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United States, China and the World's Second Middle East    A recent commentary on China's Xinhua news site provides us with an interesting glimpse into China's current mindset regarding the United States and its global hegemony.  Lest you think that Xinhua is just another independent foreign media outlet offering a commentary on the
China's Overcapacity Problem    China's economic slowdown has been at the front of the business news for several months and has largely been blamed for the collapse in commodity prices and the concerns about future economic growth.  A recent examination of China's economic issues by the European Union Chamber of
Russia Cries Dyadya (Uncle), Is Saudi Arabia Listening?    In recent days, signs of a possible breakthrough in the year-long stand-off between Russia and Saudi Arabia on crude production strategy have emerged. Saudi Arabia, OPEC's dominant member, has long insisted OPEC (read Saudi Arabia) would not reduce output to balance supply and demand absent
This Brave Afghan Woman Is Speaking Out About Her Husband's Viscous Attacks
Photo: Hasan Sirdash/Getty Images.  
The horrors endured by Reza Gul, a 20-year-old Afghan woman whose husband cut off her nose, have been reported by news outlets around the world. When news broke earlier this month, Gul's mother, Zarghona, told The New York
China Secret Military Spending   It is becoming increasingly apparent that China is becoming a "player" when it comes to the world's superpowers.  With their recent moves in the South China Sea and their displays of game-changing weapons, the United States could find itself sharing top spot as the world's
Since 2009, China has been taking a much more active role in its pursuit of international oil contracts. In 2009, for the first time, Saudi Arabia exported more of its oil to China than it did to the U.S. China also made large investments in Saudi Arabia's oil refining industry as well. But
The Ongoing Civilian Casualty Crisis in AfghanistanThe tragic deaths of staff and patients at the Medicins Sans Frontiers hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan prompted me to wonder how many civilians are continuing to suffer in Afghanistan as a result of the ongoing armed conflict.  This is particularly pertinent given that the conflict celebrates

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