Documentary Review: The Fog of War, featuring Robert McNamara
Canada will ‘shortly’ see Spavor, second detained Canadian in China: Trudeau
NYC plan to diversify elite high schools challenged in court
China’s Economy Slows Sharply, in Challenge for Xi Jinping
US to impose visa ban on China officials denying access to Tibet
How the 'Five Eyes' cooked up the campaign to kill Huawei
US trade war spreading to China’s state-owned enterprises, warns senior government official
Two Koreas agree to hold groundbreaking ceremony for rail, road reconnection on December 26
Another Canadian is missing in China as apparent fallout from arrest of Huawei executive continues
61% of Filipinos believe that the U.S. will defend the Philippines should its traditional ally be invaded
Canada is seeking consular access to ex-diplomat detained in China
December 12, 1972: Nguyen Van Thieu offers an exchange of prisoners
U.S. weighs China travel advisory linked to Huawei case -sources
Former Canadian diplomat detained in China
December 11, 1965: Operation Harvest Moon
Japan to effectively change MSDF destroyer into aircraft carrier
Trump admin looks to counter China, Russia's growing power in Africa with new strategy
December 10, 1965: The Viet Cong would attempt to capture territory from the South Vietnamese army but would not attempt to hold it against the U.S. Marines.
US warns S. Korean workers will be furloughed if no deal reached on military cost-sharing
Japan to effectively block China telecom giants
Is this, or is this not, plain weird?
China summons US envoy over exec's detention
December 9, 1965: Q&A about the U.S. bombing campaign, from a press conference with Secretary of State Dean Rusk.
Japan-India 'Space Dialogue' to include surveillance sharing
China warns Canada of consequences if does not release Huawei CFO
December 8, 1965: From a report filed by British journalist James Cameron, about his recent visit to Hanoi.
December 7, 1966: U.S. activity against North Vietnamese coastal shipping
December 6, 1965: From a report by a British journalist about a recent visit to Hanoi
December 5, 1965: The contest for logistical superiority in South Vietnams "II Corps" region
North Korea and US hold secret Panmunjom meeting
Seoul voices concerns as more Chinese military aircraft spread their wings in South Korean air defence zone
December 4, 1965: A G.I. billet in Saigon is attacked by the Viet Cong - even more destruction had been planned
December 3, 1965: The U.S. has decided to intensify air strikes against Communist targets in southeastern Laos
Documentary review: Dear America - Letters Home from Vietnam
December 2, 1965: A clipping from a report on the aircraft carrier Enterprise becoming the first nuclear-powered ship ever to enter combat.
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December 1, 1965: With China and the Soviet Union pouring supplies into North Vietnam, pressure is mounting to bomb Haiphong harbor.
November 30, 1965: China has stepped up logistical support to North Vietnam, as they react to the U.S. troop buildup in South Vietnam
US sends guided-missile cruiser to South China Sea to challenge ‘excessive’ Chinese claims
November 29, 1965: Inaccurate assumptions led to getting caught in a trap
Japan mulls turning helicopter destroyer into F-35B carrier
US Navy sends ships through the Taiwan Strait a third time this year
Trump Is Expected To Extend U.S. Troops' Deployment To Mexico Border Into January
November 28, 1965: A South Vietnamese army regiment is virtually wiped out in a battle over a rubber plantation northwest of Saigon.
South Korean ports deal with North ‘could be step towards broader cooperation’ involving China
Spain rejects China's Silk Road plan
Documentary review: "Battle for Dien Bien Phu"
November 27, 1965: Never before, in any war, has so much construction work been planned for one country in so short a time.
Alibaba's Jack Ma is a Communist Party member, China state paper reveals
French Senate official arrested for 'North Korea spying': Sources
Mexico Will Deport Those Who Try To ‘Violently’ Enter US After US Shoots Tear Gas
Polish prime minister says US is only real guarantor of European security
November 25, 1965: Real Dedication
Washington Post: Human Smugglers Reward Migrants Who Bring Children to the Border
Border Migrants Will Stay In Mexico, For Now
November 24, 1965: Wounded G.I. Rescued by Helicopter After Hiding for a Week
U.N. grants sanctions exemption for inter-Korean railway survey
A review of the 2015 documentary "Last Days in Vietnam"
7 killed in attack on Chinese consulate in Karachi claimed by local terrorist group
November 23, 1965: An Answer for Linus Pauling
Hillary Clinton: Europe must curb immigration to stop rightwing populists
US voids 10-year multiple-entry visas for some Chinese researchers
November 22, 1965: The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee is decidedly with the camp calling for a more aggressive approach.
Gallup: Immigration Up Sharply as Most Important U.S. Problem
Former top DOD official Michael Vickers says U.S., China battling to control "industries of the future"
November 21, 1965: Two very different types of air war have developed in parallel.
With eyes on China, EU agrees investment screening rules
Tijuana Mayor Denounces ‘Horde’ Of Caravan Migrants, Calls For Swift Deportation
November 20, 1965: The North Vietnamese press agency reports that Ho Chi Minh had sent a letter to American physicist Linus Pauling.
Chinese tourists hold flag-raising ceremony on disputed island in South China Sea
November 19, 1965: Why was Ia Drang different from what preceded it?
November 18, 1965: The Ambush at Landing Zone Albany
November 17, 1965: Battle of Ia Drang aftermath
Why did the struggles between communist and capitalist states take such different trajectories in Korea and Vietnam?
Swalwell Suggests Nuking America if Gun Rights Supporters Were to Resist Gun Control Measures
North Korea proposes connecting int'l air routes over border with South Korea