The hotlines that previously linked both nations continue to remain out of use since early June following the anti-Pyongyang leaflet incidents. On Tuesday June 7th,
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On Friday, July 3rd, the South Korean leader nominated new candidates to adopt the roles of chiefs of national security, intelligence and unification in attempts
The Pentagon has released a report contradicting the statements made by anonymous sources claiming that Russia was working alongside the Taliban. On June 26 the
Russian resident Vladimir Putin will have the possibility of extending his rule until 2036 After a weeklong voting period, the polls finally closed on Wednesday,
Despite several attempts of coercion by foreign actors, the much-anticipated national security law was approved in Beijing on Tuesday, June 30th. Following the passing of
On Friday, the US took action against China in attempts to compel Beijing to reconsider the passing of the national security law. In a public
Since the clash that took place last week, both parties have strengthened their military capabilities in the region of Ladakh. Satellite images provided by tech-company
In a briefing at the Japanese Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo, the defence minister, Taro Kono, spoke out on the “strange” actions of the North
On behalf of several UN independent experts, the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commission released a statement today in Geneva denouncing China’s
The US Defense Department (DoD) has claimed that 20 top Chinese firms, including Huawei, are either owned by or backed by the Chinese military. The
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