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The Geo-politics of a New Global Arms Treaty

The end of Mueller inquiry and its conclusion that Russia had played no role in influencing the US presidential elections has seemingly opened the way for a new global arms treaty, one that would also include countries like China, Britain, France apart from the US and Russia…

BRI Forum Points to Tectonic Shift in Geopolitical Power

The second BRI Forum was held in Beijing from 21st to 27th of April 2019. It was intended by 5000 delegates from 150 countries, including 40 heads of government and representatives of 90 international organisations. The forum followed a successful trip to Europe by China’s President…

America’s Constitutional Crisis

For months the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has insisted that she would not have ‘all the facts’ to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Trump until the Mueller Report was released. When finally that happened, the man hand-picked by the president to be his Attorney General, the highest legal official in the land…

Who is to Take Responsibility for Man-made Earthquake in Pohang-si?

On 15 November 2018, a magnitude-5.4 earthquake struck the environs of the Pohang-si city, located in the North Gyeongsang Province. It was the second most powerful temblor in the modern history of South Korea since instrumental earthquake monitoring had begun in the nation in…

On Venezuela and Corralling Mother Russia

Venezuela, Venezuela, Venezuela! Does anybody know what’s really going on? While American President Donald Trump wobbles the White House position and Russia’s alleged role, western mainstream pundits act out a whacky war of imbecilic words. Meanwhile, Venezuelan citizens starve…

US Targets Iran, Presumes Dominion Over Global Trade

If Iran was truly a threat to global peace and security, why would nations like China, India, Japan, South Korea and Turkey be trading with it? Why would the European Union seek to trade with it? Why would the United States struggle and eventually resort to global-scale coercion to…

New Zealand Working to Stabilize Rocky Relations with China

On March 30, 2019, New Zealand’s Te Papa National Museum in the capital city Wellington hosted the Grand Opening of the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism. Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism Luo Shugang attended the ceremony along with New Zealand’s Minister of Tourism Kelvin Davis…

Will the Real Donald Trump Please Stand Up

The discussions between Putin and Trump, sometime in early May 2019, have revealed frightening truths about US policy in Venezuela and elsewhere. If reports are to be believed, there was wide agreement between Putin and Trump on Venezuela and much of what had been said by the US policies…

Will Washington be Held Accountable for its War Crimes?

For more than a decade, the United States has been steadily increasing the scale of its illegal military operations across the Middle East, resulting in hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths. Eighteen years ago, the US invaded Afghanistan under the pretext of ousting the Taliban…

Russian Railway Tracks Stand the Test of Time in Central Asia

Russia plays an important role in the Eurasian railway system. Eurasia is traversed by the Trans-Siberian Railway — the world’s longest network of railways — connecting Moscow with Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East. Russian rail technologies and specialists from Russia are highly…

Russia: the New Center of Afghan Peace Process?

In Kabul, the opening of a Russian cultural centre on the site of the House of Science and Culture, which was originally built in 1980 by the Soviet Union, stands as a symbol of Russia’s increasing presence in Afghanistan as also its role in helping put the Afghan war to an end and usher in an era of Afghan re-birth. This is, of course, symbolic. But there is…


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