July 10, 2020

Geopolitics

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Never let a virus go to waste: Cameras zoom in on homes
Even before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ran one of the most sophisticated and intrusive police states in the world. Its high-tech surveillance systems employ advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) to process and analyze massive amounts of data collected from various technologies. Read More.
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Article by CCP strategist focuses on U.S. 'China experts'
China has largely managed to convince all U.S. administrations from Richard Nixon through Barack Obama to slight American interests over those of China. Read More.
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3,600 Iranians arrested for spreading wrong coronavirus facts
A spokesman for Iran's armed forces says 3,600 people have been arrested in the country for spreading rumors regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Read More.
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Report: Chinese source says Kim is alive, bodyguard sick
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un is not dead, but went into seclusion after at least one of his bodyguards tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus, South Korea's JoongAng Daily (KJD) reported on Sunday, citing a Chinese source "familiar with North Korean affairs." Read More.
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Arab states in video summit as Israel set te extend sovereignty
The Arab League has scheduled an urgent conference to forge a plan to confront Israel's plans to apply sovereignty to parts of Judea and Samaria. Read More.
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Bill Gates comments trumpeted by China's propaganda, media
China is widely-considered now to be responsible for infecting the world with coronavirus. Therefore the communist country is the reason America is on lockdown and tens of millions are out of work. Read More.
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New dual-use export restrictions target China, Russia, Venezuela
The Trump administration announced on April 27 new export control actions aimed at preventing efforts by entities in China, Russia, and Venezuela from acquiring U.S. technology for commercial purposes and then diverting the technology for military use. Read More.
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U.S. opts out of WHO’s 'landmark' vaccine collaboration
The United States said it will not participate in the World Health Organization (WHO) global initiative to speed the development, production and distribution of coronavirus drugs and vaccines. Read More.
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China specialist warns U.S. must close growing 'strategic gap'
There is a high level of concern among U.S. officials that China may be preparing to resume nuclear testing, an analyst noted. Read More.
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Poll: China’s propaganda not persuading Americans
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is engaged in a massive propaganda campaign aimed at deflecting criticism over its coronavirus negligence. It has not convinced Americans, who widely blame China for the devastation the virus has caused. Read More.
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Flurry of Trump-Putin calls prompted by oil crisis
On March 30, Russian leader Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump spoke by telephone, the first of five calls between the two over the next five weeks, a flurry of communication unprecedented during Trump's 3 1/2 years in office. Read More.
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China reportedly pushed text messages to terrify America
The New York Times, the same newspaper which analysts say has sought to create panic and promoted the coronavirus lockdown in the United States, is now reporting that China last month directed a campaign of fake news through social media and text messages to scare Americans about the Trump administration's plans to respond to the Wuhan coronavirus. Read More.
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Rocked by exit of U.S., Japanese firms, Xi sees 'protracted battle'
China may lose big as foreign firms relocate out of the country and move elsewhere in the aftermath of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is most concerned about the large-scale business withdrawal from U.S. and Japanese firms operating in China. Read More.
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Results coming in on Sweden's no-lockdown strategy
Sweden’s top epidemiologist said “herd immunity” to coronavirus could be reached in Stockholm within weeks. Read More.
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Trump to Navy: 'Destroy' Iranian gunboats that harass U.S. ships
U.S. President Donald Trump says he has ordered the Navy to attack and destroy any Iranian vessel that harasses U.S. ships after Iranian ships appeared to harass U.S. vessels last week in the Persian Gulf. Read More.

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