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Pepe Escobar: Eurasian emporium or nuclear war?

A high-level European diplomatic source has confirmed to Asia Times that German chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has vigorously approached Beijing in an effort to disrupt its multi-front strategic partnership with Russia.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.04.2015


 

U.S. Asian, European «Allies» Pivot away from Washington

President Barack Obama’s much-heralded «Pivot to Asia» lies in tatters as European and Asian «allies» of the United States march away from the heavily U.S.-influenced Asian Development Bank (ADB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF), as well as the American-led World Bank, to join China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)... The world is recognizing that the era of «Pax Americana» is now over. Taking its place is a new «Pax Sinica» bolstered by support from the BRICS alliance and China’s new partners in the AIIB and New Development Bank.

Wayne MADSEN | 01.04.2015


 

Latin America, China and USA

...China has been cooperating with Latin America in the field of space research for many years. Chinese state-owned company China Great Wall Industry Corporation and the Venezuelan government have signed an agreement to build and deliver into orbit Venezuela's third satellite. It’ll be used for intelligence gathering... China plans to build an antenna for deep space observation in Argentina's southern Patagonia region in Neuquen province. It also takes part in the Latin American effort to boost its defense capability. Chinese experts help Venezuela to produce drones for monitoring the Amazonian region...

Nil NIKANDROV | 29.03.2015


 

America's AIIB Disaster: Are There Lessons to be Learned?

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 19.03.2015


 

Could the US Be Mongolia’s Only ‘Third Neighbour’?

In many ways, Mongolia’s role in international relations and the global economy is determined by its location in the heart of Asia, the country’s impressive mineral reserves (copper, coal, molybdenum, tin, tungsten and gold), its common border with two Euroasian giants – Russia and China, and the fact that Mongolia is a natural transport link in the construction of overland routes between Europe and the Asia-Pacific Region as alternatives to the sea route through the Suez Canal...

Vladislav GULEVICH | 12.03.2015


 

FIVE EYES Neo-colonialism in the Pacific Region

The recent revelations from the documents provided by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden that the NSA’s two Pacific partners, the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) and Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) conduct wholesale eavesdropping on the communications of the island nations of the Pacific may not be “news” but the reaction to the surveillance by regional leaders points to the neo-colonialism practiced by the NSA’s FIVE EYES intelligence partners...

Wayne MADSEN | 10.03.2015


 

World Public Debt – Main Destabilizer of Global Economy

Winding up the discussions launched by the articles A Panorama of Global Debt and Global Debt: The Tip and the Bulk of the Iceberg, it’s important to focus on the conclusions offered by the authors of McKinsey consulting company’s report. They say that the world public debt has become the main factor to cause the destabilization of global financial and economic situation. It’s necessary to look for ways to slow down the debt growth, if not reduce it. The first wave of world crisis was mainly provoked by fast growth of financial sector, corporative and household debt. The second wave will probably be caused by the increase of national debts. 

Valentin KATASONOV | 10.03.2015


 

China and Russia vs. the United States?

The rising tensions between Russia and the West, especially the United States, over Ukraine provide a constant reminder of the Cold War, when the two superpowers fought proxy conflicts for spheres of influence. A key question in the current game of great power politics is whether China and Russia will form an alliance against the United States?

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 04.03.2015


 

China Sides with Russia over Ukraine Issue

When it comes to the Ukraine proxy war, which started in earnest just about one year ago with the violent coup that overthrew then president Yanukovich and replaced him with a local pro-US oligarch, there has been no ambiguity who the key actors were: on the left, we had the west, personified by the US, the European Union, and NATO in general; while on the right we had Russia. In fact, if there was any confusion, it was about the role of that other “elephant in the room” – China.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 04.03.2015


 

A Panorama of Global Debt

In February 2015, the well-known consulting firm McKinsey published a report on the global debt situation as of 2014. The report is called «Debt and (not much) deleveraging» and is based on data from 47 countries around the world. These include the majority of economically developed countries and the largest developing countries... It is noteworthy that the debt levels of ‘golden billion’ countries (so-called economically developed countries) are significantly higher than those of the majority of developing countries...

Valentin KATASONOV | 23.02.2015




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West and Soros Rely on «Extreme Balkanization» to Prevent Turkish Stream Pipeline

The Obama administration interventionists, content in the knowledge that they have, at least, another year-and-a-half remaining in power, have decided to resort to extreme ethnic-based Balkanization to throw up a road block to the Russian "Turkish Stream" pipeline that is to bring natural gas from Russia through Turkey and into Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, and Hungary.  The Obama administration has set about to foment another "color revolution," this time in Macedonia...

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