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How a Wise Decoupling May Be a Good Thing for Both China and the West
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How a Wise Decoupling May Be a Good Thing for Both China and the West
November 5, 2020

Unbeknownst to Kissinger, China’s leaders under the direction of Zhou Enlai, and his disciple Deng Xiaoping had a much longer-term strategic perspective than their western partners imagined.

Can You Smell What the Chinese Are Cooking?
October 30, 2020

Less than a week before the game-changing U.S. presidential election, the real heart of the geopolitical and action is invisible to the outside world.

Can You Smell What the Chinese Are Cooking?
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As U.S. Tensions Soar With China, Taiwan Fears Cannon Fodder Risk
World
As U.S. Tensions Soar With China, Taiwan Fears Cannon Fodder Risk
October 22, 2020

The “clarity” Taipei is seeking is unlikely to be rendered by Washington as the latter is only using Taiwan as a device against China.

Two Paradigms Clash: Offers for U.S.-China-Russia Partnership That Won WWII or Hellish Plunge Into WWIII
September 23, 2020

It is vital that President Trump tap into the better angels of America’s nature by firing Pompeo, and warmly embracing Putin’s offers for a P5 emergency summit before the clock strikes midnight, Matthew Ehret writes.

Two Paradigms Clash: Offers for U.S.-China-Russia Partnership That Won WWII or Hellish Plunge Into WWIII
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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
September 13, 2020

The Belt and Road Initiative, and strategic friendship established between Russia and China has re-awoken the forgotten vision of William Gilpin for a world of cooperating sovereign nation states.

Washington Signals End of One China Policy Towards War Footing
August 9, 2020

Even if Trump is replaced by Democrat rival Joe Biden in November’s election. There is an inexorable dynamic of conflict that stems from Washington’s perceived loss of global power to China.

Washington Signals End of One China Policy Towards War Footing
World
Washington’s Campaign Against China Could Lead to War
World
Washington’s Campaign Against China Could Lead to War
August 4, 2020

Pompeo has probably done more to bond and unify the people of China than has been achieved by any other foreign politician in recent years.

Neither Trump Nor Biden Really Matter to China or Russia
July 30, 2020

The logic of a waning American empire and the concomitant inherent belligerence to compensate for the perceived loss of U.S. global power are the issues to follow, not whether Trump or Biden clinch the dog-and-pony race to the White House.

Neither Trump Nor Biden Really Matter to China or Russia
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