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World View: Generational Dynamics 2019 Forecast: The Camel Versus the Can

Contents: Generational Dynamics 2019 Forecast: The Camel versus the Can; Separatist violence in India’s Kashmir and Jammu; The Mideast – increasing ethnic and secular tensions; Russia’s existential threats to Ukraine; North Korea continues nuclear weapons development; China continues to prepare for war; Preparations for a global pandemic; Stock market bubble continues; U.S. debt continues to become increasingly unsustainable; The future of Generational Dynamics

Kashmiri men carry coffin of Shujaat Bukhari, the slain editor-in-chief of the Srinagar based English language daily newspaper Rising Kashmir, during his funeral procession at Kreeri, 40 Kilometres (25 miles) from Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, June 15, 2018. The Committee to Protect Journalists is urging Indian authorities to investigate …

Veteran Journalist Gunned Down in Kashmir

52-year-old journalist Shujaat Bukhari — founder and editor of the English-language daily paper Rising Kashmir — was reportedly murdered by three motorcycle-riding gunmen outside his office in the city center of Lal Chowk on Thursday evening.

16 killed as fighting rages across Indian Kashmir

Unrest in Kashmir Fuels Violent Protests, Beheading, Travel Restrictions, Gunfights

Indian-administered Kashmir is facing widespread unrest involving violent clashes between student protesters and Indian police, the beheading of a man by Pakistan-linked terrorists, and deadly gunfights pitting security forces against militants, all of which ultimately prompted authorities to impose travel restrictions.

This photo taken on December 23, 2016 shows Chinese J-15 fighter jets being launched from the deck of the Liaoning aircraft carrier during military drills in the Yellow Sea, off China's east coast. Taiwan's defence minister warned on December 27 that enemy threats were growing daily after China's aircraft carrier …

Report: China ‘Upgrading’ Military Technology to Face Threat from India

China is “upgrading” its military theater command that covers operations at or near its border with India as it prepares to confront and repel “any threat” from the south, a Chinese armed forces specialist told the communist nation’s propaganda newspaper the Global Times.