China Begins to Question Their Economic Ability To Withstand U.S. Trade Pressure - Bamboo Forest Too Dense For Local Panda Population... - The Last Refuge
There is an article from Bloomberg which finally concedes the obvious economic and trade dynamic within a U.S. -vs- China confrontation. The media paradigm shift is based on new statements from Chinese Ministers admitting they cannot win a trade confrontation … Continue reading →
Kim Jong-Un Executes Special Envoy To U.S. For ‘Betraying Supreme Leader,’ Reports Say
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un had his nuclear envoy to the United States executed along with several other officials who were involved in trying to secure a nuclear deal with the U.S. and ultimately failed, according to reports out of South Korea. “Kim Hyok Chol was executed in March at Mirim Airport in Pyongyang, along […]
Pakistan shoots down 2 Indian warplanes, parades captured pilot on video
Pakistan’s air force shot down two Indian warplanes Wednesday after they crossed the Kashmir border and captured a pilot, a spokesman from Pakistan told the Associated Press.
Kim Jong Un Begged The Chinese President For Early Sanctions Relief Days After Singapore Summit: Report
Kim Jong Un reportedly begged Chinese leadership to end to the crippling sanctions on his country shortly after the Singapore summit with President Trump.
Pakistan high court upholds Asia Bibi acquittal
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s highest court has upheld the acquittal of Asia Bibi, a Christian mother of five who was put on death row for eight years after being convicted of violating the nation’s blasphemy laws.
In Religious Crackdown, China Interns Millions for Re-Education - The New American
The Communist Chinese dictatorship is reportedly holding over a million Muslim Uighurs in “counter-extremism centers,” while some two to three million victims are said to be in cultural and political “re-education” camps. by Alex Newman