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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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China Expands Strategic/Economic Partnership with Southeast Asia Nations

This weekend’s meeting of the ASEAN Foreign Ministers, which was also attended by representatives of China, India, Russia, the U.S., the EU, Japan, South Korea, and Australia, resulted in two significant advances for China’s global role. The meeting was hosted … Continue reading

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The Once and Future Arab Spring

Susan Rice plots for bringing the failed ‘arab spring’ to Asia, as the first evidence of U.S. Weapons in Syria emerges. Rebel Group Receiving U.S. Made Weapons has Obama’s Approval The videos of Syrian rebels operating U.S.-made TOW anti-tank weapons … Continue reading

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Flight 370: The Coverup Continues

All the evidence now shows that missing Malaysian Flight 370 was deliberately hijacked by some combination of pilot(s), crew, and/or passengers. In addition to the fact that the flight made a U-turn after its last communication with Malaysian air control, … Continue reading

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U.S.-Australia-Indonesia Espionage Triangle Destroys NSA Deniablity

A year-old NSA document, obtained and released by Ed Snowden, exposes yet another pattern of criminal spying on Americans. The NSA has long claimed to target international terrorism, not American individuals, and never to spy for commercial or any other … Continue reading

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Indonesia Says “No To Free Market — To Protect Its People”

Indonesia’s parliament passed into law the nation’s first trade bill that enables the government to restrict exports and imports, to protect local industries and assure local demand is met, according to Bloomberg. The law was approved at a plenary session … Continue reading

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China and South Korea Push Southeast Asia Economic Links

Chinese Premier Li Ke-qiang and Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited a Chinese high-speed railway exhibition on Saturday in Bangkok during the Chinese premier’s official visit to Thailand. The exhibition highlights the development of China’s building a nationwide high-speed rail … Continue reading

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