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Revival of History: China Conquers Silk Road

Revival of History: China Conquers Silk Road

Referring to the China-led "One Belt and One Road" initiative, experts often mean the development of the Eurasian region, while Beijing's bold project goes far beyond the Eurasian continent. Beijing's initiative is aimed atbringing together not ... Sputnik, 3 weeks ago

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New Eastern Outlook

China's Eurasia strategy to counter US naval power

In past writings, I have described the Eurasian landmass as having shaped world history for some 5,000 years before its role was steadily marginalised from the 18th century onwards. The gist of my views on Eurasia's responses to global naval power ...
 Asiaone1 month ago China Rails Linking Eurasia  New Eastern Outlook6 days ago Chinese providing transport arteries for emergence of Eurasian economic center of gravity  Sott.net5 days ago
Nikkei Asian Review

China's 'history war' against Japan may backfire

China is preparing to celebrate the 70th anniversary of victory in what its government calls "the war of resistance against Japanese aggression." On Sept. 3, Beijing will host its biggest military parade in decades as visiting world leaders look on.
 Nikkei Asian Review4 days ago Putin's interview with TASS and Xinhua on eve of China's WWII parade  Sott.net8 hours ago China and Europe: Working Together for New Progress in China-EU Relations  China Government2 months ago
Korea Herald

Eurasia poses opportunities, challenges for Korea

For South Korea, Eurasia is a continental landmass of opportunities for energy supply, economic growth, cultural exchanges and other untapped possibilities. But it also entails daunting geopolitical challenges the divided country has long ...
 Korea Herald1 week ago

Singapore's milestones remembered in National Day message

Singapore's many milestones throughout its 50-year history were remembered and celebrated in Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day message on Saturday evening. He began his speech by detailing how Singapore left Malaysia and would "forever ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago NON-CHINESE PM for Singapore inevitable, says Deputy PM Tharman  Malaysia Chronicle2 months ago Singapore needs a system where the 'centre holds strong': Tharman  Channel NewsAsia2 months ago

Ralli Brothers: The history remains as a reminder of entrepreneurial abilities of economically shattered Greeks

Almost 100 years back a controversy broke out in the jute business in Calcutta. The Great War was underway and the War Office in London was realising what a long hard slog it would be. In Europe, soldiers were literally digging in for the realities ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Africa's Golden 'Jackals' Not Jackals At All, Scientists Say

Scientists have long considered the "golden jackals" of East Africa and the jackals seen across Eurasia to be of the same species. But a new DNA study shows that we've gotten these cunning canines all wrong. According to the study, the animals ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Study yields new species: African golden wolf  KTXS-TV1 month ago On closer look, researchers propose new species: African golden wolf  1070wapi.com1 month ago Researchers propose new species: African golden wolf  Frontier Post1 month ago

The Middle East will never be the same: Why the Iran pact is a historic triumph

This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch . Don't sweat the details of the July nuclear accord between the United States and Iran. What matters is that the calculus of power in the Middle East just changed in significant ways. Washington and ...
 Salon1 month ago How the Balance of Power Has Shifted Profoundly in the Mideast  AlterNet.org1 month ago The Balance of Power in the Middle East Just Changed  ZNet1 month ago

Whitefield, Bengaluru: A settlers' haven that now hosts outbound techies

Whitefield was the brainchild of White, founder of Eurasian & Anglo-Indian Association. Deepa Peck's ancestors were among the first non-Indian settlers of Whitefield in the 1880s. She remembers the Whitefield of the 1970s as a college-going ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Sunday Star-Times

East Asian History Scholar Joins Department of History

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - East Asian history specialist Kelly Hammond will join the Department of History in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences this fall as an assistant professor. She comes to the University of Arkansas from the ...
 Noodls1 month ago Solution in History  The Statesman1 month ago Vincent O'Malley: The Best Books I Never Wrote  Sunday Star-Times2 months ago
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