• 22 February 2019

News Analysis

Tehran’s new submarine Geopolitics

Tehran’s new submarine

Iran launched a new locally made submarine capable of firing cruise missiles, state TV said, in the country’s latest show of military might at a time of heightened tensions with the U.S. The Armed Forces of the Iran include the Army, the Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Law Enforcement Force. These forces total about...

Russia votes to ban smartphones Technology

Russia votes to ban smartphones

Russia votes to prohibit the military from using smartphones or recording devices, a move intended to mask its soldiers’ digital trail. The Russian government is eliminating digital trail after continuous probe by the West & the consequential response regarding its alleged cyber-attacks. Russia is known to launch cyber- attacks ....

EU refutes Hungary’s “fake news” Geopolitics

EU refutes Hungary’s “fake news”

A Hungarian government campaign accusing the European Commission of supporting illegal immigration is "fake news", a Commission spokesman has said. The controversial ad contains US Billionaire George Soros and EU President Jean-Claude Juncker. Hungary wields considerable influence in Central and Eastern Europe....

US House launches probe Geopolitics

US House launches probe

The US is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia, according to a new congressional report. The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives has launched an investigation into the possibility of President Trump transferring Nuclear technology to Riyadh. The United States House of .....

Twitter tightens rules in EU Elections

Twitter tightens rules in EU

Twitter follows the moves of Facebook and Google by changing its political advertisement policy due to the upcoming European election. The EU in late January warned tech companies to intensify efforts in the fight against fabrication of facts on their platforms, or face regulation. Facebook, Twitter and Google have been criticized for not.....

Taiwan: no compromise on Democracy Geopolitics

Taiwan: no compromise on Democracy

Taiwanese president, Tsai Ing-wen, said that Taiwan would not accept any deal that could impact and destroy the sovereignty and democracy of the country. She said this in retaliation to her opposition KMT's proposed peace deal with China if it wins a presidential election next year. Taiwan....

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