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New Year Greetings from the Korean antics: reunification

New Year Greetings from the Korean antics: reunification

by Vaagisha, Political Analyst, Thierry Apoteker Consulting .- Reunification is one of the most multidimensional sentiments that runs within North and South Korea, most sought after by the political and…

Containing China´s expansion: U.S. provided fast patrol boats to Vietnam.

Containing China´s expansion: U.S. provided fast patrol boats to Vietnam.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry offered harsh words for China and new maritime security assistance for Southeast Asia on Monday to bolster countries facing growing Chinese assertiveness in a…

New Zealand and Australia sharing more biometric info with U.S. Homeland Security.

New Zealand and Australia sharing more biometric info with U.S. Homeland Security.

The Homeland Security Department’s five-month-old Office of Biometric Identity Management OBIM will use a $33 million contract with Accenture to expand its international data sharing capabilities and widen its secure…

“Powerful and complex”, organized crime is costing Australia every year near 14 billion U.S. dollars.

“Powerful and complex”, organized crime is costing Australia every year near 14 billion U.S. dollars.

  In a statement made in Canberra last Tuesday , the Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said that “organized crime OC is costing Australia almost 13.86 billion U.S. dollars a…

Good bipartisan relationship (CPC & Kuomintang) clashes with DPP opposition in Taiwan.

Good bipartisan relationship (CPC & Kuomintang) clashes with DPP opposition in Taiwan.

TAIPEI: Dozens of Taiwanese pro-independence activists clashed with police during a protest Tuesday against an agreement to further open up service sector trade with PRC China as lawmakers debated the…

Insurgents boycott ceasefire between Thailand and separatist Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN).

Insurgents boycott ceasefire between Thailand and separatist Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN).

Militants in the far South of Thailand have added businesses – big and small – to their current list of targets and Thai officials and analysts agree the insurgency is…

U.S. Jugde imposed sanctions to New Zealand company for dumping oil waste into U.S. waters off American Samoa.

U.S. Jugde imposed sanctions to New Zealand company for dumping oil waste into U.S. waters off American Samoa.

U.S. District Judge Beryl A. Howell imposed a New Zealand fishing company to pay $2.4 million plus a sentence of three years of probation for dumping oil waste into U.S.…

Japan, China, U.S., increasing military tension in the Pacific.

Japan, China, U.S., increasing military tension in the Pacific.

Vast oil reserves, trillion-dollar trade routes, fervent nationalist sentiments, competing territorial claims and bitter histories – the waters off the east coast of China are a sea of money and…

Oil and gas in South China Sea produces tension between Phillipines and China

Oil and gas in South China Sea produces tension between Phillipines and China

The Philippines are set to auction off three areas in the South China Sea (Pacific Ocean) for oil and gas exploration that are also claimed by continental China. Various companies…

Hong Kong also threatened by Chinese hackers.

Hong Kong also threatened by Chinese hackers.

Security experts have warned multinationals with bases in Hong Kong that they are not immune to cyber attack from China despite the shared sovereignty between the Special Administrative Region (SAR)and…