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Soviet-Era Lobbyists Still Afoot In 2022’s Washington D.C.

By Duggan Flanakin An interesting new YouTube video is floating around online that indicates, despite the U.S. sanctions on Russia imposed in the wake of...
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Russian aggression in Ukraine may prompt Japan and South Korea to abandon nuclear non-proliferation...

By Cristopher Bluth The war in Ukraine called into question many of the fundamental pillars of the international order. The European security system that has...
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With Male Imperial Descendants Dwindling, Will Japan’s Leaders Finally Accept a Female Emperor?

By Masafumi Monden Princess Aiko, the only child of Japan’s Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, came of age last month as she turned 20. Despite her...
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Boris Johnson Resigns as Prime Minister – Here’s Who Could Replace Him

By Victoria Honeyman Most prime ministers would have resigned over any one of the scandals to engulf Boris Johnson’s government. Johnson, never one for tradition...
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Shinzo Abe’s Killing: The History of Political Violence in Japan

By Hugo Dobson and Kristian Magnus Hauken Our reaction upon hearing the news of the shooting of former prime minister Shinzo Abe was one of shock and...
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The Centre of International Insecurity

By Dr. Dan Steinbock Biden Administration, CNAS and WestExec: Revolving Doors, Collusion and Big Defence The Biden administration is no longer in charge of the White...

US Stagflation is a Triple-whammy by the Fed, Biden White House and the Big...

By Dan Steinbock Stagflation is no longer just a US recession threat, but global risk. It is the net effect of a triple-whammy that penalizes...

Controversies and Realities of Foreign Military Activity in Africa

By Theo Neethling Post-colonial foreign military activity on the African continent has always been a matter of controversy. In fact, foreign political involvement is often...

Why India Chose a Path of ‘Proactive Neutrality’ on Ukraine

By Swaran Singh Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, India’s refusal to condemn Russia and maintain a neutral stance has sparked many debates at home...

War, Genocide, Hundreds of Thousands of Killed Civilians, Famine, and No Water

We would like it to be just a terrible memory of the past, but unfortunately, these are the realities that take place in the...

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