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Category Archive: Asia

China Warns North Korea War “Could Break Out At Any Moment”

By Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge): 14 April, 2017 “North Korea is a problem,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday. “The problem will be taken care of.” Which prompted North...

US Set to Expand South China Sea Conflict

By Joseph Thomas (New Eastern Outlook): 4 February, 2017 Triumphalism followed the election of US President Donald Trump, particularly among those opposed to US foreign policy under US President...

Chagos islanders plead for end to 50-year exile as UK-US deal rolls over

View Article by the Guardian… © Guardian News and Media Ltd Photo Credits: DoD photo by Senior Airman Rebeca M. Luquin, U.S. Air Force

CIA Hawk Called for the US to Deliver a “Painful” Blow to Putin One Week Prior to Ambassador Assassination

By Steven MacMillan (Blacklisted News): 21 December, 2016 On the evening of Monday the 19th of December, a day before Russia, Turkey and Iran were scheduled to meet in Moscow to discuss the Syrian...

Russia Has No Partners In The West

By Paul Craig Roberts: 17 September, 2016 The Russian government is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. The Russian government keeps making agreements with...

Turkish EU bid ‘unrealistic’ while Erdogan in power – European commissioner

By RT: 30 August, 2016 Turkey is unlikely to join the European Union as long as its president remains in office, a top official from the bloc has said, adding that Ankara’s bid will be an issue for...

The Broken Chessboard: Brzezinski Gives Up on Empire

By Mike Whitney (Counterpunch): 25 August, 2016 The main architect of Washington’s plan to rule the world has abandoned the scheme and called for the forging of ties with Russia and China. While...

Washington’s Conundrum in Syria: Russia, Iran and China Team Up

By Sputnik: 20 August, 2016 China’s recent announcement of an increase of its humanitarian support for the Syrian people and that it would provide additional training to the Syrian forces comes as...

South Koreans Protest US Anti-Missile System THAAD

By Steven MacMillan/New Eastern Outlook: 19 August, 2016 South Korea was the scene of recent protests against the deployment of the US Army’s anti-ballistic missile system THAAD (Terminal...

The CIA’s Botched Coup in Turkey Further Weakens NATO; Pushes Ankara Closer to Moscow

By Steven MacMillan/The Analyst Report: 19 August, 2016 At the end of June, the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, sent a letter to Vladimir Putin in which he apologized for the death of a...