Russia Stands Against Multiple Countries for Over 600 Days: How Is It Holding Up?

Russia’s ability to sustain over 600 days of conflict with Ukraine, despite international opposition, is attributed to its robust military industry inherited from the Soviet Union and substantial munitions production. Economic cooperation with major countries bolsters Russia’s financial capacity to continue its military efforts independently.

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Is South Korea Backstabbing China? Just After Resuming Graphite Exports to Korea, China Faces a Korean Investigation

South Korea’s recent move to investigate Chinese companies in the battery sector, following China’s resumption of graphite exports, indicates growing tensions between the two nations. This action, seen as ungrateful by China, might lead to a strategic shift in China‚Äôs approach towards South Korea, from diplomatic engagement to a more assertive stance.

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Malaysia’s High-Speed Rail Dilemma: Japan Withdraws from Bidding, Unwilling to Be the ‘Fall Guy’ Anymore

Japan withdraws from bidding for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail project amid concerns over financing and risks. The project, initially contracted to China and later halted by Malaysia for political reasons, faces uncertainties as Malaysia seeks private financing. Japan’s decision reflects its cautious approach following previous international railway project challenges.

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After Routine Patrol by Chinese PLA, Philippines Changes Stance, US Also Treads Cautiously

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) conducts a routine patrol in the South China Sea, leading to a noticeable shift in the Philippines’ stance and a more cautious approach by the United States. The joint US-Philippines patrol faced adjustments and reductions, indicating a potential influence of China’s military presence in the region. This event underscores China’s assertive position in the South China Sea and the strategic implications for regional dynamics.

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Houthi Warnings Effective! US Military Launches Airstrikes from Aircraft Carrier, Avoids Using Middle Eastern Bases

The US and UK have launched airstrikes on Yemen, notably avoiding the use of airbases in Middle Eastern Arab countries. This strategic decision seems influenced by Houthi warnings and concerns over potential retaliatory missile attacks on these bases. The approach indicates a possible shift in US military strategy, prioritizing aircraft carrier-based operations in regional conflicts to minimize direct involvement of regional allies, reflecting a dynamic and situation-dependent military strategy.

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Legal Documents Reveal: 20-Year-Old Russian Supermodel Who Died Falling from a Building, Visited Epstein’s ‘Lolita Island’ Before Her Death

The release of sealed documents related to American financier Jeffrey Epstein has revealed the involvement of various Western elites and celebrities, including the case of Russian supermodel Ruslana Korshunova, who died in 2008 after falling from a building. The documents disclose her visit to Epstein’s notorious private island in the Caribbean, known as “Lolita Island,” infamous for the sexual exploitation of underage girls. The connection between Korshunova’s death and her visit to Epstein’s island remains unclear. With more documents related to the Epstein case set to be released, high-profile names, including those of Clinton and Prince Andrew, are expected to be revealed, shedding light on the wider implications of the scandal.

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France Welcomes Its Youngest-Ever Prime Minister

This article reports on the appointment of France’s youngest-ever Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, at the age of 34. Previously serving as the Minister of Education, Attal is popular in France for his clear-headedness and authority. The article contrasts the advantages and challenges of young versus older politicians, while exploring the significance of age, experience, and gender in politics. Additionally, it discusses the trends of political correctness in Western countries and China’s distinct approach to social issues.

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