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Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
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Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
July 22, 2021

Washington’s overarching motive and objective are to try to stymie China’s global economic growth and its strategic partnerships, Finian Cunningham writes.

Whither Afghanistan? Getting Out Is Harder Than Getting In
July 22, 2021

Given the lack of any deep thinking going on in the White House, Americans could easily find themselves in yet another Afghanistan.

Whither Afghanistan? Getting Out Is Harder Than Getting In
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Liquid Modernity
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Liquid Modernity
July 21, 2021

Wokeism radically challenges the system: “You have succeeded by virtue of your visible identity alone.”

Peru Gets Its First Socialist President, Pedro Castillo
July 20, 2021

The new government—led by teacher, unionist and peasant farmer Castillo—is expected to make many social and economic reforms in keeping with their promises of putting the people before profiteering, and domination by the United States.

Peru Gets Its First Socialist President, Pedro Castillo
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