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Trump Risks China-Taiwan Conflict for Leverage in Trade War
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Trump Risks China-Taiwan Conflict for Leverage in Trade War
July 16, 2019

The Trump administration last week cut its fourth and biggest arms sale to Taiwan, sparking a furious condemnation from Beijing that the US was undermining its sovereignty and “grossly interfering in China’s internal affairs”.

Debunking the Indo-Pacific Myth
July 9, 2019

The rampant demonization of China, now a bipartisan sport across the Beltway, on occasion even more hysterical than the demonization of Russia, also features reports on China as a serial aggressor, politically, economically and militarily, and BRI as a geoeconomic tool to coerce China’s neighbors.

Debunking the Indo-Pacific Myth
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China Removes Its Ambassador From Canada, Decides Canucks Are Too Nuts Under Technocrat Trudeau Regime
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China Removes Its Ambassador From Canada, Decides Canucks Are Too Nuts Under Technocrat Trudeau Regime
June 21, 2019

With Canadian elections fast approaching and finding only anti-Chinese vitriol even among the Conservative Party, China has decided that Ambassador Lu can be more productive if re-deployed to France where greater opportunities for BRI-cooperation can be found.

Putin, Lavrov and Xi Call for an End to MAD. Lord Russell’s Spectre Frowns
June 16, 2019

While many foolishly celebrated the success of MAD with the collapse of the Soviet Union, others recognised the grand sleight of hand as NATO continued to expand even though its raison d’être had disappeared.

Putin, Lavrov and Xi Call for an End to MAD. Lord Russell’s Spectre Frowns
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Belt and Road Harmony – and Hostility
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Belt and Road Harmony – and Hostility
June 11, 2019

Although the Belt and Road Initiative brings opportunities to all countries, it will continue to be aggressively opposed by the US. There is harmony among BRI nations, but implacable hostility from Washington.

Fighting for Colonial Footprints: a Very British Thing
May 30, 2019

As can be seen with the recent UN General Assembly vote, colonialism and neo-colonialism are no longer popular but they continue to have their desperate supporters.

Fighting for Colonial Footprints: a Very British Thing
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The Polar Silk Road Comes to Life as a New Epoch in History Begins
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The Polar Silk Road Comes to Life as a New Epoch in History Begins
May 16, 2019

While the Belt and Road features two components (land and sea), the fact is that they are inextricably connected. Rails, ports and other civilization-building practices have given this design a power and flexibility to adapt to every nation’s chosen developmental pathways.

Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail
May 7, 2019

The Chinese initiative aims to offer to all the countries involved equal opportunities for development based not on military and/or economic power but on a real capacity to improve the well-being of all parties involved.

Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail
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