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One of the conditions to being admitted to NATO is the prospective country has to get their military up to snuff. Guess who is happy to help. 155 more words

Japanese Prime Minister calls North Korea the most serious security concern since WW2

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says the threat from North Korea is the most serious security concern his country has faced since the Second World War and has pledged to bolster defence measures. 117 more words

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Trump's "great relationships" with world leaders make sense for his empire

On his recently completed trip through Asia, Donald Trump boasted about having a great relationship with at least three heads of state. He said it of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, just… 607 more words

The cheeseburger favored by Trump is now a hard-to-get dish in Japan, selling out in multiple locations

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After President Donald Trump chose their double cheeseburger and fried potatoes in a business lunch with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, an American-inspired restaurant has reportedly seen the sandwich’s popularity surge — even selling out of the burger, …

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R. E. S. P. E. C. T.

Alan Zendell, November 11, 2017

Aretha Franklin belted it out loud and clear.

The president’s Asia trip has more than anything been a test of how much powerful foreign leaders respect him. 794 more words

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Donald & Shinzo

The US president’s recent visit to Japan was rather interesting, not only because of the Trump’s behavior but because of Abe’s hospitality; the leaders together fed some koi and played golf. 397 more words

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Strongmen have a new playbook for consolidating power

By Fareed Zakaria
Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017

The news out of Saudi Arabia has been startling. A country famous for its stability to the point of stagnation is watching a 32-year-old crown prince arrest his relatives, freeze their bank accounts and dismiss them from key posts. 741 more words

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