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“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Monday, May 1, 2017

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“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

While the new resident of the White House has been acquiring a taste for military adventures overseas, the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, visited Moscow last Thursday for his 17th talk with Vladimir Putin. But of course their normal economic agenda, intended to hammer out the final details of some painful bilateral issues, was […]

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7 Reasons Obama should forget about Crimea

By Edward LOZANSKY (USA)

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

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7 Reasons Obama should forget about Crimea

U.S. President Barack Obama is under enormous pressure from political opponents, the media and pundits to push back forcefully against President Vladimir Putin. It was Putin, after all, who not only returned Crimea to Russia but also pledged to defend Russian compatriots elsewhere in Ukraine and around the world. The current U.S. sanctions, which have blacklisted a couple dozen Russian individuals and privately owned Bank Rossiya, are […]

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Forget Pueblo, remember the 52,246 dead Americans of the Korean War

By Atul BHARDWAJ (India)

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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Forget Pueblo, remember the 52,246 dead Americans of the Korean War

In mid April, when the English protestors were celebrating the death of Margret Thatcher, singing, “Ding Dong! The Wicked Witch is Dead” – the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in Beijing, humming, ‘Pyongyang, Pyongyang! Kim Jong Un’ is damned’ – discussing with the top Chinese leadership ways to halt North Korea’s nuclear march. […]

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Why Washington Doesn’t Like Russia Exporting Gas to East Asia?

By Konstantin PENZEV (Russia)

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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Why Washington Doesn’t Like Russia Exporting Gas to East Asia?

The world is becoming more multipolar. But the United States is only one of its poles. It has a huge navy, and it is striving desperately to gain control over all of the world’s oceans and, therefore, the major cargo routes. The United States is also the world’s financial center. The US dollar functions as […]

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A Bomb in the Year of the Snake

By Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR (India)

Thursday, February 14, 2013

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A Bomb in the Year of the Snake

Everything about North Korea has to be speculative. That has been and is still the main problem. But one speculation seems to be ending, finally. It concerns China’s apparent ambivalence about North Korea’s nuclear program. Increasingly, Beijing is coming out on the ‘right side of history’. Which in turn would unleash a host of profound […]

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Korean Enigma

By Konstantin PENZEV (Russia)

Thursday, May 12, 2011

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Korean Enigma

In my opinion, there is no issue in modern-day international politics more enigmatic than North Korea’s military program—except possibly the international Masonic conspiracy and extraterrestrials in the World Government. No, I’m not claiming anything of the sort, but sometimes I’m inclined to believe that the actual masters of the White House are aliens from Sirius. […]

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The Conundrum of the South Korean Corvette (II)

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

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The Conundrum of the South Korean Corvette (II)

Alexander VORONTSOV, Oleg REVENKO (Russia) Part 1 The report on the sinking of S. Korea’s Cheonan corvette claiming that the tragedy had been caused by a torpedo fired by a N. Korean submarine caused further escalation on the Korean Peninsula. In a strongly worded address to the nation on May 24, the ROK President Lee […]

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The Conundrum of the South Korean Corvette (I)

Friday, May 28, 2010

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The Conundrum of the South Korean Corvette (I)

Oleg REVENKO, Alexander VORONTSOV (Russia) Seoul has unveiled the results of the investigation into the sinking of the Cheonan corvette in the Yellow Sea on March 26. According to the report put together by a commission of South Korean military and unnamed experts from the US, Canada, Great Britain, and Sweden, Cheonan was sunk as […]

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