July 13, 2024

Geopolitics

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Ex- IDF general: Netanyahu has ‘gone off the rails'
IDF Maj.-Gen. (res.) Itzhak Brik, who has met with Netanyahu six times since the Oct. 7 massacre, said recently that he saw indications in the prime minister’s behavior that indicate “the man has gone off the rails.” Read More.
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Rumblings in the South Pacific: New Caledonia, nickel, and China
New Caledonia, a remote French overseas territory in the South Pacific, is not often in the news. It’s even less common when you see the truly unexpected cast of characters placing this small island group into an unwanted limelight. Read More.
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With a boost from TikTok, China is winning the cognitive war
China’s military defines cognitive warfare as activities to alter the attitudes and behaviors of people and populations for political purposes by degrading rationality and changing perceptions of reality. Read More.
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Political theater continues on Palestine’s UN membership
The United Nations General Assembly massively endorsed a plan which brings the State of Palestine one step closer to full membership in the 193-member multinational body. In a lopsided vote of 143 to 9 with 23 abstentions, the Assembly passed a resolution which seemingly puts Palestine on the long-awaited path to membership. Read More.
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U.S. pro-terror protests: Well-funded, not spontaneous
The shocking outpouring of support for terrorism this year at major campuses across the nation is neither spontaneous nor organic. It is supported by a well-funded network of leftist nonprofits, NGOs, foundations, and dark-money groups that are largely backed by big-money donors aligned with the U.S. Democrat Party, according to independent media reports and security analysts. Read More.
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Where has Ukraine aid gone? ‘Russians simply walked in’
Funds intended to build fortifications for the defense of Ukraine's northern border were diverted to fake companies, according to the Mezha Anti-Corruption Center. Read More.
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Biden's betrayal of Israel almost complete, analysts say
Over the past several decades, U.S. leaders' support for Israel has been unwavering. Then came the Biden administration. Read More.
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While the naysayers nay, Milei's Argentina booms
Thanks to the free market reforms of populist President Javier Milei, inflation is falling in Argentina. Interest rates are also coming down. And the peso is on fire. Read More.
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New Panama president vows to choke flow of illegals
Jose Mulino, the surprise winner of the Panama presidential election, has vowed he “will not permit thousands of illegals to pass through our territory like nothing, without control.” Read More.
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U.S.-based groups sued as pro-Hamas terror arm
A group of American and Israeli survivors of the Hamas Oct. 7 terror attack on Israel have filed a lawsuit against U.S.-based groups which the suit accuses of collaborating with Hamas to legitimize and potentially extend the attack's impact in the United States. Read More.
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Trials can't derail Trump's outreach to foreign statesmen
Donald Trump once said: "Keep focused on your goal and never give up. Besides, bad times bring great opportunities." Read More.
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China's nuclear 'breakout' funded in part by BlackRock
BlackRock, the Wall Street firm which manages the retirement assets of millions of Americans, is heavily invested in China’s nuclear weapons buildup as well as multiple Chinese military-linked firms, according to a think tank’s shocking report to Congress. Read More.
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'Sex is biological,' according to Britain's National Health Service
The transgender movement over the past two months has been hit with a double whammy by Great Britain's National Health Service (NHS). Read More.
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Author: United Nations eyeing largest-ever global power grab
This September, the United Nations will hold what it is calling "The Summit of the Future". The goal? "They want control of every aspect of your life." Read More.
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South Korea warns: Regime termination if North uses nukes
If it attempts to use nuclear weapons, North Korea will see the end of its regime, South Korea’s Defense Ministry warned on April 23 after the North said it had conducted rocket drills simulating a nuclear counterattack. Read More.

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