USA: A Look at the Past and Possible Future of ‘the Draft’

The United States military has been all-volunteer since 1973. But an act of Congress could still reinstate the draft in case of a national emergency. Photo: Paratroopers load aircraft bound for the U.S. Central Command area of operations from Fort […]

YouTube blocks John Lee Ka-chiu’s account

John Lee Ka-chiu, candidate for Hong Kong’s leadership, had his channel removed to ‘comply with U.S. sanctions’ Photo: Former Hong Kong Chief Secretary for Administration and Chief Executive election candidate John Lee, leaves at the electoral affairs office after submitted […]

Eileen Gu: Navigating two cultures, judged by both of them

Unlike the recent ‘stories’ about the tennis player and the figure skater, Ms Gu is thankfully in a position to speak out against the West’s quasi-political media obsession with these young, female athletes. Photo: Silver medal winner China’s Eileen Gu […]

US: The F-35 fighter jet is one step closer to carrying nuclear bombs

Are these plans included in Climate Change goals? The U.S. plans to produce 480 B61-12s from fiscal 2022-2025 as part of their $634 billion nuclear modernization plan. Photo: An F-35A Lightning II carrying a B61-12 Joint Test Assembly sits on […]