Ukraine’s government sent troops into its restive eastern provinces on Tuesday in a push to retake control of several cities taken over by pro-Russian separatists. Via The Foreign Bureau, WSJ’s global news update.
Remember these names. Vote these traitors out of office. If they instigate “law enforcement” into coming for guns, they will need to be forcibly removed from office. Courtesy of Prepper Chimp Here are the 46 senators who voted to give your rights to the U.N. Baldwin (D-WI) Baucus (D-MT) Bennett (D-CO) Blumenthal (D-CT) Boxer (D-CA)…
China’s top officials are paving the economic plan for the coming year at this year’s National People’s Congress. As the WSJ’s Andrew Browne explains, the huge increase in military spending sends a strong message to the rest of the world.
A new technology of defense is now available that has been scientifically shown to prevent war and create peace by harnessing the deepest level of nature’s functioning. War is ultimately a human problem requiring a human solution. Experts in the field of conflict resolution maintain that the underlying cause of war is accumulated “social stress” –…
Chinese tycoons are increasingly using overseas acquisitions to boost their status inside and outside the country. Oliver Rui of the China Europe International Business School’s Kaifeng Centre for Family Heritage tells Wei Gu what Chinese investors can achieve by purchasing high-profile Western assets.
Since protests against the government began in December, some foreign companies have shelved expansion plans in Thailand. The WSJ’s Kathy Chu tells Jake Lee which aspects of the political impasse are causing the most concern.
Kim Jong Un’s second New Year address left Korea watchers parsing his speech for policy hints. John Delury of Yonsei University tells the WSJ’s Jake Lee how analysts are interpreting his words.
North Korea’s purge of its No. 2 official is likely to raise concern about stability in the isolated country. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks to Professor Jasper Kim of Ewha University about unrest at the highest levels in Pyongyang.