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Time Magazine’s Infamous Duterte Hater Ignores Crimes of Bangladeshi Regime in Feeble Attempt to Slander The Philippines

Times magazine’s recent cover story which singled out Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte as a “strongman” along side Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was seen by many in The Philippines as an accidental compliment. After years of ineffective and corrupt leadership, President […]

Syrians Should Vote in Referenda to Determine Political Future – UNSC Resolution 2336 Leads to No Other Logical Conclusion

A state of war is necessarily the antithesis of a peaceful democratic process and the longer a war drags on, the more weary every party to that war becomes over the prospect of seeing their military gains discarded  at the ballot box. But when it comes to Syria, the only […]

Ukraine Should be Suspended from UN Over Threats to Murder Russian Diplomat

On the 9th of May, the most sacred day in the Russia and wider post-Soviet national calendar, the Ukrainian regime held an illegal meeting at the United Nations whose rather un-creative subject was “fake news”. During the meeting which turned out to be little than a typical hour of Russophobic […]

If The EU Actually Wants to Preserve the JCPOA Against US Wishes, European Leaders Must Learn From Turkey and Erdogan

When Donald Trump reached what for him was a forgone conclusion and withdrew the United States from the JCPOA (aka Iran nuclear deal), it was equally a foregone conclusion that China and Russia would both be willing to continue participation in a would-be post-US JCPOA and if not, China and […]

Beyond the Mahathir/Anwar Soap Opera, The Democratic Action Party Holds the Key to Malaysia’s Multipolar/Multiracial Future

The relationship between Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim has come full circle as a result of Pakatan Harapan’s election victory over the long ruling Barisan Nasional coalition led by previously domineering party United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). This week’s election was the first victory for an opposition party which […]