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Cease Confrontation With China. Concentrate on Trade and Global Development
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Cease Confrontation With China. Concentrate on Trade and Global Development
June 15, 2021

It would be better for the United States and for the world if the Biden administration realised that engagement is preferable to estrangement.

Insider View: The Tragedy of the U.S. Deep State
May 12, 2021

Pepe Escobar explains why Henry Kissinger must have lost the diplomatic plot.

Insider View: The Tragedy of the U.S. Deep State
World
European Double-Think Blames China for Endangering Peace
Editorial
European Double-Think Blames China for Endangering Peace
April 30, 2021

The double-think and double-standard are patently absurd. But dangerously absurd.

China Rises in Latin America as Sun Sets on the Monroe Doctrine
April 7, 2021

China’s rise in trade, business and influence in Latin America has been comparatively ignored. But it is happening. It is real.

China Rises in Latin America as Sun Sets on the Monroe Doctrine
World
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The Longer Telegram: To Contain China or the USA?
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The Longer Telegram: To Contain China or the USA?
March 14, 2021

The paper repeats the mistake inherent in all American thinking about the world, of inventing a rival that does not exist, and then positing strategies to deal with this fiction.

Burmese Days, Revisited
February 5, 2021

It will be fascinating to watch how the (Dis)United States will deal with post-coup Myanmar as part of their 24/7 “containment of China” frenzy.

Burmese Days, Revisited
World
Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
World
Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
February 2, 2021

The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.

Internecine and Existential Struggles in a Transformed World
January 25, 2021

The Blue State has it all. And now therefore, it owns any future ‘breakages’ too, Alastair Crooke writes.

Internecine and Existential Struggles in a Transformed World
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