Joshua Paulo

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Joshua Paulo serves as Atlas's Director of News, combining a Criminal Justice degree and a background in public service and International Relations. Boasting years of experience in analysis and journalism, he now spearheads a team of professionals committed to delivering unbiased reporting to provide the public and private sector with accurate and insightful information.
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South Korean PPP Leader Rejects President’s Request to Step Down

People Power Party (PPP) interim Chair Han Dong-hoon said Monday that he has rejected a request from President Yoon Suk Yeol to step down, giving rise to signs of infighting in the ruling party. Han Rejects the Request: Han told reporters,...

Taiwanese Elections: The Candidates and The Future

January 13 - Election Day: On Saturday the people of Taiwan will go to the polls to vote for the future of their nation. With polls showing an incredibly tight race, the results will surely have regional and worldwide impacts...

Japan Earthquake Update

As of January 4, Japanese authorities report 78 dead and 51 missing as rescuers and emergency workers continue to shift through the rubble caused by the 7.5-magnitude earthquake in Western Japan. Over 330 people have been injured, with at...

Hong Kong Activist Skips Bail, Announces Stay in Canada

Police in Hong Kong vowed on Friday to bring pro-Democracy activist Agnes Chow Ting to justice after she announced she will not be returning to Hong Kong to face trial for charges related to the 2019 pro-democracy protests in...

Japan’s Kishida Rumored To Replace Cabinet Amid Unreported Funds Scandal

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida may be looking to remove at least four senior Cabinet members from his predecessor's faction in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party amid a deepening political funds scandal. Allegations have surfaced against Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu...

Second Naval Confrontation Between China and Philippines in Two Days

The December 10 Incident: A day after a violent confrontation between Chinese and Filipino ships, tensions in the region continue to escalate as another incident on Sunday drew a Chinese ship to fire water cannons on Philippine resupply vessels, ramming...

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