Asia

Trade War: China puts Retaliatory Tariffs on US Products

Beijing (GPA) – The new tariffs are a sign that China is prepared for Trump’s trade war despite not wanting it. In the weeks following several changes in US trade policy aimed at China such as new tariffs on steel imports (which only affect .01% of China’s GDP) and an attack on solar panels (a market where […]

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Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un Meet in Beijing

Beijing (GPA) – Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke with Kim Jong Un in a surprise meeting that took place in Beijing yesterday. In his first trip abroad Kim Jong Un, leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) paid a surprise visit to Beijing in preparation for upcoming negotiations with South Korea and the […]

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The Bloody History of John Bolton: A Legacy of War

Washington (GPA) – Infamous war-hawk John Bolton has been tapped to be the next National Security Adviser for the Trump Regime. Here’s why the world should worry. US President Donald Trump announced last week that he’d be replacing his National Security Adviser, General H.R. McMaster – a hawk; but a pragmatic hawk – with notorious bloodthirsty lunatic, John Bolton. Bolton […]

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The DPRK’s Nuclear Deterrent made Diplomacy Possible, not Trump

Pyongyang (GPA) – Contrary to what the US media may be telling you; make no mistake, it is the DPRK’s nuclear deterrent that forced Washington to the negotiation tables. Here is a fun hypothetical scenario: Suppose a country opposed by the US is accused of having weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) including nuclear weapons. Let’s say for the sake […]

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Moon Jae In Urges US Moderation as The DPRK Signals Willingness to Negotiate

Pyongyang (GPA) – South Korean President Moon Jae In is attempting to convince the Trump Regime to be more open to talks with The DPRK (North Korea) following continued statements from Pyongyang signaling a potential opportunity for diplomacy. Moon Jae In Finally Listens to Pyongyang After slightly more than a year of choosing to ignore official statements from Pyongyang and opting to just […]

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Korean Leaders Assert Peace at Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony

Pyongyang (TeleSUR) – The reconciliation process between the Koreas was symbolized during the Winter Olympics closing ceremony, despite increasing sanctions by the U.S. The closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics Games in Pyeongchang boosted the reconciliation process in the Korean peninsula through a portrayal of their traditional arts, despite continuing attacks and hostility from the United States. The closing ceremony was attended […]

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After 3 Years of Neutrality, Pakistan Will Send Troops to Yemen

Islamabad (GPA) – After remaining neutral and declining involvement for the past three years, Pakistan will send troops to Yemen to fight on behalf of the Saudi invaders. Pakistan’s defense minister, Khurram Dastigir, spoke to the Senate on Monday. He said 1,000 Pakistani troops would join the Saudi-led war against Yemen. Dastigir claimed the forces would […]

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Afghan Civilians Keep Paying the Price for the “War on Terror”

Kabul (AHT) – One of the stated objectives of coalition forces led by the U.S. to invade Afghanistan in 2001 was to overthrow the Taliban from power and help Afghans form a democratic and relatively stable government. The main objective of getting rid of the extremist group – the Taliban, was to defeat terrorism spearheaded […]

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US Media Turn to ‘Superhero’ Pence to Combat Korean Olympic Peace Threat

Pyongyang (FAIR) – North Korea, like virtually every country on earth, is using the Olympics this week as an opportunity for political theater, and this has greatly upset many in US media. Ostensibly this is because North Korea, marching with South Korea in the opening ceremonies and sending a squadron of cheerleaders to the Winter Games, is […]

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As Wall Street Sinks Global Markets, China’s Policies Build Independence & Immunity

Beijing (MPN) – China has been faced with — and continued to grow throughout — a previous U.S.-triggered global recession just under a decade ago. While the current condition of the markets is nothing like the end of 2008, there is still the same fear in the West that China is somehow on the brink of catastrophe. The […]

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