February 29, 2024

Geopolitics

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Staunch rhetorical support for Ukraine sovereignty at UN
In a powerful vote of confidence for Ukraine’s sovereignty and continuing independence, both the UN Security Council and General Assembly met to show political strong support for the embattled country, two years after the 2022 Russian invasion. Read More.
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Team Biden shocked by election interference — in Pakistan
Team Biden on Tuesday reiterated its call for a full and transparent investigation of “any claims of interference or fraud” in an election. Read More.
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Al Qaida returned to Afghanistan after U.S. withdrawal
Following the Biden Administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, the ruling Taliban is denying reports that it has accommodated a resurgence of the Al Qaida terrorist organization. Read More.
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Actual winner of disputed Pakistan election sits in jail
Pakistan is politically on the brink again in the aftermath of fractious and inconclusive national parliamentary elections which ended with a wavering question mark hanging over this land of 241 million people like a political Damocles sword. Two former prime ministers, both of whom are bitter rivals and equally mired in alleged corruption, were vying for the top spot. Read More.
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‘Conflict-resolution’ NGO helped Iran sell its nuke program
In 2014, a time when Iran had few friends in the West, then-foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif set out to persuade the world to accept Iran’s developing nuclear program. Read More.
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At risk: U.S. strategic ties with key central Pacific islands
U.S. strategic control of the Central Pacific depends on Compacts of Free Association (COFA) treaties with Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Marshall Islands. Read More.
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Many moving parts in the Middle East maze
The attack on Tower 22 was a accident waiting to happen. And it did. But then following the deadly drone assault on this exposed U.S. base in Jordan killing three soldiers, the clock started ticking. Unleashing massive American retaliatory airstrikes responding to the Iranian militia attacks on U.S. forces were just a matter of time. Read More.
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Pentagon lists Chinese military companies operating in U.S.
Weapons makers and nuclear companies are included in the Pentagon’s list of nearly 50 Chinese military entities that are currently operating in the United States. Read More.
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China hackers invaded U.S. critical infrastructure
China's cyber crimes are perhaps the most dangerous of all CCP gray zone actions in its “unrestricted warfare” against the United States. The gray zone is defined as "competitive interactions among and within state and non-state actors that fall between traditional war and peace. Read More.
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Trump tariff warning sends China market into nosedive
Donald Trump is the E.F. Hutton of the Chinese stock market these days. When Trump talks, China’s investors listen. Read More.
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U.S. hits Iran proxies after drone strike killed American troops
The United States on Friday launched a series of coalition airstrikes targeting Iran-backed militias in Syria and Iraq. Read More.
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Biden enabled China’s 'Borrowed Knife' stratagy
On Jan. 26 to 27 Biden Administration National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Asia Policy Coordinator (and Deputy Secretary of State nominee) Kurt Campbell met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Bangkok, Thailand. Read More.
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UN agency's employees took part in Oct. 7 attack on Israel
A dozen employees of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the UN's Palestinian refugee agency, were part of the wave of Hamas terrorists who slaughtered more than 1,200 Israelis on Oct. 7 of last year, a report said. Read More.
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UN report warns: World economy facing ‘fragile resilience’
While the world economy performed better than expected during 2023, tough times loom in the upcoming year. That’s according to the UN’s annual report “World Economic Situation and Prospects 2024.” Read More.
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UN funneling U.S. taxpayer funds to illegal aliens
In its newly released 2024 “Inter-Agency Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela” (R4V for short), the United Nations confirmed it plans to hand out $1.6 billion to illegal aliens who plan to cross into the United States. Read More.

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