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Iran’s economy implodes; U.S. insists arms embargo stay in place

Written by James Murphy The combination of crippling U.S. sanctions and the devastating coronavirus outbreak have caused Iran’s economy to crash, reports say. U.S. sanctions on the Islamic Republic’s energy industry have taken the heaviest toll. Iran currently sells less than 200,000 barrels of crude…

North Korea threatens to send troops into the demilitarized zone

Written by Ramy Inocencio The Kim Jong Un regime is threatening to send troops into the demilitarized zone that separates North Korea and South Korea after demolishing the building that served as a diplomatic mission between the rivals. Over the past week, Pyongyang has vented…

North Korea cuts communication channels with South as tension mounts

Written by Alexsandra Brown North Korea said it was cutting off all communication channels with South Korea Tuesday as it escalated its pressure on the South for failing to stop activists from floating anti-Pyongyang leaflets across their tense border. In response, South Korea’s liberal government,…

Britain must back Australia in its fight against China

Written by Stephen Daisley China is a bully and the sooner the West understands that, the sooner we can begin to push back. Beijing has banned beef imports from four Australian abattoirs and slapped tariffs of up to 80 per cent on the country’s barley…

WHO FORCES LUKASHENKO TO TAKE STRAUS’S POSITION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

While all European countries have closed their borders due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the population of these countries is under home quarantine, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is evading large-scale restrictive measures to counter coronavirus. The reason for this short-sighted behavior of Alexander Lukashenko lies…

A German court has plunged the eurozone into fresh crisis

Written by Matthew Lynn An epidemic has been raging across the continent. The economy is in lockdown, and GDP is in freefall. But, hey, just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse in the eurozone it now has a financial and currency crisis as…

THE PAIN OF DIVIDED NATION

A more detailed version of the film, shot together with my students 5 years ago. Subtitles in English were made for one European film festival dedicated to upholding violated human rights. Of course, the film was not seen at all and was not marked by…