It seems that every month, if not every week, diplomatic tensions between Australia and China become progressively more strained. In recent days, tensions have come to an all-time high.
Cryptocurrencies are growing at such a rapid pace, that countries struggling with inflation are now looking to create national cryptos. For Venezuelans with quickly diminishing options, it could have had real promise.
Tensions between Australia and China have been increasing. Now China’s embassy in Canberra has issued a warning for all Chinese-born students currently living and studying in Australia.
CNN reported this week that ‘Kim Jong Un offers rare olive branch to South Korea’. But the opposite may actually be true.
We discuss Venezuela’s idea to rid the county of their currency and launch its own cryptocurrency. The consequences for international trade and relations could be huge. Could this happen?
There have been a disturbing number of ships filled with dead bodies washing up on Japanese shores. North Korea seems to have a growing list of things they need to answer to. These ‘ghost ships’ are another one.
Today’s article, originally published on 17 November, covers the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, and the permission it gives one particular man to start a Nuclear War. So the question remains, who will deal the first blow?
The prelude to war is always characterised by a massive build-up of military force. And you’ll see intensive investment into weapons research and deployment of ever more powerful ships, vehicles and aircraft.
When France succumbs to the bubble-wrapped, candy-land of political correctness, you know we’re in trouble. Last week, French president Emmanuel Macron vowed to make ‘gender-based insults’ a legal offence in France.
In 2016 the British voted in a referendum to leave the EU. One person who predicted this shock result was Samuel Tombs of Pantheon Macroeconomics. But now, he thinks Britain won’t be leaving the EU. At all.
The potential of this virtual gold mine hasn’t been lost on North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. Rumours have been swirling for the better part of the year about North Korea’s cryptocurrency activity.
This could be an endorsement for the sweeping changes wrought by bitcoin. Or a sign of how desperate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has become. Likely, it’s both.
Kim Jong-un’s regime shows no intention of stopping its nuclear developments. Hawaii, a popular holiday escape, no longer feels safe with the threat of North Korea intensifying.
The Japanese Coast Guard is finding an increasing number of ships washing up on their shores. And a disturbing number are carrying dead bodies.
The Argentinian submarine, ARA San Juan has been missing for five days now. It’s unlikely to be found in time to rescue its 44 crew members.
The US Congress has inched towards passing Donald Trump’s signature tax cuts. The so-called ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ would slash the US corporate tax rate from 35%, down to 20%.
Last week, a North Korean soldier defected by fleeing across the demilitarised zone. He was shot four times by North Korean officers.
US senators have raised concerns that Trump is so ‘unstable’ and ‘volatile’ that he shouldn’t have sole control over nuclear codes.
Now, at least according to North Korea’s State Media, Trump has gone too far, after insulting their supreme leader in Kim Jong-un.
Roughly 60,000 demonstrators marched through Warsaw to mark Poland’s Independence Day. However, a particularly galling banner hung from a bridge that read: ‘Pray for Islamic Holocaust.’
North Korea’s test site has come into focus after a report was released claiming that the area is a nuclear wasteland.
A British-born woman has spoken to The Atlantic about her dreams of her children one day becoming terrorists.
A solution for the murderous, tragic and seemingly never-ending series of mass shootings in the United States remains elusive.
Facebook has now revealed that more than 120 million Americans may have seen material put onto their site by Russian operatives.
Putin is convinced that genetically-modified soldiers will not only be very real very soon…but that they could also be ‘worse than a nuclear bomb’.
New Zealand’s new government is set to run up more crippling government debt after announcing a big-spend, high-tax legislative agenda.
When it comes taking political correctness to the next level, Australia is not immune. Far from it. But as overly sensitive as Aussies have become, you have to wonder what policymakers have been smoking over in the UK.
When it comes to bullies, North Korea’s unhinged leader, Kim Jong-un, leads the pack. He’s terrorised his entire nation.
Trump is signalling that it is time for the US and its allies, including Australia, to take action. No strategy in negotiating with Jong-un has worked thus far. And his arsenal will only become more lethal with time.
The response to the Las Vegas shooting shouldn’t be to restrict gun rights, the response should be the opposite — to widen gun rights. That goes for Australia too. The Liberal government of 1996 acted treacherously against its own people when it introduced harsher gun laws.