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  • Airstrike in Israel Kills 30, Sparks Fire in Nearby Refugee Camp Israeli forces launched an airstrike on Rafah, the southernmost city in the Palestinian Gaza Strip, killing at least 30 people. Hamas retaliated by attacking central Israel, including Tel Aviv, with rockets, according to reports from Reuters and local Israeli media on November 26 (local time). The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that they had launched […]
  • China Outraged by U.S. Congressional Support to Taiwan Chairman of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, Michael McCaul [EPA·Yonhap News]Amid China's r ...
  • No Shift Expected in Iran's Policies Despite President's Shocking Death Following the sudden death of President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran in a helicopter crash, speculation su ...
  • Elon Musk's Starship Prepares for Its Most Crucial Flight Yet Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is gearing up for an exciting milestone. Space Exploration Techn ...
  • 13 Dead, Including Toddlers, as Tornadoes Ravage U.S. Heartland Thunderstorms with tornadoes hit the south-central region of the United States, causing massive damage.
  • Does North Korea's Kim Jong Un Really Have The Power to Begin a Nuclear War? North Korea is ratcheting up threats by emphasizing the operational deployment of nuclear missiles, assuming the occupation of South Korea as a war objective. While fear persists that North Korea could use nuclear weapons, some observers suggest that its rhetoric and strategic calculations may differ. Takeshi Watanabe, Director of the Asia Research Department at Japan’s […]
  • Diplomatic Tensions Rise as EU Nations Plan to Acknowledge Palestinian Sovereignty The Israeli government strongly opposed the announcement by Norway, Ireland, and Spain recognizing Palestine as a nation. The United States and European Union (EU) member countries showed differing positions. On the 22nd (local time), Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his disagreement with the recognition plan of Norway, Ireland, and Spain, stating in a video […]
  • From Rival to Ally: Nikki Haley's Surprising Pivot to Support Trump Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, who competed against former President Donald Trump in the last Republican primary, has expressed her support for Trump. According to Yonhap News, Haley stated in a lecture at the Hudson Institute on the 22nd (local time), “As a voter, I prioritize a presidential candidate who supports our allies, holds our […]
  • Philippine Waters Stripped by Chinese Fishermen The Philippine government has claimed that an international investigation is needed into the environmental damage in the South China Sea reefs, where Chinese fishermen have indiscriminately harvested marine products, leaving species like giant clams extinct. According to the Associated Press (AP) and Inquirer on the 22nd (local time), the Philippine Coast Guard held a press […]
  • Russia Deploys Satellite with Potential to Disable U.S. Spacecraft The U.S. government has officially announced that Russia has launched a low-orbit satellite capable of attacking other satellites.
  • How the 2024 Election Could Reshape America's Energy Landscape Wood Mackenzie predicts that if Donald Trump wins the U.S. presidential election this November, the situation regarding the U.S.’s transition to electric and renewable energy could significantly change. It is estimated that $1 trillion in clean energy investment could be at risk due to policy changes that might occur under a second Trump administration. Former […]
  • Cold War 2.0? China and U.S. Lock Horns Over Defense Sales to Taiwan The Chinese government announced additional sanctions against 12 U.S. defense companies following its earlier imposition of sanctions...
  • Disturbing Video Reveals Hamas Kidnapping of Israeli Female Soldiers A video capturing the abduction of Israeli female soldiers by Hamas at the Nahal Oz military base in southern Israel has been released.
  • Trump Ally McCarthy in Korea to Discuss Future of U.S. Economic Partnerships Six months before the U.S. presidential election, Kevin McCarthy, former United States House of Representatives Speaker, visited South Korea.
  • U.S.-South Korea Alliance Bolstered: President Yoon Meets Former House Speaker McCarthy The South Korean Presidential Office announced President Yoon Suk Yeol met with former U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on the 22nd.
  • Fed Officials Question if Current Policies are Enough to Tame Inflation Most Federal Reserve (Fed) members have questioned whether monetary policies are restrictive enough to bring inflation down to target levels.
  • Spain, Norway, and Ireland Recognize Palestine as an Independent State A child in the war-torn Gaza Strip. Reuters-Yonhap NewsOn the 22nd, Spain, Norway, and Ireland offi ...
  • Crackdown in Gaza: Israel Seizes AP Broadcast Equipment Amid Media Law Row The Israeli government has reportedly closed the facilities of the American Associated Press (AP) that was broadcasting live from the southern Gaza Strip. They seized their cameras and broadcasting equipment, but later returned them, according to AP on the 21st (local time). AP reported that the Israeli Ministry of Communications had confiscated cameras and broadcasting […]
  • Is the Fed to Blame? U.S. Lawmaker Proposes Bold Move to Abolish Central Bank A hardline U.S. Congressman has proposed a bill to abolish the Federal Reserve (Fed), blaming it for the country’s inflation. According to Fox News on the 20th (local time), Republican Congressman Thomas Massie (Kentucky) recently introduced legislation to dismantle the Fed’s Board of Governors and the Federal Reserve, stating that “the U.S. is suffering from […]
  • China Makes Strategic Move That Worries Western Companies According to recent assessments, Chinese companies are expanding their dominance in the mineral market despite years of sanctions. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported on the 20th (local time) that China is winning the mineral war, with Chinese companies aggressively expanding their businesses, over-supplying, and driving down prices to push out competitors. According to raw […]
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