October 21, 2020

Geopolitics

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Defector describes 'loveless' North Korean hell
North Koreans are not allowed to have friendships or express love. Everyone is only a "comrade." Citizens are required to reserve their devotion for the country's supreme leaders who are venerated not as authority figures but as gods. Read More.
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CCP demands Tibetan Buddhists adapt to 'Chinese context'
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping is seeking to destroy Tibet's unique national identity by demanding Buddhists comply with the Chinese Communist Party's political mandates, the leaders of Tibet's India-based government in exile said. Read More.
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Biden's foreign policy adviser: 'Above the fray' or 'Deep Stater?'
An examination of the circles this Deep State apparatchik inhabits reveals not only his staunch globalist ties, but the decidedly radical leftist policy goals his elitist network is pursuing. Read More.
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Rogue state web: Iran , China developing Internet system
An Iranian lawmaker says Teheran and Beijing will work together to create a national Internet for Iran as part of a 25-year partnership agreement they are discussing. Read More.
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Pentagon annual report: China now has world’s largest navy
China now has the largest navy in the world, is on track to double its stockpile of nuclear warheads and intends to expand foreign military bases capable of attacking the United States, the Pentagon said. Read More.
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Amnesty International: Iran killed hundreds in 2019 uprising
Amnesty International has accused Iran of committing “a catalogue of shocking human rights violations” against those detained in connection with the November 2019 anti-establishment protests, including children as young as 10. Read More.
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Taiwan shows Chinese their essence as its U.S. ties blossom
For China residents, a visit to Taiwan was a reminder that no one person, no one party, can monopolize the minds and thoughts of all ethnic Chinese people. Read More.
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CCP wins seat on International Tribunal for Law on the Sea
Communist China, which has a long track record of violating laws of the sea, now has a seat on a tribunal which settles international disputes on the sea. Read More.
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China's proposed Ukraine deal prompts Pompeo-Zelenskiy call
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has spoken with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy about U.S. concerns over China’s attempt to purchase a Ukrainian engine manufacturer, the State Department said on Aug. 29. Read More.
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Putin issues warning on post-election protests in Belarus
Russian President Vladimir Putin has praised Minsk's response to post-election protests — claiming after he announced Moscow's preparations to bolster President Alyaksandr Lukashenka's regime with Russian security forces that the Kremlin is more "neutral" on the Belarusian crisis than the United States or the European Union. Read More.
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Unthinkable? Boat people from Hong Kong arrested
Chinese communist authorities arrested 12 Hong Kong residents who were attempting to sail to Taiwan to apply for political asylum, Hong Kong media reported. Read More.
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‘Standing with terrorists’: U.S. pushes UN on Iran sanctions
The U.S. called out members of the UN Security Council who "find themselves standing with terrorists" after the Council rejected Washington's push to trigger a return of all UN sanctions on Iran. Read More.
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Military exercise reveals floating ramps for Taiwan invasion
The People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) invasion strategy for Taiwan relies heavily on the mobilization of large civilian transport ships that would move the bulk of the troops and supporting armor and logistic supplies, to put enough forces on the island democracy to force its surrender or defeat. Read More.
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Editor: Never-Trumpers' foreign policy record pales in comparison
Democrats, RINOs and Republican never-Trumpers want their foreign policy back. Read More.
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Seoul blames church for virus outbreak, demonstrations
A church in Seoul which has been a gathering place for conservatives and whose pastor openly criticizes leftist President Moon Jae-In was raided by police on Friday after Moon's government accused the church of being the epicenter of a recent covid outbreak, reports say. Read More.

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