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10 HOURS AGO - Zacks Investment Research

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15 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Gold Capped As Soros Warns Of “Threshold Of A Third World War”

Gold Capped As Soros Warns Of “Threshold Of A Third World War” - War "inevitable" if U.S. meddles in South China Sea - Global Times- Senior NATO official warns that "we'll probably be at war this summer”- Soros warns of ‘New World Order’ and war with China- Soros warns could be “on the threshold of a Third World War”- Many countries ...

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17 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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China Defends South China Sea Island Building Development

BEIJING (AP) — Responding to sharply-worded comments from the U.S. defense secretary, China on Thursday defended its building of artificial islands in the South China Sea and accused Washington of stirring up trouble in the economically vital region. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said no outside actors have the right to dictate to China in an area it claims as ...

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MAY 27, 2015 - Zero Hedge

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"New Silk Road" Part 2: Cold War Or Competition?

Submitted by Robert Berke via OilPrice.com, Part 2: Cold War or Competition on the New Silk Road. Note:In Part 1 of “The New Silk Road,” we examined the China’s plan for rebuilding the Silk Road, stretching from Europe to Asia. In Part 2, we look at currently proposed projects, and geopolitical rivalries that could stall and hamper progress. Silk Road ...

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MAY 27, 2015 - Zero Hedge

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Who Would Win A Conflict In The South China Sea: The Infographic

As regular readers are no doubt aware, the US and China are racing towards a maritime conflict stemming from Beijing’s construction of what Washington has condescendingly called “sand castles” in the Spratly archipelago.  Atop these man-made islands are cement plants, air strips, and soon-to-be lighthouses, as China boldly asserts its territorial claims on what are heavily-contested waters though which trillions ...

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