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Why We Believe the U.S. Still Has the Upper Hand in War Over Taiwan Opinion

By MediaIntel.Asia

A war over Taiwan would directly challenge U.S. interests. Avoiding such a conflict while still maintaining American goals for peace and security is among the most vexing problems confronting U.S. political leaders. However, recently conducted simulat…

McDonald’s Q4 earnings beat estimates, boosted by higher menu prices, digital sales

By MediaIntel.Asia

McDonald’s (MCD) posted fourth-quarter earnings results Tuesday morning that beat expectations, with same-store sales boosted by increased higher menu prices, guest counts, and marketing efforts.
In the year ahead, the company expects inflation pressu…

Renault to lose 28% stake in Nissan in restructuring deal

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Members of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Motors alliance are expected to give final approval to a restructuring deal that would cut Renault’s ownership stakes within the longtime partnership. File photo by Keizo Mori/UPI | License Photo
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Vernon men took to the sky with homemade glider

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ISC foots bill to remove dead cows in lake Feds fund cow clean up Photo: Tracey Prediger It appears taxpayers will be footing the bill for the removal of 26 dead cows out of Okanagan Lake. Indigenous Services Canada will be handing over more th…

The risk of failing to enforce sanctions on Iran

By MediaIntel.Asia

Since the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, America has been loath to carry out military actions in the Middle East. In its place, the State Department and Congress have chosen economic sanctions as a primary tool of American foreign policy to influence a…

Pakistan’s plight isn’t solely because its elite are corrupt. Their values have failed too

By MediaIntel.Asia

Elite-bashing is Pakistan’s newest sport. As the country stares into the default abyss, the ubiquitous phrase — ‘elite state capture’ — putati­vely explains all that has gone awry. Fat-cats are blamed for stealing public resources, conspicuous consump…

NATO’s Stoltenberg in South Korea to deepen ties in Asia

By MediaIntel.Asia

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrived in South Korea on Sunday, the first stop on a trip that will include Japan and is aimed at strengthening ties with the U.S. allies in the face of the war in Ukraine and rising competition with China. In …

ISC foots bill to remove dead cows in lake

By MediaIntel.Asia

Vernon
ISC foots bill to remove dead cows in lake Feds fund cow clean up Photo: Tracey Prediger It appears taxpayers will be footing the bill for the removal of 26 dead cows out of Okanagan Lake. Indigenous Services Canada will be handing over more th…

Why NYC must keep its markets global

By ChinaPulse.com

Canada recently banned investments in residential property by non-Canadians for two years, aiming to cool off an overheated housing market which saw the average Canada home price surge by 20% in 2021.…
This data comes from the ChinaPulse.com medi…

Time is Ripe to Rationalise It

By ChinaPulse.com

At the time of independence, Indian Air Force (IAF) inherited some of the aviation assets left by the British including Hawker Tempest and Spitfires. India also procured British aircraft like the Hawker Hunter, the Gnat, Devon and Vickers Viscount.&#82…