Asia

Russia’s Latest Investment In Saudi Arabia Continues To Shift Balance of Power In The Middle East Away From US

With little fanfare, Russia and Saudi Arabia have reached an agreement wherein Moscow will invest in the forthcoming IPO of Aramco, the state-owned Saudi energy giant that is about to go public. Early indications are that Russian investors will purchase substantial shares of the 5% of Aramco’s total public value […]

While Indian Cinema Descends Into The Gutter, China Helps Promote Morally Uplifting Films

South Asia has been gripped by a scandal surrounding an Indian film called “Padman” which fetishises female menstruation, while publicly airing private biological functions.  Pakistani officials have moved to ban the film, saying that it is not in keeping with Pakistani values. This itself has led to a sadly predictable […]

As Duterte Bans Filipinos From Working In Kuwait, Post-Conflict Syria Is Where Filipinos Can Take Leadership In Rebuilding The Middle East

The Emir of Kuwait has criticised Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to ban the future employment of Filipino workers in Kuwait, after the deplorable living conditions of Filipinos in the small Persian Gulf state have come to light. The proximate cause for the change of policy from Manila was the […]

Julian Assange Languishes While The Terrorist Fetullah Gulen Lives Freely In America

On 15 July, 2016, the FETO (Fetullah Terrorist Organization) organised a coup against the Turkish Republic which took the lives of 240, while injuring thousands. The biggest shock to the stability of 21st century Turkey ultimately failed thanks to Russian intelligence tipping off Turkey’s President Erdogan so that he could regroup […]