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Myanmar preps for elections 2 years after military coup amid fears of violence

By MediaIntel.Asia

Bangkok (Thailand): Two years after a coup snuffed out Myanmar’s short-lived democratic experiment, the country’s military is planning elections that analysts warn could spark further bloodshed as opposition to junta rule rages on.
Observers also say …

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

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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 …

Are we headed toward a “polycrisis”? The buzzword of the moment, explained.

By ChinaPulse.com

There is nothing that Davos loves more than a good buzzword, and in 2023 that buzzword was “polycrisis.”
The folks at this year’s World Economic Forum adopted the term after historian Adam Tooze popularized it in his inaugural Financial Times column la…

US general warns of war with China ‘as early as 2025’

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A four-star US Air Force general has warned of a conflict with China as early as 2025 –- most likely over Taiwan –- and urged his commanders to push their units to achieve maximum operational battle readiness this year.…
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How we get Europe to ensure Ukraine’s post-war success

By ChinaPulse.com

It’s been frustrating to watch German Chancellor Olaf Scholz drag his feet for weeks over the prospect of delivering his country’s Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, before agreeing to dispatch just one company, or 14 tanks — a far cry from Ukraine’s needs.&#…

Letters: Hope withers

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Hope withers as
shootings continue
Re. “Five arrested after store employee shot multiple times,” Page B1, Jan.…
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Are we headed toward a “polycrisis”? The buzzword of the moment, explained.

By MediaIntel.Asia

There is nothing that Davos loves more than a good buzzword, and in 2023 that buzzword was “polycrisis.”
The folks at this year’s World Economic Forum adopted the term after historian Adam Tooze popularized it in his inaugural Financial Times column l…

Debt ceiling debate: A gift to China’s grand strategy

By ChinaPulse.com

The new Republican majority in the House of Representatives is sending very mixed signals on China. On the one hand it wants the American people to think it is taking action on the Chinese challenge to U.S.…
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UPSC Key- January 27, 2023: Know about Republic and Democracy, Aditya-L1 and Halwa Ceremony

By ChinaPulse.com

Important topics and their relevance in UPSC CSE exam for January 27, 2023. If you missed the January 25, 2023 UPSC key from the Indian Express, read it here
FRONT PAGE
Made in India weapons, women power showcased at Republic Day parade
Syllabus:
Preli…

Flights of Falsity: Ahead of crucial UN meet on human rights, Pakistan takes global body for a ride

By ChinaPulse.com

Geneva: Pakistan’s lies and false claims have been exposed before the United Nations ahead of the global body’s mandatory review of the country’s human rights record on January 30, Monday.
A report by a human rights group has exposed at least 10 false …