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Diplomats Do Nothing, Guns Speak Up

The most recent dramatic escalation of military and political tensions on the Korean peninsula in August 2015 can be viewed from various perspectives, but what stands out is the fact that despite Seoul’s continual declarations of their desire to build trust between the North and the South, not only economic cooperation, but even meaningful dialog has ground to an almost complete halt...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 30.08.2015


 

Greatness of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Or not?

Many people are aware that U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt skillfully lured Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor so as to get the American public to support joining England’s war against Adolf Hitler’s Nazis...

Eric ZUESSE | 27.08.2015


 

It Was Far East Where Red Army Saw Final Days of WWII

The Japan’s Foreign Ministry never had a dull moment during the last weekend. It was the headache of its own making. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited Iturup, one of the Kuril Islands, on August 22 as part of his trip to the Far East...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 26.08.2015


 

Regional Factors Make Russia-Japan Reset Hit its Fair Share of Snags

The complex, delicately poised reset in the Russia-Japan relationship increasingly seems a distant prospect. Both Russia and Japan desired a reset and saw it being in their best interests...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 25.08.2015


 

Washington’s Extraordinary ‘Welcome’ for China’s President Xi

When visitors arrive it is a basic norm to extend hospitality. But for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to the United States next month, the American response seems to be one of extending sumptuous hostility...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 23.08.2015


 

America’s Toxic ‘Partnership’ With Vietnam

America’s war on Vietnam may have officially ended 40 years ago, but the Southeast Asian country is still battling with the horrific legacy that the US military bequeathed. Yet last week, US Secretary of State John Kerry, while in Hanoi, eulogised about how the two countries are «healing» and forging a new «partnership»...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 15.08.2015


 

Nuclear Disarmament: If Not Now, When?

Oh plaintive cry for justice, for change, for the world we must create, welling up from a tiny island nation in the Pacific Ocean. I can only pray: Let there be an authority large enough to hear it.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 07.08.2015


 

China’s Global Presence Is Alienating Bellicose Japan

Recent Tokyo’s bellicose attitude pushes Japan into alienation and relative isolation vis-à-vis China’s growing global presence...

Augusto SOTO | 06.08.2015


 

Nuclear Tensions on Korean Peninsula and US Doublethink

In an exclusive interview with the Interfax news agency on July 29, the North Korean ambassador to Moscow, Kim Hyun Joon, stated that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was prepared to shore up its nuclear potential in response to US actions, the purpose of which, the ambassador emphasized, «is to overthrow the existing regime and bring about a change in the current leadership of the DPRK»...

Alexander VORONTSOV | 05.08.2015


 

WW II Japan slave labor: What to make of Mitsubishi Materials’ apology?

Seventy years after the end of WWII, Mitsubishi Materials staged a  high profile apology  to James Murphy, 94 year old survivor and former American POW. The ceremony took place this month at the Museum of Tolerance of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, appropriately the museum established to remind the world of the European Holocaust.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 03.08.2015




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Washington’s Financial / Currency War on China: Eclipsing of US Dollar by Yuan

The Chinese are in the process of displacing the monopoly of the US dollar. They are dropping their US Treasury bonds, stockpiling gold reserves, and opening regional distribution banks for their own national currency. This will give them easier access to capital markets and insulate them from financial manipulation by Washington and Wall Street...

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