Posts published in Day: March 8, 2021

Trump and Biden’s Secret Bombing Wars

Monday, March 8, 2021

On February 25th, President Biden ordered U.S. air forces to drop seven 500-pound bombs on Iraqi forces in Syria, reportedly killing 22 people. The US airstrike has predictably failed to halt rocket attacks on deeply unpopular US bases in Iraq, which the Iraqi National Assembly passed a resolution to close over a year ago. The Western media reported the US airstrike as an isolated and exceptional incident, and there has been significant blowback from…

The History of Swedish Influence in Estonia

Monday, March 8, 2021

Sweden is a part of Estonia’s rich and vibrant history, and both cultures continue to flourish together. This relationship has created a range of mutual benefits, from language and music to a unique sense of identity. The experience is that much more interesting for Estonian Swedes. Here are a few facts you should know about their distinct culture. While exploring these roots, it is easy to see where current trends came…

China urges Lithuania to adhere to one-China principle

Monday, March 8, 2021

China firmly opposes the mutual establishment of official agencies and official exchanges in all forms between the Taiwan region and countries having diplomatic relations with China including Lithuania, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said on Thursday in response to Lithuania’s plan to open a trade representation office in the island of Taiwan. There is only one China in the world, and the government of the People’s Republic of China…