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The Philippines decades-old foreign policy dependence on the US State Department has ended, in favor of the non-dictatorial sphere of Russia and China.
“One of the problems with the classic definitions of the Renaissance proposed is that they celebrate the achievements of European civilization to the exclusion of all others.
While incoming president Donald Trump accused China of currency manipulation, among others, during the campaign, China is offering the necessary funding and engineering know-how to build bridges of friendship in America as part of its global New Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road economic outreach programs.
Way beyond the historical archives of Marxism-Leninism suddenly being besieged by graphic, glitzy signs of conspicuous consumption, what developed on a personal level was a “real drama” (again, Putin’s words) of millions of Russians suddenly thrown out of the federation, dispersed among 12 new republics scattered across Eurasia.
To the deep consternation of the West, the Russian economy continues to grow amidst Western sanctions. Its scientific community and military sector continue to advance even after the massive plunders against the former Soviet Union.
Its agricultural sector, on the other hand, is poised to become the global superpower in terms of non-GMO food production.
Vladimir Putin virtually said this, in response to a concern raised about the “suffocating” encirclement of NATO around Russia’s border.
Only a few weeks ago, Vladimir Putin admitted that he’s too young to retire yet, and has recently expressed his unwavering opposition to any “attempts at disrupting the strategic balance around the world,” in what could be his and the Russian people’s continuing defiance to Khazarian threats worldwide.
Being a recent recipient of the Western threat of ICC “crimes against humanity” investigation and trial for his war on narcopolitics, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, of which recently Putin has signed Russia’s withdrawal from.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak visits China, barely a week of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s visit.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s week-long visit to China will start October 31. Will it mark a turning point for Malaysian foreign policy, similar to the one recently made by President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte?
It is very obvious by now that the US State Department could not contain their being shocked at the tectonic shift of the Philippine government’s foreign policy, veering away from the United States for the first time in 70 years, and into its regional neighbor, China.
In what could be a pivotal point in Southeast Asia’s history, the Duterte government is considering a joint military exercise with China, and Russia.
Humanity is now in the cusp for a massive globalwide revolution in engineering and scientific development as divisively regressive geopolitics are being shamed in the global stage, and instigations for new wars are effectively suppressed.
The ongoing G20 Summit could be the most pivotal juncture in the Eastern lead march towards global reforms as the two BRICS biggies, China and Russia, capitalize on their geopolitical gains in the Middle East.
The image seen here is a container exchange terminal sitting on desert sands, a symbol of things to come that is not covered extensively by the mainstream media.
When was the last time mutually beneficial trade agreements between the European Union and non-EU members were signed, showing true unity through mutual cooperation?
The BRICS Alliance is forcing the world away from the geopolitics of endless wars and regime change into a world of scientific progress and development.
This has been the renewed invitation of the Russian President Vladimir Putin in his welcome address to the 20th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
While the other side of the world are busy moving their guns and goons into the Russian borders, Asia is forcing peace and development no matter what it takes.
Canada used to sport very high moral standards until it allowed the supply of deadly weapons into Saudi Arabia just so the latter could kill thousands of hapless Yemeni civilians.
Now, it is intruding into another conflict it knows nothing about.
Modern warfare involves a variety of weapons that are beyond kinetic, acoustic, and economic. In fact, the most powerful in the arsenal is probably mind control programming through information warfare and multiplexed electromagnetic signal broadcast.
The tension between China and the Philippines was already easing down days prior to the G7 Summit in Japan, when one of the G7 attendees poked at China again.
The latest cliffhanger was the leak of a conversation between one of the key operators involved in the oil giant Petrobras corruption scandal and a senator and short-lived Minister of Planning in the usurper interim government currently replacing President Dilma Rousseff while she is undergoing an impeachment trial by the Senate.
Fully loaded oil tankers are anchored in ports worldwide, while solar panels are getting cheaper by the day as global competition heats up.
The global energy reset has begun.
Massive drought is now plaguing Asia, and governments are having a hard time mitigating the problem.