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Share Time to reflect over school safety
2012-12-24 14:27
2012-12-17 16:35 December 14, 2012 was a sad day for the world. A young man in a small US town in Connecticut killed 28 people including his own mother with four weapons. On the same day on the opposite side of the globe, a 36-year-old man injured 22 school children with a knife in Guangshan County, Henan Province, China. When President Obama mourned the victims of this tragic event in the US with tears in his eyes, he admitted this kind of tragic event happened too often, listing all t ...
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Share Libya conference: Implications for Third World nations
2012-12-24 14:25
David Cameron, the prime minister of Great Britain, and Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of France, the leaders of the two greatest former colonial empires, hosted a high-level summit in Paris in an effort to welcome Libyan rebels into the diplomatic fold, which they hope would put the last nail in the fate of Muammar Gadhafi's Libya. The conference was held on a date when Muammar Gadhafi would have celebrated his 40th anniversary in power. In a way, the former colonial masters finally got ba ...
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Share Palestinian state: a step toward peace in Middle East
2012-12-24 14:24
Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority, in a televised speech delivered from his headquarters in Ramallah in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, said on Friday that he would seek a Palestinian statehood in front of the UN Security Council next week. This move, strongly opposed by the US and Israel, is likely to gather overwhelming support from the international community. The Israeli and Palestinian conflict is one of the most divisive issues of the contemporary world. It is a le ...
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Share Japan stands to lose if Diaoyu row escalates
2012-12-24 14:23
The dispute over the Diaoyu Islands has a great deal of history behind it. It reminds the Chinese people of the past aggression brought against it by the Japanese military state. Therefore, it is easy to see why there have been so many demonstrations among Chinese communities worldwide against Japanese efforts to claim these islands. These islands have belonged to China for several hundred years up until 1894. On July 26, 1945 as World War II drew to its end, China together with its allies ...
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Share Arab Spring is now US awakening
2012-12-24 14:14
2012-09-19 11:49 Last week, the world witnessed the largest anti-US protests that have occurred in recent memory. US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and his bodyguards were killed when protestors attacked the American consulate in Benghazi, where not long ago, according to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, he was sent to play an important role in coordinating the rebels'efforts in overthrowing Gadhafi, who ruled Libya for over forty years. On the surface, this round of protest ...
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Share Sandy's lesson for the world
2012-12-24 14:11
2012-11-07 11:25 On October 29,, Sandy, the so called perfect storm, struck the east coast of the United States, spanning from North Carolina in the south all the way to Connecticut in the North, affecting some 15 states. Two days after the storm, according to the NBC nightly news report, many people were still without power and out of food, particularly in the poor regions of the city. The economic loss caused by the storm is estimated to be in the billions. President Obama said on ...
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Share Obama's potential opportunities for peace
2012-12-24 14:08
2012-11-23 21:30 In the wake of his successful reelection campaign, President Obama embarked on his trip to South East Asia to attend the Summit of the Association of South East Asian Nations held in Cambodia. Along the way, he visited Thailand, an important ally of the US and also became the first American president in history to visit Myanmar and Cambodia. The Obama Administration has stated that a return to Asia would be the focus of its foreign policy for some time now. Most worl ...
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Share New generation of Chinese leaders revive Chinese dream
2012-12-24 14:06
2012-12-07 15:52 The 18th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party has ushered in a new generation of Chinese leaders, who grew up, and were even born, after the Chinese People's Republic was founded in 1949. A couple days ago, Xi Jinping, the new general Party secretary, took this team of leaders to visit an exhibit on China's development trajectory of the past 170 years. After the visit, Xi Jinping elaborated on the Chinese dream of reestablishing China's place in the world o ...
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Share DPRK has right to launch its satellite
2012-12-24 14:00
2012-12-18 19:57 The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)has successfully launched its satellite into orbit - a great technical advance for the DPRK people. Understandably, theDPRK government and its people have been celebrating their success dancing in the streets at night. Their celebration reminded me of the time when China launched its first Satellite on April 20, 1970. I was a teenager in a Chinese village at the time, and I followed ...
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  • The U.S. Dare Not to Invade the Venezuela despite All the Talk 2019-2-24 10:30

    The US attempt at subversion at Venezuela has set a very bad example. What it has long touted, namely, electoral democracy, is something the US would not hesitate to trample if it serves its own purposes.

  • The U.S. Dare Not to Invade the Venezuela despite All the Talk 2019-2-18 17:51

    Why would so many people from Venezuela seek to become "exodus" refugees in USA instead of going over to the side of their nation's supposed "enemy" ? Why don't they stay at home and defend their country against the nasty USA rather than seeking to join the alleged "invader" ? Where is the loyalty, the patriotism, the honour of the "ordinary citizens" of Venezuela ?

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