Nikoli Guillar

Philippine President Visits China, Shifts Relations Into High Gear

China is the first non-Southeast Asian country Marcos has visited in his six months as president.

China is the ‘most powerful partner of the Philippines.’

Leaders of Asia’s three largest nations are increasing their meetings, joining their nations, and becoming ‘the kings of the east.’

Allies of President Duterte won the Senate, meaning additional support for his agenda, which includes closer relations with China.

‘Once completed, it will outclass any warship from any Asian country, including India and Japan.’

Ukraine is the linchpin in Putin’s plan to restore Russian greatness.

Crackdowns on peaceful protesters and pro-independence movements show who is in charge.

Russian aggression will help ‘shape and form the Holy Roman Empire rather suddenly.’

Russia and China ‘are the only reason North Korea is able to operate freely.’

‘China is intimidating the nations of Southeast Asia into submission to its will. … Everything is headed in the direction of war.’

America’s retreat and China’s advance are deeply felt in the region.

Chinese aggression is one of many factors driving Japan to normalize its military.

‘Asian nations are acutely aware of America’s decline and China’s rise.’

With a population of 1.3 billion and a strong military, India is almost certain to join an alliance with Russia and China.

Budget priority ‘will only fuel greater and deeper suspicion of Beijing’s motivations and strategic objectives.’

Taiwan recognizes China’s growing military might and braces for the possibility of war against the mainland.

The Philippines sees that America’s power is declining and China’s power is rising.

Increased cooperation between Russia and China threatens the United States.

China could gain a major victory in the region if the 67-year-old U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty is revised.

If America pulls its troops out of South Korea, it will leave a power vacuum that could be filled by Russia and China.

U.S. trade protectionism pushes China and Germany toward a brief economic alliance.

In order to pinpoint the cause, we need to look to the Bible.

China and Japan enter a new era of cooperation.

Renewed annual operation signifies ‘perceptible improvement’ in relations.

Vladimir Putin is among a large majority who regret the collapse of the ussr.

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