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The Latest “Putinyahu Rusrael” Summit Was The Most Important Yet

The outcome of the latest “Putinyahu Rusrael” summit was the most important yet because the Russian leader publicly agreed that his “Israeli” counterpart has “first-hand knowledge” of “what terrorism is about” and his Foreign Minister dramatically announced that the War on Syria is finally over, both of which have enormous […]

Russia’s “Multilateral Strategic Stability” Proposal Could Bring “Balance” To South Asia

Russian media reported that the “multilateral strategic stability” proposal by some of the country’s leading experts to actively prevent a military confrontation between nuclear powers runs counter to Moscow’s current foreign policy, though its possible promulgation would represent a victory by the “Progressive” faction of its “deep state” over the […]

John Bolton’s Resignation Letter is a Major Olive Branch to Both North And South Korea

To say that the division of Korea has caused disagreements and outright hatred on both sides is an understatement. But ever since the inauguration of Korean detente in 2018, Pyongyang and Seoul have been engaging in increased cooperation. For months on end, Moon Jae-in’s Blue House has been publicly agreeing […]

Iran’s CPEC-Parallel Pipeline Plans (E-CPEC+) Could Ruin India’s Regional Vision

The Iranian Ambassador to India shocked his host nation by announcing that his country was considering building a CPEC-parallel LNG pipeline to China in response to New Delhi’s submission to the US’ unilateral sanctions regime, which could completely ruin India’s regional vision if this ambitious plan comes to pass and […]

Who’s Right And Who’s Wrong In The Kenyan-Somalian Maritime Dispute?

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is hearing Kenya and Somalia’s cases pertaining to their ongoing maritime dispute from 9-13 September, and it’s worthwhile contemplating which side is right. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is the international agreement that practically all of the world […]

Lessons For The Philippines: A Pro-FDI Economic Environment is Central to China’s Continued Reform And Opening Up

China is just abolished foreign investment quotas for Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) and Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (RQFII). This is an important step in China’s continued drive for further economic reform and opening up in the pursuit of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects. China courts […]