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china

Japan & South Korean Military Tensions Rise

This weeks roundup we look at some continuing stories as there isn’t much news in Asia that is any grand geopolitical importance. In China,...

Article 13 Passes – “Excuse Me, Your Freedom Please

438 in favor, 226 against, with 39 abstentions.  That is the breakdown of voting results that pass Articles 11 and 13. This is a move...
protest

Protest Leads To Roundhouse Kick?!?

On October 2nd in Toronto, Ontario the annual event "Life Chain" was held. This event is a pro-life protest event that happens across the...
Brexit

Brexit Delayed, Soldier Charged for Bloody Sunday

"In a series of consecutive crunch votes in Parliament, the House of Commons have voted to request the European Union extend Article 50, thereby delaying Brexit until June."

UCP, Anarchy Symbol Banned, & Antifa Attack

Another week, another roundup! This week was a little crazier than usual with a move by the Mayor of Hamilton that baffled even the...

May Has Two Weeks To Convince Parliament on Deal

"As long as Corbyn doesn’t suggest we have another referendum, I suppose this is something to look forward to. It would have been better to have a Rees-Mogg in the opposing chair though, as Corbyn will see this as a general election campaign opportunity. Regarding the EU, his heart isn’t in one place or another - he will nail May for poor leadership."
china

EVA Air Stripping Incident, Thailand Election Coming, & Hong Kong Update

"In Hong Kong, a move from the government to criminalize “insulting” the Chinese national anthem is underway. Thailand is having their first election since their military coup that took place five years ago. In Taiwan, EVA air is in a bit of a tizzle with an incident involving undressing a passenger on a flight." Writes Amos Joseph in this week's Asian News Roundup.
Taiwan

Three T’s of China: Taiwan

"Taiwan acted just like any other independent nation, unlike what some other superpower nations might have us believe, that it’s 'part of China.'"
War

What Makes a Just War?

"War is a terrible thing. It is commonly said that military action should be the last resort, yet it is not treated that way." On this anniversary of D-Day, let us remember the sacrifices made and the horrors face by those caught up in war, and the atrocities that inevitably follow its wake.
EU, Britain, France, Italy, Poland

UK and EU talk again, but France and Italy bicker

UK May goes back to EU again, but they’re still not budging Prime Minister Theresa May and the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, have...

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2A

The 2A is Not as Comprehensive as Some Would Like

"Ultimately, Heller recognized and confirmed that the 2A protects an individual right and not a collective right. That is not to say the 2A exists for the individual per se, but for its reference to militias to be valid, it must pertain to the individual."
freedom

Freedom Is Not Ability, And It Never Was

"The idea of economic freedom as is used by progressives is a bastardization of the term and one that attempts to conflate abilities and positive rights with negative ones."
drugs

A Letter to Oakland from Libertarians

"The Libertarian Party supports first-step solutions to failed policies of the past. The more than 50-year "war on drugs" must now be ended and admitted to being an abject failure to personal liberty..."