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A Guide to Explaining President Duterte to Open Minded But Misguided Foreigners

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte remains one of the most misunderstood leaders in the world. This is primarily due to a combination of fake news generated by his domestic opponents, primarily in the Liberal Party and a wider pan-liberal global campaign designed to discredit Duterte’s popular reforms among news readers in […]

South Africa’s Boers Are Putting Russia On The Horns Of A Dilemma

The planned migration of 15,000 South African Boers to Russia is forcing the host country to choose between welcoming these new arrivals for humanitarian reasons or complicating their efforts to flee for geopolitical ones. Racist Misperceptions RT just published an article quoting a Rossiya 1TV report about a delegation of […]

As Netanyahu Prepares to Meet with Putin – Iran Challenges both Moscow and Tel Aviv

On the 11th of July, Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding the situation in Syria. When discussing the aim of his visit, Netanyahu told reporters that he has two goals in respect of reaching an understanding with Russia regarding the situation in […]

Croatian Footballer Domagoj Vida in New Alcohol Soaked Extreme-Right Racist Scandal

Croatian footballer Domagoj Vida has already been reprimanded by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) for participating in a video made shortly after his team’s victory over Russia in the World Cup in which he chanted a deeply offensive slogan. During the original video, Vida shouted the slogan “Slava Ukrayini” which […]

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Inaugurated as New Political System Comes Into Force

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been inaugurated in a substantial ceremony attended by multiple world leaders, politicians and dignitaries. This represents the first time a Turkish leader was sown in under the rules of a new political system first put to the Turkish public in the form of a referendum […]

A Federal-Parliamentary System is More Important Than Banning Dynastic Politics in The Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has received the formal report containing recommendations from the Consultative Committee (CC) for constitutional reform. In one way or another, The Philippines is set for its biggest shift in political structure since the controversial 1987 Constitution was introduced by Corazon Aquino who came to power after the ouster […]