Author: Adam Garrie

China Embraces economic openness on the win-win model, Trump embraces unilateralism, the EU remains confused

Trump’s negative rhetoric on both China and the European Union  When it comes to Donald Trump’s geopolitical wars of words, apart from Venezuela and Iran, Trump’s greatest rhetorical ire is reserved for China and the European Union (EU). But while The US only formally established relations with the People’s Republic […]

Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim Re-Enters Parliament Thus Completing His Political Rehabilitation

Anwar Ibrahim’s personal political history as well as his history with veteran Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is more intriguing that most works of fiction. After becoming Prime Minister for the first time in 1983, Mahathir Mohamad ushered in an economic boom in Malaysia that is crediting with bringing the country […]

Here’s How Turkey and America Could Reset Their Relations

The past 24 hours have seen the US offer multiple contradictory statements regarding its close relationship with Saudi Arabia, while equally contradictory statements were made regarding relations with Turkey.  Initially, Donald Trump stated that sanctions against Turkish officials and a 50% punitive tariff increase on Turkish steel and aluminium exports […]

The Philippines Must Convince UN to Define a Narcotics Free Life as a Universal Human Right

Many Filipinos are celebrating their country’s re-election to the UN Human Rights Council after a barrage of black propaganda has been heaped on the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte for his serious approach to the problem of narcotics proliferation and the related phenomena of narco-terrorism and savagely violent crime. While […]

Trump’s Full Quote About Saudi Arabia Makes it Clear That Washington Will Not Sanction Riyadh Over Jamal Khashoggi

Trump rules out sanctions on military equipment sold to Saudi Arabia  Donald Trump recently gave an interview with CBS news in which he stated that if it is proved that Saudi Arabia’s leadership ordered the  murder of Saudi born journalist Jamal Khashoggi, there would be “severe punishment” levelled against Riyadh. […]