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The Three Musketeers Journey from France to Korea by car

The Three Musketeers Journey from France to Korea by car

We know that travel has seven benefits, but today we will present to you a meeting with three Musketeers, half of whom are from South Korea and the other half from France. They live a stable life in France, but nostalgia knocked on their doors and they were missing so much their second country, Korea; […]

Lomé hosts International Literary Symposium of Togo

Lomé hosts International Literary Symposium of Togo

The national monument of Togo is Independence Monument, Lomé By Ashraf Dali, President, Asia Journalists Association (AJA) LOMÉ: Professor Koumealo Anate, the President the Togolese Writers Association (AET), announced that the first edition of the International Literary Symposium of Togo (SYLITO) will be in the Togolese capital city Lomé on April 22- 23 on the theme: […]

Global military expenditure rises to 1.686 tln USD in 2016

Global military expenditure rises to 1.686 tln USD in 2016

The total world military expenditure rose to 1.686 trillion U.S. dollars in 2016, an increase of 0.4 percent in real terms from 2015, according to a report released on Monday by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). According to the report, “the United States remains the country with the highest annual military expenditure in […]

Egocentrism, Trump and the international system

Egocentrism, Trump and the international system

The inauguration ceremony of US President Donald Trump was closely followed by the world. In his election, Trump pledged that he would make the USA a globally respected country within the context of political and military hegemony. This study addresses egocentrism, or self-centeredness, with reference to the behavioral patterns of Trump. With this, the influences […]

Cooperation is the only correct choice for China and the US

Cooperation is the only correct choice for China and the US

The first question raised by a US reporter at a press conference following the annual session of China’s national legislature was about the possibility of high-level talks between China and the US and China’s confidence in bilateral ties. This, along with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s China visit in mid-March, has the world anticipating […]

Lu – Olo pledged to strengthen national unity

Lu – Olo pledged to strengthen national unity

The people of Timor – Leste has chosen a new president. Francisco Guterres Lu – Olo was elected to the fourth president of the republic to Timor – Leste with total valid votes of 295.048 (57.1%) and Antonio da Conceicao with a total of 167.794 (32.5%) and the another valid vote divided into six other […]

Pope Francis: Possible message for Pyeongchang Olympics

Pope Francis: Possible message for Pyeongchang Olympics

The Catholic church’s brand refresh Growing up in Italy affects people in many ways: the idea of beauty, love for food, the guilty feeling of wasting it, the importance of art and culture, and much more. There is also an Italian saying that led my life: where three people can eat, four can eat too […]

The Westminster Terror Attack

The Westminster Terror Attack

Terror took place in London, when a car-and-knife attack happened, in the heart of London on March 22. Reports say that a black-clad assailant, armed with two long knives, drove his car through a crowd of people on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death on the grounds of Parliament. This incident led […]

#TurkishAirlinesHelpSomalia Social Media Campaign

#TurkishAirlinesHelpSomalia Social Media Campaign

There has been a social media campaign that started on March 15 with the hashtag #TurkishAirlinesHelpSomalia. This hashtag is referring to the people of Somalia that are currently experiencing a life-threatening famine and now this social media campaign is raising awareness to the issue. According to the UN humanitarian office, around six million people are […]

The “Real Asia Pivot”: Trump Will Do What Obama Only Talked About

The “Real Asia Pivot”: Trump Will Do What Obama Only Talked About

Former President Obama should be given credit for recognizing this and for attempting, however weakly and ineffectively, to transition American attention further east.  Ironically, due to his Administration’s failures, it is likely to be the successor to America’s self-purported “First Pacific President,” the ever-pugnacious but unabashedly pro-American Donald Trump, who will have to implement a […]

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