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China Intention Succeeds at the G20

The Chinese intention for the September 4-5 G20 was spelled out in detail over the past months — to unite the world behind fundamental principles, acknowledging the mounting dysfunction of the existing global economic and financial structure and institutions, and … Continue reading

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Is Japan Really Going to Do This?

Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in Russia at the Russian President’s invitation, Sochi May 6, 2016. Photo: kremlin.ru   DOWNLOAD PDF A phase-shift of enormous dimensions is underway in Asia. A marker is the May 19-20 Russia-ASEAN summit in Sochi, Russia, … Continue reading

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Obama’s Swan Song for ASEAN—Worse Than a Lame Duck

Obama brought leaders of the ten ASEAN nations to Sunnylands, California, for a two-day Summit starting Monday. The build-up for the event hyped the urgency that ASEAN speak with a common voice against China’s “bullying” and “aggression” in the South … Continue reading

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Obama Has Been Weakened by Putin—Americans Must Remove Him Or Face World War

The flanking operation by Vladimir Putin in Syria, which has exposed the British/Saudi axis behind the terrorist networks across the region, has so weakened the British puppet Obama that only the fear and cowardice of the American people, and of … Continue reading

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We Need a New, Inclusive World Security Architecture

We Need a New, Inclusive World Security Architecture by Helga Zepp-LaRouche In the referendum on the independence of Scotland, London once again got its way, by the skin of its teeth—at least for the time being—thanks to a massive campaign … Continue reading

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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov: BRICS Moves Ahead with Economic & Political Agenda Ignored by West

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told International Affairs Magazine Thursday that the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is expanding its work in both the political and economic spheres—finance, science, technology, and agriculture, and had, as well, … Continue reading

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Asean Happy To Cooperate For Development, But Shuns Confrontation At Japan Summit

The ten South East Asian countries of ASEAN held the 40th annual summit with Japan this weekend, and showed themselves very eager to cooperate with Japan for development of their regions, but paid only the mildest lip service to Japanese … Continue reading

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‘The Diplomat’ Covers Kra Canal and LaRouche Role

The Diplomat, a prominent Japan-based online journal on Asia-Pacific affairs, published an article by its Associate Editor, Ankit Panda, titled “How the Kra Canal Could Transform Southeast Asia,” which featured LaRouche’s role in reviving the concept, and endorsing it for … Continue reading

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