche, Switzerland
SWISS VOTE ON JOINING U.N.
A Swiss citizen (R) casts his ballot in this voting station in the
school building of Barbereche, a small village near Fribourg March 3,
2002. A centuries-old Swiss tradition on political isolationism was on
the line as voters headed to the polls for a cliffhanger vote on
whether to join the United Nations. REUTERS SCHWEIZ/Pascal Lauener
REUTERS

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UN SWISS
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February 28, 2002
A woman enters the compound of the United Nations European headquarters
in Geneva in this February 28,...
Geneva, Switzerland
WOMAN ENTERS GATE TO THE U.N. BUILDING IN GENEVA FILE PHOTO.
A woman enters the compound of the United Nations European headquarters
in Geneva in this February 28, 2002 file photo. Swiss voters abandoned
centuries of political isolationism and narrowly agreed March 3, 2002,
that their staunchly neutral country should join the United Nations
REUTERS/Jean-Marc Ferre

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BUSH EUROPE
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July 20, 2001
U.S. President George W. Bush is saluted by a ceremonial guard as he
descends the steps of Air Force...
Genoa, Italy
U.S. PRESIDENT BUSH ARRIVES IN GENOA.
U.S. President George W. Bush is saluted by a ceremonial guard as he
descends the steps of Air Force One upon his arrival at Cristoforo
Colombo Airport in Genoa July 20, 2001. Bush, attending his first G8
summit of leaders of seven major industrialized nations plus Russia,
says he is ready to make his case against isolationism and for free
trade to help the world's poorest nations.

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CANADA USA WTO
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December 04, 1999
CANADA-USA-WTO:QUEBEC CITY, 4DEC99-Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, far right, after giving a speech...
Quebec City, Canada
CANDIAN PRIME MINISTER JEAN CHRETIEN AT THE COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS IN QUEBEC CITY.
CANADA-USA-WTO:QUEBEC CITY, 4DEC99-Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, far right, after giving a speech to delegates sits at a table facing Quebec's Premier Lucien Bouchard host to the Council of State Government, in Quebec City December 4. Chretien downplayed the failure of the World Trade Organization in Seatle this week, and also warned the U.S. against any return to isolationism.

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CANADA-USA-WTO
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December 04, 1999
CANADA-USA-WTO:QUEBEC CITY, 4DEC99-Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien talks to delegates of the Council...
Quebec City, Canada
CANDIAN PRIME MINISTER JEAN CHRETIEN TALKS TO THE COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS IN QUEBEC CITY.
CANADA-USA-WTO:QUEBEC CITY, 4DEC99-Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien talks to delegates of the Council of State Government, in Quebec City December 4. Chretien downplayed the failure of the World Trade Organization in Seattle this week, and also warned the U.S. not to return to isolationism.

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CLINTON BUDGET
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October 18, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton pauses as he is asked a question about the growing budget impasse with Congress...
Washington, USA
CLINTON FOLLOWING CABINET MEETING ON BUDGET.
U.S. President Bill Clinton pauses as he is asked a question about the growing budget impasse with Congress following a Cabinet meeting October 18. Clinton announced that he vetoed a bill to fund foreign operations, saying it was "the next big chapter in the new American isolationism.

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CLINTON-REPUBLICANS
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October 14, 1999
President Clinton answers a question at a press conference at the White House October 14. Clinton came...
Washington, USA
CLINTON PRESS CONFERENCE AT WHITE HOUSE.
President Clinton answers a question at a press conference at the White House October 14. Clinton came out blazing against Congressional Republicans Thursday, accusing them of a "reckless partisanship" that jeopardizes American economic security and reveals a troubling "new isolationism.

WM/TRA
LOTT TREATY
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October 14, 1999
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill October 14 in response...
Washington, USA
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER TRENT LOTT SPEAKS TO REPORTERS ON TREATY VOTE.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill October 14 in response to U.S. President Bill Clinton's earlier comments denigrating the Senates 51-48 vote on October 13 against the Test Ban Treaty. Lott rejected the argument that Republicans want to shift U.S. policy from engagement to isolationism but added: "We don't want to be international cowboys either.

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CLINTON REPUBLICANS
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October 14, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton listens to a question during a press conference at the White House October...
Washington, USA
CLINTON AT PRESS CONFERENCE AT WHITE HOUSE.
U.S. President Bill Clinton listens to a question during a press conference at the White House October 14. Clinton came out blazing against Congressional Republicans Thursday, accusing them of a "reckless partisanship" that jeopardizes American economic security and reveals a troubling "new isolationism.

WM/JP
RUSSIA
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September 20, 1998
Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov (L) and the leader of the Russian Union of Industrialists and...
Moscow, multiple countries
RUSSIAN PM PRIMAKOV AND ARKADY VOLSKY MEET IN MOSCOW.
Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov (L) and the leader of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Arkady Volsky before the meeting with Russian businessmen September 20. Primakov told industrial leaders on Sunday that market reforms will focus on encouraging growth but ruled out resorting to isolationism to protect domestic industry.

MF/ME
RTR8VYP
November 22, 1997
Speaking at an APEC press conference on November 22, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien urges Pacific...
Canada
CANADIAN PM CHRETIEN SPEAKS AT APEC CONFERENCE
Speaking at an APEC press conference on November 22, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien urges Pacific Rim nations not to panic over Asia's spreading financial sickness. Chretien warned against defensive protectionism and isolationism.

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