January 15, 2021

Geopolitics

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One-party rule in South Korea shocks U.S. congressman
Americans need only look at what is transpiring in South Korea to see what happens when one party rule is instituted following a disputed election, analysts say. Read More.
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S. Korea moved to axe counterintel following election
South Korean leftist president Moon Jae-In and his ruling Democratic Party are close to achieving a long-desired goal of dismantling the country’s counterintelligence capability. Read More.
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Trump secures peace deal between Israel and Morocco
Morocco has announced it is joining the Trump Administration's Abraham Accords, becoming the fourth Arab nation to agree to normalize ties with Israel in the last four months. Read More.
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China hits Biden with influence campaign ‘on steroids’
China has launched what amounts to an influence campaign “on steroids” targeting Joe Biden’s potential cabinet. Read More.
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China cashing in on U.S. pension funds: State Dept.
Some of the pension assets of American workers and retirees are being funneled to companies tied to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to the U.S. State Department. Read More.
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Brennan hints Trump behind killing of Iranian nuke scientist
Iran has accused Israel of directing the death of senior Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, calling the incident an act of "state terrorism." But the assassination signals a more significant geopolitical fissure. Read More.
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China sociologist: 'We are driving America to its death'
Chinese sociologist Dr. Li Yi, in an October address in Shenzhen, said: “As long as 1.4 billion Chinese people eat, sleep, defecate, and urinate every day, as long as we go to work every day, we will drive the U.S. to its death.” Read More.
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Trump maintains tough China policy; Kissinger seeks appeasement
Earlier this month, U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order barring U.S. financial investment in Chinese companies linked to the People’s Liberation Army. Read More.
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Witness: How Chavez stole the 2004 election in Venezuela
One of the leading opposition voices against the socialist regime in Venezuela has detailed how dictator Hugo Chavez in 2004 put in place a voting system to rig the country's elections in the socialists' favor. Read More.
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Guatemalans fed up with government, burn Congress
Angry protesters who say they have had enough of what they call a series of corrupt government policies broke into Guatemala’s Congress and burned part of the building on Saturday. Read More.
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'We are the people': Berlin police beat anti-lockdown protesters
As they say, the last check on tyranny is civil disobedience. In Germany, police in riot gear fired water cannons in an attempt to disperse thousands of protesters fed up with the government's highly restrictive covid lockdown and outraged at a new law that was pushed through with unprecedented speed — one day. Read More.
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New signs of Chinese nuclear weapon buildup: State Dept.
In the early to mid-2010s as the People’s Liberation Army Second Artillery, called the PLA Rocket Force after 2015, was clearly developing new and more varied intercontinental range missiles, some analysts and arms control experts held that this was not evidence per se that China was expanding its nuclear missile forces. Read More.
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China aims for ‘globe-spanning universal society’: State Dept.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has combined its brand of Marxism-Leninism and extreme nationalism to pursue a goal of maintaining absolute power at home while instituting a global socialist order, said a report by the policy planning staff at the U.S. State Department. Read More.
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China expels pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong
In its intent to crush all opposition, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) last week forced the expulsion of four pro-democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong. Read More.
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U.S. official: Pax Sinica would require Americans' obedience
An aggressive and intrusive Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “not only rejects our democratic political principles, but it sees them as a prime vulnerability that it can exploit,” the U.S. assistant secretary of state for East Asia and Pacific affairs said in a recent speech. Read More.

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