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  • Global Oil Prices Surge Amid Fears of Middle East Escalation U.S. intelligence agencies have issued a warning that Iran’s airstrike against Israel, which had previously hinted at a strong retaliation for the attack on their consulate, is imminent. Bloomberg reported on the 10th (local time), citing reliable sources, that Iran might launch an attack using high-precision missiles within a few days. The likely targets are […]
  • U.S.-South Korea Collaborate with International Community to Address North Korean-Russian Military Cooperation Integrated Defense Dialogue between U.S. and South Korea held in the U.S.Global response to North Korean-Russian military tiesU.S. vows full defense, including nuclear attacks, to defend North Korea The U.S. and South Korea have agreed to jointly respond to North Korea’s nuclear threat while addressing North Korean-Russian military cooperation through international coordination. According to the defense […]
  • Ukraine's Answer to Russia: A Million Drones Plans to produce 1 million drones that can fly over 700-1000 km Amidst conflict with Russia, Ukraine is set to significantly increase its production of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones. Despite having less military power compared to Russia, Ukraine plans to use drones as a primary tool for its offensive strategy. Drones […]
  • White House Eyes South Korea for Advanced Military Tech Collaboration White House NSC Official: “Considering a variety of additional partners, including South Korea, in relation to Pillar 2” South Korea was mentioned as a potential partner in the advanced military technology development project driven by AUKUS, a security alliance between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. According to Yonhap News on the 9th, […]
  • Trump's Legal Woes: Majority of Voters See Hush Money Allegations as Serious Photo=Reuters·Yonhap News A new poll reveals that a majority of American voters view the allegations of hush-money payments against former President Donald Trump as serious. Reuters and polling organization Ipsos reported on the 10th that, based on an online poll conducted from the 4th to the 8th of this month targeting 1,021 adults, including 833 […]
  • Arizona Revives 160-year-old Abortion Ban With about seven months left until the US election, a court ruling banning abortion in Arizona, a key battleground state, is expected to emerge as a major election issue. According to foreign media such as the New York Times (NYT), CNN, and AP, on the 9th (local time), the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that it […]
  • Why Young Americans Flock to Trump While Seniors Rally Behind Biden An analysis suggests a reversal in the generational support bases of President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump in the upcoming U.S. presidential election in November. Traditionally, in U.S. presidential elections, the conservative older generation has preferred the Republican candidate, while the younger generation with a progressive inclination has tended to support the Democratic […]
  • U.S. Lawmakers Strike Deal on Data Privacy Bill The draft of an online privacy protection bill has finally been submitted to the U.S. Congress. Two major U.S. lawmakers announced on the 7th (local time) that they had agreed on a bipartisan draft data privacy bill that would limit the consumer data tech companies can collect, prevent them from selling it to Americans, and […]
  • Biden's Warning to China: South China Sea Dispute Heats Up U.S. President Joe Biden is set to warn against China’s coercive actions in the South China Sea. He plans to clarify that the U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty applies to the Second Thomas Shoal in the Spratly Islands, where the Philippines and China are in a territorial dispute. This area rapidly emerges as a potential flashpoint […]
  • Goldman Sachs Warns: Trump's Tariff Plan Could Hit U.S. Income and Spending Goldman analysis: greater impact on actual income and personal consumption Analysts predict that if the tariff imposition plan against China, advocated by former U.S. President Donald Trump, is implemented, it could hinder U.S. economic growth and increase inflation. According to Bloomberg on the 7th (local time), analysts at Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. projected in a […]
  • Trump's Potential Return: A Boost for AI and Bio Industries? Predictions suggest that if former U.S. President Donald Trump wins the upcoming November election, the U.S. government will actively invest subsidies in strategic industries such as artificial intelligence (AI) and biotechnology. If Trump’s second administration becomes a reality, it is anticipated that it will bolster strategic decoupling from China further, viewing it as a competitor […]
  • Far-Right Israeli Parties Rebel against Gaza Troop Reduction, Threaten to Leave Coalition National Security Minister and Finance Minister criticize Netanyahu head-on As the Israeli military withdraws the majority of its ground troops operating in the southern Gaza Strip, far-right factions within the Israeli coalition are vehemently protesting. Minister of National Security of Israel Itamar Ben-Gvir, a leading far-right figure in Israel’s right-wing coalition, wrote on social media […]
  • China Slams US-Japan-Philippines Summit, Alleging Power Play Photo: Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Chinese government has criticized the upcoming summit between the United States, Japan, and the Philippines on the 11th, accusing it of “promoting exclusive factional opposition.” Mao Ning, spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, responded to a question asked during a regular briefing on the 8th, “How […]
  • Trump Outshines Biden, Raising Double the Funds in One Day Donald Trump, the U.S. Republican presidential candidate, announced on June 6th (local time) that he raised $50.5 million in a single day at a fundraising event in Florida. This is approximately double the $26 million President Joe Biden raised last month at a fundraising event he held with former Presidents Obama and Bill Clinton. According […]
  • Wingtip Collision at Heathrow: Virgin Atlantic Jet and Parked Plane Involved A plane collision occurred at Heathrow Airport, the busiest in the UK. British Airways reported on the 6th (local time) that the wingtip of an empty Virgin Atlantic jet collided with a stationary passenger plane at London’s Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Airport has stated that no passenger injuries have been reported and does not anticipate the […]
  • Trump's Shocking Peace Plan: Ukraine to Give Up Territories It has been revealed that former U.S. President Donald Trump, who had pledged to end the Ukrainian war immediately upon re-election, has a peace plan that pressures Ukraine to abandon territories occupied by Russia. The Washington Post reported on the 7th (local time), citing a source, that “Former President Trump will propose a plan for […]
  • Solar Power Takes the Lead in Texas, Leaving Coal in the Dust ORIGINAL LINK: https://m.post.naver.com/viewer/postView.naver?volumeNo=37610780&memberNo=32414000 In March 2024, solar power generation in the United States produced 3.26 million MWh, surpassing the 2.96 million MWh produced by coal. This marks the first time that solar power has outperformed coal in Texas. According to power generation data from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), coal’s market share has […]
  • Japan's Pursuit of North Korean Summit: Failure is a Low-Cost Option Low opportunity cost even if the summit failsJapan’s security interests must have close cooperation with the US and South Korea The Japanese government, pushing for a summit with North Korea, needs the support of President Joe Biden, according to a US diplomatic and security authority. The reason is that the opportunity cost is low even […]
  • Biden Administration Concerned Over High Casualties of Relief Workers in Israel Kirby: “Too many relief workers killed in Israeli operations.”“We don’t want a large-scale ground war in Rafah.” The White House has urged Israel, which is conducting military operations in the Gaza Strip, to change its strategy. John Kirby, United States National Security Council (NSC) Coordinator for Strategic Communications, stated this on CBS News “Face the […]
  • U.S. Takes on China: Investigation into Unfair Shipbuilding Trade Practices Begins The United States government is expected to launch an investigation into the unfair practices of the Chinese shipbuilding industry following a petition from the United Steelworkers Union (USW). Analysts anticipate that this could potentially benefit the Korean shipbuilding industry. According to a report by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) on the 7th, Sanction to […]
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