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Aftermath of the bombing at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok on August 17, 2015
By nsnbc On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Malaysian Police arrests four Uyghurs in Connection with Bangkok Bombing

nsnbc : Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur arrested four ethnic Uyghur in connection with the bombings in the Thai capital Bangkok on August 17. The bombing in Bangkok injured over 100 and claimed the lives of 20.  The More...

By Tony Cartalucci On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Turkish-Uyghur Terror Inc. – America’s Other Al Qaeda

Tony Cartalucci (NEO) : It is no longer tenable for the United States and its regional allies in and near the Middle East to claim they are backing “moderate rebels” in the proxy war raging in Syria, Iraq, More...

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By New Eastern Outlook On Thursday, March 24th, 2016

China’s Strategic Presence in Central Asia

Vladimir Odintsov (NEO) : Reinforcement of its strategic presence in Central Asia is not a new concept for Beijing. This region is very important for China as it is not only a significant market for Chinese goods, More...

Luhut Binsar Panjaitan. Photo Karya Senderi CC 4.0
By nsnbc On Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

Indonesia Cracks Down on Santoso’s IS Linked Terrorist Group

nsnbc : Indonesian police and military killed two members of an Islamic State associated terrorist group led by Santoso during an ongoing crackdown against the group that has Chinese Uyghur Islamists among its ranks. Luhut More...

By New Eastern Outlook On Sunday, January 31st, 2016
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The New Take on the Afghan Conflict Settlement

Vladimir Terehov (NEO) : In mid-January Islamabad and Kabul saw the talks between foreign affairs representatives of four states – the United States, China, Pakistan and Afghanistan (the so-called Quadrilateral More...

President Sisi and President Xi Jinping during Al-Sisi's 2015 visit to China - Courtesy YOUM7
By Christof Lehmann On Monday, January 18th, 2016

China’s Xi Jinping Heads for Middle East – Defusing an Explosive Region

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : China’s President Xi Jinping is heading to the Middle East, aiming at defusing the tensions in the volatile region of greatest importance for geopolitics and energy-security. China More...

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By Tony Cartalucci On Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

China’s Xinjiang Problem – Made in USA First

Tony Cartalucci (NEO) : China’s western region of Xinjiang, a vast area home to some 21 million people, is one of several hubs of destabilization maintained by the US State Department and its vast network of nongovernmental More...

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By Tony Cartalucci On Sunday, October 11th, 2015
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Blast Shakes Ankara Just in Time to Justify NATO Incursion into Syria

Tony Cartalucci (LD) : A massive blast has killed at least 30 and injured over 100 more in NATO-member Turkey’s capital of Ankara. The blast appears to have targeted the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic More...

By Tony Cartalucci On Sunday, September 27th, 2015
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Know World War II, Avoid World War III

Tony Catralucci (LD) : An Asian state aggressively expanding its military, bullying its neighbors, illegally fortifying islands, and bent on regional, then global domination – sound familiar? Are you thinking More...

Image: Pravit Rojanaphruk is not a journalist.  His talk at the Oslo Freedom Forum covers the 2014 coup - but omits any mention of what led to the coup or who the coup even ousted from power. Such omissions cannot be defined as "journalism," and are instead, clearly examples of overt lobbying.
By Tony Cartalucci On Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Thailand: Lobbyists Posing as “Journalists” Endanger True Journalism

Tony Cartalucci (ATN) : Pravit Rojanaphruk was again summoned by Thai government this week. Anti-government groups, including foreign-funded NGOs have condemned his summoning, including The Thai Journalists Association More...