China’s rise in trade, business and influence in Latin America has been comparatively ignored. But it is happening. It is real.
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.
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.
The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.
The Blue State has it all. And now therefore, it owns any future ‘breakages’ too, Alastair Crooke writes.
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.
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.
The “clarity” Taipei is seeking is unlikely to be rendered by Washington as the latter is only using Taiwan as a device against China.