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European funk: Commissioned poll finds ‘crisis of confidence’ with U.S., EU
European majorities seem troubled and deeply disillusioned over the ongoing COVID pandemic, which has turned into a crisis of confidence in the European Union, and equally stirred lingering doubts about the United States as a partner and ally. Read More.
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Nuclear leak reported near 126 million in China
A potential nuclear leak was reported on Monday at the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in China’s Guangdong Province, which is home to about 126 million people. Read More.
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Incursion by 16 Chinese PLAAF transports puts Malaysia, Southeast Asia on notice
China said it was a routine mission, but on May 31 the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) entered Malaysia’s “maritime airspace” with sixteen large transport aircraft arrayed in a tactical formation that would be used to perform a strike by Airborne troops. Read More.
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First John Cena and now Japan: China triggered by references to Taiwan as a 'country'
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga this week highlighted Australia, New Zealand, and Taiwan as countries which handled the Covid crisis well. Read More.
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The Trumping of Netanyahu? Caroline Glick’s warning about Israel’s election
The 12-year consecutive term of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's prime minister likely came to an end last week when Yesh Atid Party head Yair Lapid and Yamina Party head Naftali Bennett announced that they had secured an agreement to form Israel’s next government. Read More.
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Team Biden bans investments in Chinese firms that bankrolled Hunter
Hunter Biden isn’t the only one capitalizing on Chinese nuclear ambitions. Read More.
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China may have stealth helicopter based on U.S. tech from Bin Laden raid
On May 2, 2011 the United States carried out its famous raid that eliminated terrorist Osama Bin Laden in his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Read More.
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June 6, 1944, the largest seaborne invasion in world history 'to preserve our civilization'
On Jan. 30, 1933, Adolph Hitler was elected Chancellor of post-World War I Germany by promising hope and universal healthcare Read More.
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China Coast Guard ships enter Japan waters around Senkaku Islands for 112th consecutive day
China's Coast Guard, which is now under the direct command of the PLAN (People's Liberation Army Navy), sent four ships into Japan's contiguous zones off the Senkaku Islands on Thursday, the Japanese Coast Guard reported. Read More.
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Saluting the 'heroes of the Chinese people' at Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989
We salute the heroes of the Chinese people who bravely stood up thirty years ago in Tiananmen Square to demand their rights. Their exemplary courage has served as an inspiration to future generations calling for freedom and democracy around the world, beginning with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism in Eastern Europe in the months that followed. Read More.
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Yes China seeks hegemony: Military budgets and a ‘clear signal’ in Anchorage
Ritual denials by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders that they do not seek “hegemony,” or the power to impose their choices globally, regionally or on individual countries, is the surest indicator that they do indeed seek hegemony. Read More.
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Rights activist: China's move to 3-child policy keeps the 'womb police' in business
Reportedly in response to declining birth rates and an aging population, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on Monday announced it would allow couples to have a maximum of three children. Read More.
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U.S., China conduct war of words; Warships jostle for position near Paracels
The U.S. Navy has characterized as “false” a statement from China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) claiming that a U.S. guided-missile destroyer had been forced to withdraw from the South China Sea area near disputed islands. Read More.
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'Lab rats': China testing 'emotion detection' system on Uyghurs, report says
The communist government in China is using Muslim Uyghurs held in concentration camps as literal "lab rats" to test an "emotion detection" system designed to be used by authorities for “pre-judgement without any credible evidence,” a report said. Read More.
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Tale of 3 pipelines; Team Biden's mysterious reversal on Nord Stream followed Colonial hack
Who would imagine that pipeline politics would be a defining feature of the new Administration? Read More.

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