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Observations of an Expat: China Goes Big Bang

There are certain reasons for China wanting to go Big Bang. One is American success in constructing an effective anti-ballistic…

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Liberian VP Jewel Howard-Taylor, others to receive CAJ Leadership and Achievers Award 2021

Liberia’s Vice President is a grassroots politician, strong advocate of good governance, multiparty democracy, freedom of speech and a Campaigner…

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Observations of an Expat: The Filipino Monster and Justice

Popular among the masses, Duterte is known for killing thousands of criminals and drug peddlers during his tenure as Mayor…

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Lockdown returns, most streets in Dhaka fall silent

The lockdown restrictions came into force at 8am today (July 23) and will continue till August 5 midnight Dhaka, Bangladesh:…

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What Is Going On in the Areas Under the Domination of Taliban?

In Afghanistan under the control of the Taliban, there is no democracy, no freedom of expression, and no freedom of…

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Palestinians’ online resistance against Israeli occupation

The watermelon has long been a symbol of Palestinian resistance, as have keys, symbolizing the right of return for Palestinian…

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Egypt may be looking for a military solution to Ethiopia dam dispute

The real issue lies in the potential building of future dams that may directly affect Egypt. If the dam is…

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Observations of an Expat: Happy Birthday CCP

Chinese have much in common with arch enemy America. They both claim to be anti-imperialist while having created contiguous empires.…

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At private prison, life isn’t so awful

The system of this prison is designed to provide high level of humanitarian behavior toward inmates; the way to evaluate…

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Observations of an Expat: A Black Russian Sea

Russia now has 45 surface ships in the region, and the number is growing. The other countries bordering the Black…

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