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  • Is This the Right Move? America Commits to Decade of Military Support for Ukraine The United States and Ukraine are set to sign a bilateral security agreement during the G7 summit, which will take place in Italy from June 13 to 15, as announced by the White House. The U.S. plans to establish a long-term security support system for Ukraine through this agreement, but it’s reported that a binding […]
  • Fed Holds Steady on Rates, Oil Traders Bet on Future Cuts International oil prices rose for the third consecutive day on the 12th (local time) as U.S. inflation appeared to ease, supporting expectations for an interest rate deduction. On the same day, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude for July closed at $78.50 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), up $0.60 (0.77%) from the […]
  • Could New U.S. Restrictions Cripple China's Tech Ambitions? The Biden administration is expected to impose further restrictions on China’s AI chip development. Bloomberg quoted an industry insider and reported on the 11th (local time) that the Biden administration is considering additional restrictions on access to chip technology used in China’s AI. According to the source, the measures under discussion aim to limit China’s […]
  • U.S. Lawmakers Demand Sanctions on Chinese Battery Giants Over Forced Labor Claims The Wall Street Journal reported that Republican lawmakers in the U.S. have called for immediate sanctions against Chinese battery manufacturers CATL and Gotion Hi-Tech over allegations of forced labor. In response, CATL dismissed these accusations as unfounded and completely false, stating that information about some of their suppliers is inaccurate and misleading. CATL clarified, “Business […]
  • U.S. and Korean Defense Officials Firm on Deterring North Korean Nuclear Threat Amid Kim Yo Jong mentioning a new response and signaling further provocations, the U.S.-South Korea Nuclear Consultative Group (NCG) delegation made their first-ever visit to the South Korean Army’s Missile Strategy Command. It is evaluated that the U.S. and South Korea showed their deterrence by visiting the Missile Strategy Command which is the core capability of […]
  • Is a New Cold War on the Rise? The United States and China are currently engaged in a power struggle as both countries clash over the expansion of nuclear weapons. After the U.S. expressed concerns over the growth of nuclear weapons in North Korea, China, and Russia, China responded by stating, “The country that needs to reduce and reflect on its nuclear weapons […]
  • Ukraine's Bold Move: Fighter Jets Hit Russian Soil The U.K.’s Sky News reported on the 9th that a Ukrainian fighter jet launched a weapon striking a target on the Russian mainland for the first time. Sky News cited an anonymous source that revealed the Ukrainian Air Force struck the Russian command center in the western Belgorod region of Russia. Belgorod is a border […]
  • Lockheed Martin Maintains Growth Despite Profit Hurdles Despite a temporary drop in revenue for the first quarter, U.S. defense company Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT) is expected to maintain its growth trend. According to Hana Securities, Lockheed Martin’s first quarter revenue in 2024 is projected to be $17.2 billion (an increase of 13.7% from the previous year), while operating income is expected to […]
  • Future of U.S. Troops in Korea Hangs in Balance as Trump Threatens Withdrawal On the 10th (local time), South Korea and the United States entered the third round of the 12th Special Measures Agreement (SMA) in Washington D.C. to determine the portion of the cost of stationing U.S. troops in South Korea that will be borne by South Korea after 2026. The three-day meeting began today and will […]
  • Global Push for Peace: UN Security Council Adopts U.S. Ceasefire Plan On the afternoon of the 10th (local time), the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting. It adopted a resolution supporting the three-stage Gaza ceasefire plan led by the United States. According to Reuters, all of the 15 member states of the Security Council voted in favor of the resolution except for Russia, who […]
  • U.S. Think Tank Urges Stronger Shipbuilding Ties with Asian Allies The American think tank, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), has advised that the United States needs to strengthen its cooperation with allies such as South Korea and Japan to win in a potential conflict against the Chinese navy. The Transnational Threat Project of CSIS stated on June 5 that while China is […]
  • Biden and Macron Condemn North Korea's Military Aid to Russia During his state visit to France, U.S. President Joe Biden held a summit with French President Emmanuel Macron on June 8, where they strongly condemned the military cooperation between North Korea and Russia and reaffirmed their firm commitment to supporting Ukraine. The two leaders agreed to join forces for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip […]
  • Putin Opens the Nuclear Door of Opportunity President Vladimir Putin of Russia has left the door open to the possibility of nuclear weapon testing, despite stating there is currently no need for Russia to utilize nuclear weapons. On June 7, at the main session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Putin said, “The use of nuclear weapons is only possible […]
  • Calls to Ban Chinese Tech Firms Amplify Amid Forced Labor Allegations Allegations of Violating Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act In the U.S. Congress, there are growing calls to add Chinese battery manufacturers CATL and Gotion High-Tech to the import ban list. According to Yonhap News and the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on the 8th, some Republican members, including the Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives’ […]
  • U.S. and Allies to Discuss High-Tech Bio Collaboration and Chinese Competition High-ranking officials from South Korea, the United States, Japan, and India are set to convene at BIO USA 2024 to discuss strategies for advancing the industry. The summit will mainly address critical issues such as strengthening pharmaceutical supply chains but it may also touch upon the U.S.’s efforts to counter the influence of Chinese biotech […]
  • Israel Rejects Easy Truce, Demands Complete Overhaul in Gaza Before agreeing to end the war in Gaza, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated his previous stance that the Palestinian militant group Hamas must be destroyed. The Guardian reported on the 1st that Netanyahu emphasized his will to defeat Hamas through a statement released on the previous day, raising doubts about the new ceasefire proposal […]
  • Biden's Bold Move: U.S. Weapons to Defend Ukrainian Border Cities Ukraine is now expected to be able to attack Russian territory using weapons provided by the United States, a move that has previously been prohibited by the U.S. On the 30th, media outlets, including AP News, cited government officials and reported, “President Biden has authorized Ukraine to retaliate against Russian territory using U.S. weapons, but […]
  • North Korea's Lucrative Cyber Theft The U.S. government revealed that North Korea has amassed approximately $850 million through the theft of virtual assets. According to the 2024 Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Illicit Financial Risk Assessment Report released by the U.S. Department of Treasury on the 29th, North Korea garnered over $720 million in profit in 2022 by theft targeting virtual asset […]
  • American by Name, Chinese by Game: Tech Firms Sidestep U.S. Sanctions There is a growing trend of Chinese companies blacklisted by the U.S. government rebranding themselves with English names to pose as American companies. According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on the 29th, Hesai, a Chinese autonomous vehicle LiDAR sensor technology startup designated as a blacklisted company by the U.S. government, has changed its U.S. […]
  • Russia Warns of Nuclear Response to U.S. Missiles in Indo-Pacific “Let me just say that the U.S. does not assess returning nuclear weapons to the Indo-Pacific as necessary at this time. The U.S. has no plans to forward-deploy nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula.” Vedant Patel, Senior Spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State, responded to this on the 30th (local time) when asked about […]
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