US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US lawmakers are not worried that the people of the Marshall Islands haven’t been properly compensated. Instead, they fear China could move in. The US is refusing to engage with the Marshall Islands on compensation for environmental and health damage...
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China Regulators Halt New Tencent Apps

China Regulators Halt New Tencent Apps

Tencent Holdings Ltd. shares in Hong Kong slid on Wednesday after Chinese regulators ordered the internet services giant based in Shenzhen to halt updating and publishing new apps. The regulator wanted to review existing apps to make sure they complied with.....
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USA vs. China

USA vs. China

In recent years, America’s unsuccessful attempts at containing China as a rival hegemon has only served to promote Chinese antipathy against American capitalism. China is now retreating into the comfort of her long-established moral values, best described a...
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America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned

America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned

America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned – No Troops Will Guard It The initial Biden plan for the complete US troop draw down from Afghanistan was to authorize a security force of some 600 Marines to guard the massive...
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Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Retired four-star general U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin became the first high-ranking official of the Biden administration to visit Vietnam. The new U.S. defense chief’s first trip to Southeast Asia was by no accident as Washington is hoping it can...
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US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable, China foreign ministry says. China says it is definitely “unacceptable and intolerable” that the US is spying on the leaders of its European allies and others around the world, stressing that Washington...
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Iran & China ink 25-year strategic partnership accord

Iran & China ink 25-year strategic partnership accord

A cooperation deal between Iran and China covering a quarter of a century has been signed in Tehran, furthering Iran’s role in the Chinese global infrastructure initiative. Both nations are being targeted by US sanctions. The landmark document was signed...
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Chinese Digital Currency Gets A Boost

Chinese Digital Currency Gets A Boost

If an official digital yuan was adopted, it would give Beijing a remarkable amount of information about what consumers are spending their money on. Last summer, the Chinese government launched a pilot program for a digital version of the yuan. The virtual c...
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U.S. occupation forces have been spotted fleeing Syria

U.S. occupation forces have been spotted fleeing Syria

Syria exit in progress. U.S. convoys seen withdrawing from northeast Syria to Iraq. The US Army withdrew a number of its vehicles and soldiers from eastern Syria towards the northern region of Iraq, while it imposed a security cordon around a...
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China Moves Away From US Dollar

China Moves Away From US Dollar

China is likely to reduce its holdings of US Treasury bonds to just under $800 billion from the current level of more than $1 trillion, according to local news outlet Global Times. A major reason for the reduced exposure is the record...
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President Xi Launches Purge Against China’s Deep State

President Xi Launches Purge Against China’s Deep State

Just days after Communist Party officials censored a prominent academic who dared to criticize the CCP and its glorious leader, Xi Jinping, more news of what appears to be a mounting purge of dissent in the aftermath of the coronavirus...
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Japan scrapped a $4.2 Billion US missile system

Japan scrapped a $4.2 Billion US missile system

Washington and Tokyo have been allies for 60 years. Both agree they’re spending too much. Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono was seething after a June 3 briefing in his office. “Why didn’t you figure that out sooner?” he snapped. Offic...
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US Signs Commitment For Mass Troop Exit From Iraq

US Signs Commitment For Mass Troop Exit From Iraq

he United States confirmed on Friday that it will discuss with the Iraqi government the status of its remaining military forces, stressing that it does not seek military bases or a permanent military presence in Iraq. According to a joint...
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US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months

US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months

Finally, after nearly 19 years warring this illegal war, US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months. The negotiators from the United States and the Taliban are meeting in Doha, Qatar to sign an accord that envisages...
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Helicopter money finally lands in Hong Kong

Helicopter money finally lands in Hong Kong

Government Gives Every Adult Citizen HK$10,000. Hong Kong just went full monetary-policy excitation. In a desperate effort to “do something” about the economic collapse that the region is suffering. Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Cha...
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