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The Salvadorian Elections and Beijing’s Rise Star in Central America

The People’s Republic of China is an increasingly important player in Latin America. One important project that involves China is the creation of a mega canal connecting the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean, like a second Panama Canal. This second Panama Canal, however, will be based in Nicaragua and called the Great Canal of Nicaragua...

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 16.02.2014


 

Once Again on the Territorial Disputes between Japan, China and Korea (I)

The position of the main opponents. The crisis in Sino-Japanese relations broke out on Sept. 10, 2012, after Tokyo`s decision to buy out the Senkaku islands (in Chinese they are called the Diaoyu islands) from their private Japanese owner, over which the Land of the Rising Sun is currently implementing administrative controls, but are contested by China (and both Beijing and Taipei at the same time), remains at the center of international attention. It has been more than two months, but the new focus of the conflict, despite intense diplomatic efforts, it seems, is far from subsiding...

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There's a New Sheriff in Town in Asia: This Sheriff Wears Five Yellow Stars

Confronted by a China that has eclipsed the economy of Japan, thus achieving the distinction of being the world’s second-largest economy, the days of the United States acting as a major powerbroker in Asia is coming to an end...

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Native Americans and US Scorched Earth Continuum

The Navajo and Apache were the last of the great Native American nations to be conquered at the end of the 19th Century. Using a scorched-earth policy, the tribes were massacred by Union troops under the command of Washington. Destruction of settlements and pastoral lands was instrumental in dispossessing the tribes, leading to their eventual subjugation...

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