Saudi Arabia, Iran and Japan take strong measures to contain the spread of CoronaVirus Covid-19, as various international health organizations are hinting towards a epidemic.
Author: Observer Desk
Turkey have Launched Military Campaign in Northern Syria
As Turkish military launches a military incursion into northern Syria, Turkey could possibly face sanctions from the Western countries, including EU members.
Is Russia Becoming a Potent Power in Asia Pacific?
Regional analysts and observers believe Russia’s growing military presence and adventurism hint to this direction.
Attack on Saudi Arabia’s Oil Facilities Sparked Huge Fire
The targets includes the world's largest oil processing facility. USA blames Iran for the attacks.
Chinese Military Vehicles Moving into Hong Kong
The moves, which are officially describe as scheduled rotation, come after months of anti-government protests in Hong Kong and days ahead of the next scheduled protests.
British Queen Approves PM’s Advice to Suspend Parliament Earlier
The move limits the time opponent MPs have to pass laws to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Here’s why China can’t Accuse India of Rights Violations in Kashmir
Contrary to Pakistan's expectation, some allegations of rights violations against China keep the Chinese officials away from accusing India of any human rights violation in Kashmir.
India Scraps ‘Kashmir’s Special Status under Article 370’
Article 370, which gave near-autonomous powers to Indian-administered-Kashmir, served as the foundation for Kashmir joining India more than 70 years ago.
Fall of Iranian Regime very much Possible
After IRGC’s terror designation, a window of opportunity has opened for regime change in Iran. If the Iranian people could now be organized and led by a force in the ground (coupled with International isolation), the collapse of the Regime could be precipitated.
A Missed-Chance of Iran Regime Collapse
Had IRGC been weakened way earlier by global economic isolation, the public protests last year might have forced Iranian Regime further into domestic isolation. In the face of dual pressures from its own people and the international community, the Regime would then have collapsed.