Tag: Asia

china’s-economy,-technology,-and-military-is-racing-past-the-west:-jeff-j.-brown-explains
03

Feb
2021

China’s economy, technology, and military is racing past the West: Jeff J. Brown explainsChina’s economy, technology, and military is racing past the West: Jeff J. Brown explains

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The administration of former US President Donald Trump, escalated tensions with Beijing to the highest level in recent history in all aspects: economy, technology and military. Global security depends on a stable relationship between the two superpowers. Steven Sahiounie of MidEastDiscourse reached out to China expert, Jeff J. Brown for some […]

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mr.-pashinyan-and-his-entourage
18

Sep
2020

Mr. Pashinyan and his entourageMr. Pashinyan and his entourage

Two years ago the political regime in Armenia was changed as a result of protest actions. Among the reasons for the protests in 2018 were: corruption, low living standards, high unemployment, Serzh Sargsyan’s ineffective leadership of the country as President of Armenia and his subsequent promotion to the post of Prime Minister. The so-called “Velvet […]

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real-cold-war-is-yet-to-come.-billions-are-set-aside-for-global-collapse
15

Mar
2020

Real cold war is yet to come. Billions are set aside for global collapseReal cold war is yet to come. Billions are set aside for global collapse

Recently, the world said goodbye to the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles. This hardly contributed to stability. Now another important document is at stake – START III. This agreement between the United States and Russia regulated the reduction of strategic offensive weapons. In less than a year, its action will cease, […]

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russia’s-skilled-balancing-in-asia-and-elsewhere
24

Jan
2020

Russia’s skilled balancing in Asia and elsewhereRussia’s skilled balancing in Asia and elsewhere

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Padraig McGrath, political analyst… During a parliamentary debate on January 22nd, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stated that 2019 had seen Russian-Japanese cooperative relations reach an “unprecedented” depth. He alluded to the implementation of joint economic projects in the formally disputed Southern Kuril Islands, and told Yukio Edano, the leader […]

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