While Americans become increasingly preoccupied with their own domestic descent into dysfunction and political civil war, the rest of the world moves on without them. Continue reading Northeast Asia Unraveling Amid US Retreat
On April 20, in Pyongyang, the Third Plenary Meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the Worker’s Party of Korea was held “to discuss the policy issues of a new stage in line with the demand of the important historic period of the revolution’s development.” A plenary session ranks second in importance in intraparty actions after a congress, and typically is not assembled for ordinary matters. Continue reading North Korea’s “New” Course, and its Nuclear Missile Moratorium
Muammar Gaddafi wanted to shatter the dominance of the greenback in the Middle East by introducing gold-backed dinar, but failed. China has a chance to finish what she started, one industry expert has told RT. Continue reading China Can Succeed With Petro-Yuan Where Gaddafi Failed
It was highly anticipated that the assumption of Moon Jae-in in South Korea last year, would usher in a different trajectory for Korean politics and in its relationship with Japan. True enough, the recent high-level diplomatic interaction between the two Koreas left the Deep State in further isolation. Continue reading US Just Lost Asia to the BRICS
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is on an Asian tour to check the loyalty of his Asian counterparts. When he arrived in Indonesia, he was treated to a “bizarre” Special Forces martial art skills demonstration, including the live decapitation of snakes and the consumption of their blood. Unsurprisingly, he was very impressed by the unusual presentation. Continue reading DoD Secretary Mattis Didn’t Get Indonesia’s “Bizarre” Message for Him
In a sign that the US continues to lose control over Philippines’ foreign policy, “China’s foreign minister on Tuesday said he supported the idea of joint energy ventures with the Philippines in the disputed South China Sea. Continue reading China backs joint energy development with Philippines in disputed sea | Reuters
The USS Fitzgerald, a guided missile destroyer of the 7th Fleet, misguided itself into the path of the Philippine-registered Japanese container ship, manned by Filipino seamen. Said mishap occurred at about 02:30 local time on 17 June 2017, due to “fogging” off the east coast of Japan.
The seven US navy sailors missing have been confirmed dead. Continue reading US Destroyer Destroyed by Japanese Container Ship Manned by Filipino Crew
The world summit, “The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation,” hosted by China, is now less than a week off. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi yesterday gave a preview to the international media, on the attendance, agenda and key concepts of the May 14-15 event in Beijing. Continue reading Belt-and-Road Blueprint is Now a Roadmap, Cancel the British System! – LarouchePAC
Decades ago, the West criticized China for being an isolationist country. Now that it is opening its doors for healthy and peaceful collaboration with them, the West is resorting to criticism and even tries to move into a protectionist stance. Suddenly, globalism became a dirty word, and capitalist “China is just promoting its One Belt, One Road Initiative to find an open market for its industrial over capacity. ” Continue reading Six of G7 Countries Snub China’s Belt & Road Summit Due to “Dubious” Leaders
The US THAAD installation in South Korea is being threatened by the election of Moon Jae-in as president. He is also expected to reestablish fresh contacts with the leaders in North Korea, and bring South Korea into the Multipolar Century spearheaded by the BRICS. Continue reading South Korea’s New President Moon Jae-in Easing Tensions in the Korean Peninsula
Imagine that you lead the US deep state, and you are observing the real-time flow of Western technology, industry and next-generation skills to the East with alarm. How will you reverse this trend with one master stroke and temporarily staunch the decline of Pax Americana? Continue reading It is Not Just North Korea but Asia that is in US Crosshairs
We have a very hazy picture of what North Korea really is all about. All the while we’ve seen how they can afford to launch multiple ICBMs in one testing session, without really being an economic powerhouse like the case in the South. How did they survive through all these years of Western sanctions? Continue reading North Korea Revealed
The Washington DC puppet government of South Korea under Park Chung-hee has just been impeached, and local politicians are now forming alliances and blocs to facilitate their assumption to power over the country that has just been under an intensified pressure from the Pentagon to host its THAAD missile system and create an atmosphere of nuclear fear across the region. Continue reading US Puppet Park Chung-hee Impeached, NK-friendly Progressive Moon Jae-in Rising
The United States and Japan are planning to hold a military exercise together with South Korea in order to initiate another cloud of uncertainty in the region, in parallel with US beefing up of NATO forces near the Russian border. Continue reading South Korea Rejects US Pentagon Provocation vs. China
This is probably the highest number of protestors ever demanding a leader to step down, in recent memory. An estimated 1.5 million hit the streets in the capital of South Korea to demand the resignation of the US puppet President Park Geun-hye.