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Our forces in South Korea are stabilizing for Asia.» CBS News senior global affairs contributor and Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer also stressed China’s role in the region, calling China «the big winner» in the historic summit

After wrapping up a historic meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, President Trump told reporters on Tuesday he is halting the «war games»  consisting of joint military exercises with South Korea. He also said he wants to bring American...
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Chinese leaders believe the 75-year-old monk, who fled Tibet when the region was invaded by China in 1959, is scheming to attain political independence for his homeland. Tibet’s political status is an internal matter for China, authorities here argue, leaving no place for input from Washington. President Obama is believed to have declined a meeting with the Dalai Lama last October, to avoid tense relations with his Chinese counterparts before his first visit to China in November. In Beijing, China’s leaders reportedly urged the President to refrain from ever meeting with their Tibetan rival. Since that trip, relations between Beijing and Washington have gone steadily downhill. The long list of disputes kicked off in earnest at the Copenhagen climate change summit, when China and the U.S., the world’s carbon emissions giants, failed to find common ground. China then refused the Obama administration’s request to revalue its currency. That was followed by ongoing trade disputes on items ranging from steel to chicken. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton then publically backed Google in its stand against the Chinese government’s internet censorship. Beijing was incensed when the U.S. sold $6.4 billion of weaponry to Taiwan, a disputed region that China claims as its own. The White House tried to downplay Thursday’s closed-door meeting, choosing to release just a single photo of the event. But, the fact that the two men met at all was enough to anger Beijing. Nonetheless, there might never be a good time for a U.S. president to meet the Dalai Lama. Since George Bush Sr. was in office, each successive American leader has met the Tibetan, and each time, Chinese authorities have issued loud objections in response. So far, Sino-U.S. ties have weathered the inevitable storm that follows, and it is unlikely China will do much more to protest the Dalai Lama’s latest visit. That does not mean, however, that the issue has been resolved. For weeks, China’s state-controlled media have echoed the unhappiness of the government. «What would the U.S. government feel and do if Chinese leaders meet someone who has been carrying out activities for the independence of one of its states, say Alaska?» writes China Daily op-ed columnist Zhu Yuan, adding that President Obama «is giving the impression that he told lies or at least did not speak from the bottom of his heart when promising to promote Sino-U.S. relations.»

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believe that a preemptive strike against Iranian nuclear facilities is the preferred option.» Israeli defense officials said the Heron TP could be a useful tool against Iran, whose leaders have repeatedly called for the Jewish state’s destruction

The Heron TP drones have a wingspan of 86 feet, making them the size of Boeing 737 passenger jets and the largest unmanned aircraft in Israel’s military. The planes can fly at least 20 consecutive hours and are primarily used for surveillance and...
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