What Will the Strengthening of Cooperation between China and Bangladesh Lead to?
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What Will the Strengthening of Cooperation between China and Bangladesh Lead to?

On April 28, 2021, President Abdul Hamid and Colonel General Wei Fenghe, member of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China and Minister of Defense, met in Dhaka, capital city of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Representatives of the two states agreed to develop the existing cooperation in the military sphere. Today, China…

The Economic Aspects of a Trade War between Japan and Korea
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The Economic Aspects of a Trade War between Japan and Korea

On 4 July 2020, it will be exactly one year since Japan introduced export restrictions on South Korea on three types of chemicals critical for the microelectronics industry: fluorinated polyimide, hydrogen fluoride, and photoresists. South Korea called that step the start of a trade war. We should recall the essence of the issue: Japan highlights…

EU Is Showing Its ‘Cracks’ Already as Boris Now Shows It the Whip on Trade Deal
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EU Is Showing Its ‘Cracks’ Already as Boris Now Shows It the Whip on Trade Deal

The delusional views of diehard federalists in Brussels are probably going to be responsible for the EU itself falling on its own sword. When BBC pro-EU journalists have to admit the reality, Brussels should take heed and get rid of Guy Verhofstadt. The last time anything quite so sensational happened in the EU, was on…

U.S. Efforts to Force Iran Out of European Energy Markets Has Failed
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U.S. Efforts to Force Iran Out of European Energy Markets Has Failed

Despite the European Union attempts to save the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which saw Iran reduce its low-enriched uranium by 98% and eliminate its stockpile of medium-enriched uranium in return for economic relief, JCPOA is hanging by a thread because of Washington’s withdrawal from the deal in October 2017. The European Statistical Office revealed…