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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...
Sky News contributor Catherine McGregor says another week passes with “yet more ominous signs that China is committed to dismantling the global order”. “There is no doubt that China was the state actor responsible for the cyber-attacks to which...
Cuba is accused of having adopted China-made technology systems to control and block internet access, amid reports that messaging apps and Cubans’ internet service are being blocked in the communist-ruled country after thousands of citizens took to the streets on July 11...
Much attention has been paid recently to bombshell allegations that Israeli-created spyware may have been used to target journalists, dissidents, and other enemies of the state. But the Pegasus scandal is a mere microcosm of the larger issue of...
A man inspired by ISIS has carried out a terrorist attack at a supermarket in Auckland on Friday afternoon, stabbing six people before being shot and killed by police. “This was a violent attack. It was senseless, and I am so sorry it happened,”...
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...
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 regime is shutting off the internet, says Florida Congresswoman Thousands of Cubans took to the streets on Sunday in a number of cities to protest against human rights abuses, a lack of freedom, and a worsening economic situation in...
Early in 2007, after winning a second six-year term as president, Hugo Chávez announced his plan to nationalize Venezuela’s largest telecommunications company, CANTV, hinting at wider nationalization plans to come. “All that was privatized, let it be nationalized,” announced Chávez,...
Several recent articles in the American press have labeled Taiwan the most likely place for a China-U.S. nuclear war to break out and have called for Washington to avoid such a catastrophe by withdrawing its forces from the area and making no...
After decimating Hong Kong’s free press by forcing the closure of pro-democracy outlet Apple Daily, the Chinese communist regime will face little resistance in its bid to completely take over the city, warned the newspaper’s senior executive Mark Simon. “Once you’ve let...
International rights groups are voicing concerns about Hong Kong’s dwindling freedoms after a major civil society group in the Chinese-ruled city announced on Aug. 15 to disband, amid a looming police investigation. Hong Kong’s Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF), a pro-democracy umbrella...
The leaders of Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom announced last week the formation of a new trilateral security agreement called “AUKUS.” The new security pact will oversee the development of a nuclear-powered submarine fleet in Australia and also focus...
Through a new security partnership called AUKUS, the United States and the United Kingdom will help equip Australia with a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines. Former Chinese navy colonel and military experts from Taiwan say that AUKUS is a “smart...