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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vowed to bolster Japan’s Self-Defense Force to cope with security threats posed by China and North Korea, renewing his pledge to consider “all options,” including acquiring enemy base strike capability. Japan’s security situation has been rapidly changing, Kishida said...
In his first trip to Africa, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken signed a $2.1 billion assistance agreement with Nigeria to support health care, education, agriculture, and good governance. But a small-town Baptist preacher told him in a Nov. 19 private meeting that...
Beijing wants to be in the 'driver’s seat' and is taking issue with Taiwan Both Beijing and Moscow are blocking a U.S. proposal to host an upcoming meeting of Asian leaders, a diplomatic source told The Epoch Times in an exclusive interview on Nov....
Bolivian President Luis Arce has announced the repeal of a controversial law that had sparked large public demonstrations and a voluntary economic shutdown since Nov. 8. On paper, the law targeted illicit earnings and the financing of terrorism by allowing the government...
Nearly 200 countries attending the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland, agreed on a global climate deal on Nov. 13, following last-minute changes pushed by China and India that watered down language about the use of coal power. After two weeks of...
Religious freedom advocates in Washington are protesting the Nov. 4 jailing of Epoch Times reporter Luka Binniyat, who has been at the forefront of reporting the atrocities against Nigerian Christians. “This is an alarming development. If a journalist, reporting on the...
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has confirmed that leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies (G20) have endorsed a “historic agreement” on new international tax rules, including a global minimum corporate tax. A senior White House official told reporters on Friday that...
As many as 17 American missionaries, including women and children, were reportedly kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend, according to a message sent to several religious missions. The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage when the incident occurred,...
The assassination of Sir David Amess, member of Parliament, by a Somali national brings to light the danger that not just Britain but also the United States face from unregulated immigration. Peter Navarro explains: “The Amess things is the tip...
A British Conservative MP has died after being stabbed multiple times on Friday when meeting members of the public in his constituency. Sir David Amess, 69, who represented Southend West in Essex, was fatally attacked at Belfairs Methodist Church in...
Veteran Middle East and Asia correspondent Donald Kirk says the “Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act,” recently proposed to Congress, could represent anything but peace for South Korea. North Korea would only agree to officially ending the Korean War on condition...
BEIRUT — Lebanon's electricity network collapsed on Saturday after the two most important power stations ran out of fuel, leaving private generators as the only source of power. The state-owned electricity company has been providing citizens with just a few...
The next several decades could see more periods of energy-driven inflation, fuel shortages and lost economic growth as electricity supplies are left vulnerable to shocks. The world is living through the first major energy crisis of the clean-power transition. It...
These people who are selling Americans out The bosses of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, BlackRock and Blackstone will be among the world’s top financiers attending a green summit that UK ministers want to generate billions of pounds of investment for Britain. More...