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How AI Will Impact Deterrence

WASHINGTON, US: In the realm of defense and security, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is likely to transform the practices of deterrence and coercion, having at least three complementary effects on power, perception, and persuasion calculations among states.
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Zelensky Regime's Overture To China Does Not Line Up With Reality

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: The regime of V. Zelensky, through Western curators, unsuccessfully seeks to involve Beijing in its international anti-Russian adventures. For example, the head of the office of the President of Ukraine A. Ermak directly stated that Kyiv is making attempts to involve China in the process of implementing the so-called. the Ukrainian “peace formula” so that Beijing, along with Western countries, would exert diplomatic pressure on Moscow as part of its “compulsion to end the war.”
 
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19 Fatalities, 20 Maimed In Crocodile Attacks On Lake Victoria's Shores, Tanzania Reports

HONG KONG, SAR: In a startling revelation from Mwanza, Tanzania, crocodile attacks have claimed 19 lives and resulted in 20 individuals losing limbs over the past five years along the southern shores of Lake Victoria. This alarming trend highlights the escalating human-wildlife conflict in the region, prompting urgent actions from local authorities and wildlife conservationists.
 
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The Future Of Missile Defense

WASHINGTON, US: Policymakers in the Cold War became accustomed to a world in which mutual deterrence was based on a balance of terror, with technology favoring offense over defense. 
 
 
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Cancer Rates Set To Rise 77 Percent By 2050

NEW YORK, US: Global cancer cases are expected to rise around 77 per cent by the middle of the century, UN health authorities said on Thursday, highlighting the growing burden of the disease. 
 
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October Offensive By Resistance Forces Exposes Gaps In Myanmar Military

 SINGAPORE CITY, Singapore: A key offensive launched by a three-party alliance of anti-junta forces in late October catalysed attacks on State Administration Council (SAC) forces on multiple fronts across Myanmar. While the junta has vowed to strike back to retake lost ground, no major operation has since materialised. It remains to be seen whether resistance forces will be able to capitalise on their gains to evolve into a more cohesive anti-junta movement.
 
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Paris Fills Security Gap For Malaysia

The visit by Minister for Armed Forces of France, Mr. Sébastien Lecornu on 8 December and the meeting with Defence Minister Dato Seri Mohamad Hasan reflect the growing criticality of bolstering defence and security commitment and the eventual returns to both countries.
 
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A Future World Monetary Order

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia:The Center for Market Education (CME) is excited to announce the publication of the first EduPaper Special Issue entitled “A Future World Monetary Order: A Debate on Lawrence H. White’s ‘Better Money: Gold, Fiat, or Bitcoin?’”, edited by CME Associate, Emile Phaneuf III.
 
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Reforming The Malaysian Special Branch

BANGKOK, Thailand: Back in 2019, the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) completed a public inquiry which found that Amri Che Mat and Pastor Raymond Koh were victims of enforced disappearance, perpetrated by members of the Special Branch.  
 
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Our Response To China Must Be Overwhelming, Not 'Proportional'

NEW YORK, US: On October 24, a Chinese J-11 fighter jet recklessly maneuvered within ten feet of a U.S. Air Force B-52 bomber flying in international airspace over the South China Sea, endangering the crew of the American plane. There have been provocative Chinese intercepts of U.S. planes and vessels in the global commons for decades, but now the pace of the belligerent actions has increased.
 
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“Strategic Clarity” Is A Dangerous Answer To The Taiwan Question

WASHINGTON, U.S.-The People’s Republic of China (PRC)’s exercise surrounding Taiwan this past week, conducted in response to a visit by U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, is only the latest development in an extended competition over Taiwan.

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Open Letter To Anwar On China

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia-Malaysia will need more strategic long term calculations on its future economic and geopolitical interests, and start to implement steps to pivot away from overreliance on one economic superpower in safeguarding its short term needs.

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West Ignores National Interest of Asia-Pacific Allies

JAKARTA, Indonesia-Despite the extremely negative attitude of the Japanese population towards the American military contingent deployed on the territory of the island state, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin during a press conference announced the deployment of a new unit of the US Marine Corps in Okinawa Prefecture in the near future.

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