October 15, 2019

Geopolitics

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Modern day Mao reigns supreme as CCP turns 70
Dressed in a grey jacket reminiscent of the style of his murderous hero Mao Zedong, supreme leader Xi Jinping presided over a massive military parade on Oct. 1 to mark the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s founding. Read More.
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Hong Kong activist hits 'Chinazi' regime at 70
Those who believe in Communist China’s “one country, two systems” framework for Hong Kong, Macau and even Taiwan are either spies for the communists or merely naïve, a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist said. Read More.
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Defector offers blunt take on 2 Koreas, Donald Trump
On solving North Korea’s nuclear weapons issue, it is important for the U.S. to establish a vision and strategy for a post-Kim Jong-Un contingency situation. Read More.
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Why is Seoul celebrating China’s 70th birthday?
Seoul’s City Council Hall is decked out in decorations as the liberal Moon Jae-In administration celebrates the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Read More.
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Key words in Ukraine transcript? ‘CrowdStrike’
In the transcript of his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, U.S. President Donald Trump referenced CrowdStrike, a cyber firm used by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to investigate cyberattacks against the DNC during the 2016 election. Read More.
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American woman in Hong Kong sparks outrage
In a video that has gone viral, a woman identified as American is seen scolding protesters in Hong Kong, calling their pro-democracy efforts a “waste of time.” Read More.
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PR firms pass on Hong Kong's makeover bids
The Hong Kong government was essentially told to get lost in its bid to rebuild its image amid ongoing massive pro-democracy protests. Read More.
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Children’s climate fury spares China
Conspicuously absent in the climate alarmism pushed by the Left via children and a compliant corporate media is China, which is responsible for 30 percent of global emissions. Read More.
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Report: Persecution of Christians growing, systemic
The persecution of Christians by extremists is growing, is not random but systematic, and takes place irrespective of language, ethnicity, or location, according to a report by the Gatestone Institute. Read More.
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What China gains from new Bangladesh sub base
In 2016 Bangladesh purchased two Chinese Type-035 conventional submarines. Now China is going to build a $1.2 billion submarine base for Bangladesh, raising concerns about future Chinese naval access. Read More.
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Israeli report: 'Deal of the century’ is back on the shelf
The release of the Trump administration’s plan for Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) will be delayed “significantly” due to the still unsettled Israeli election, according to a Sept. 23 report. Read More.
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China's 2015 deal with Bidens involved dual use tech
The Senate Finance Committee has announced it will investigate the Obama administration's approval in 2015 of the sale to China of a former U.S. firm which develops dual-use technologies with military applications. Read More.
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Staff to UN elite: Practice what you climate preach
The New York-based United Nations in 2018 emitted more carbon dioxide than the entirety of some of its member states, a Reuters report noted. Read More.
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Regime denies attacks; Iranians sell organs to cope
While Iran’s leaders erect a tough-guy image on the international stage, at home the nation’s populace is struggling mightily, so much so that Iranians are resorting to selling their organs to get by economically. Read More.

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