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Thai Junta Chief To Be Prime Minister, Continue Big Projects

As expected, the interim Parliament appointed by the Junta which took power in May, has elected Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, the head of the junta, to be the Prime Minister, under a newly adopted Constitution, until the elections which are to … 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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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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Fortune Times: LaRouche On Kra Canal Project

The following is a written interview with Lyndon LaRouche regarding his role in efforts to construct the Kra Canal in southern Thailand, conducted by the Chinese language journal Fortune Times, based in Singapore and circulated mainly in Singapore, Indonesia, and … Continue reading

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Construction of Key Myanmar Link on the New Silk Road To Begin

Construction on two key portions of the high-speed rail link between China and Myanmar, and ultimately to India, begins this June, China Daily reported. The route passes through some of the world’s most difficult country. “The Gaoligong Mountain Rail Tunnel … Continue reading

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NGO’s Mobilize To Support Uighur Dissidents

The PEN American Center, the association of writers which supports what it calls persecuted writers who are imprisoned for their political actions, has granted its 2014 “PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award” to Ilham Tohti, the Uighur dissident in Beijing … 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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