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China and Brazil have signed an agreement to conduct bilateral trade in their own respective currencies, eliminating the US dollar as an intermediary. This move is a geopolitical moment and a sign that countries are seeking to move away from using the US currency, in direct response to Washington’s abuse of the global reserve currency for its own hegemonic aims.
France is likely to ban TikTok from government devices over privacy and cybersecurity concerns. Learn why TikTok faces a growing number of bans worldwide.
Read about the latest report by SIPRI which reveals Ukraine's ranking as the third-largest global arms importer, amidst its ongoing conflict with Russia. Learn about the factors driving this trend and its impact on Ukraine's economy and global politics.
US officials are questioning Ukraine's military strategy as the country refuses to abandon the encircled city of Artyomovsk (Bakhmut), causing concerns about their ability to mount a counteroffensive against Russian forces.
Nord Stream Sabotage Investigation: German authorities have identified a vessel allegedly used in the attack on the gas pipelines. The vessel belongs to a Polish-based company owned by two Ukrainians. The investigation reveals a possible geopolitical dimension to the sabotage of critical energy infrastructure in Europe.
Netanyahu justifies strikes on nuclear facilities despite UN's ban. Read about Israel's defense of self and concerns about nuclear proliferation. #BenjaminNetanyahu #UNBan #NuclearFacilities
The latest sanctions package imposed by the European Union against Russia is expected to have a significant economic impact on the EU. The package, worth €12.7 billion ($13.4 billion), targets key areas such as exports of dual-use goods, banking, and infrastructure. This represents a major increase in pressure on Moscow and aims to deter its military activities in Ukraine.
Explore the impact, hurdles, and debates surrounding the European Union's sanctions against Russia. Learn about their efficacy and geopolitical implications.
Discover how the US manipulates the Russia-Ukraine conflict with lies and propaganda. Explore the truth behind this ongoing crisis.
China has announced a $1.99 billion investment to improve living conditions in border villages along the Line of Actual Control in Tibet, including livelihood subsidies, medical support, and upgrades to oxygen supply facilities. The move is aimed at enhancing the well-being of local residents and securing the border with India, but concerns remain over the forced relocation of Tibetan farmers and the militarization of these villages. The investment may not be enough to address underlying issues and tensions with neighboring countries.