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It Is Time to Rethink Africa
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It Is Time to Rethink Africa
April 1, 2020

More often than not Africa is written about by the same people who write about every region of the world never making contact with anyone from any of them.

Sick and Sadistic: World Fights COVID-19 Amid U.S. Sanctions
April 1, 2020

The unrelenting hard-heartedness of Washington based on self-righteousness is frightening in the scale of its hubris and hypocrisy.

Sick and Sadistic: World Fights COVID-19 Amid U.S. Sanctions
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
February 23, 2020

As long as true economic development and long-term thinking drives all discussion of bilateral relationships, then a new age of peace and cooperation for all nations under a multipolar world order may yet occur.

The Philippines Want the U.S. Out and They Are Not Alone
February 15, 2020

The pawns of the Grand Chessboard are starting to move much more boldly – in an unpredicted by the punditry decision the Philippines have asked U.S. forces to leave their islands indefinitely.

The Philippines Want the U.S. Out and They Are Not Alone
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Will Bougainville Become the UN’s 194th Member State?
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Will Bougainville Become the UN’s 194th Member State?
December 30, 2019

Bougainville, which possesses significant natural resources in copper and gold, is more prepared for independence than were current Pacific region members of the UN, including Tuvalu, Niue, and Kiribati, Wayne Madsen asserts.

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
December 25, 2019

After 18 months of on-off diplomacy with North Korea, the Trump administration seems determined to jettison the fragile talk about peace, reverting to its earlier campaign of “maximum pressure” and hostility.

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
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Sociopaths on the Left and Sociopaths on the Right Work to Break Potential US-China Alliance
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Sociopaths on the Left and Sociopaths on the Right Work to Break Potential US-China Alliance
December 6, 2019

Many Taiwanese leaders are stuck in a Cold War mindset and still see their life’s mission through the outdated lens of their Kuomintang forebears.

India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
November 6, 2019

Buddhist national identity has taken on violent excesses in countries like Myanmar and Sri Lanka. But in the Himalayas, which is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Buddhism is attempting to make a resurgence in a political sense.

India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
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