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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
History
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.

The South China Sea: What’s Really at Issue
September 9, 2020

The U.S. and its allies are today’s imperialistic fascists, and the U.N. can do nothing against them, Eric Zuesse writes.

The South China Sea: What’s Really at Issue
Security
Territorial Disputes of Japan
INFOGRAPHICS
Territorial Disputes of Japan
August 31, 2020

During the tenure of outgoing Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe hopes were high that he would be able to resolve some of the territorial disputes between Japan and its neighbors. That did not happen. Let’s have a look at the legacy Abe will leave to his successor.

China and the U.S.: The 21st Century’s ‘Great Game’
August 22, 2020

The Chinese strategy is “area denial”: keeping American aircraft carriers at arm’s length. To this end, Beijing has illegally seized numerous small islands and reefs in the South China Sea to create a barrier to the US Navy.

China and the U.S.: The 21st Century’s ‘Great Game’
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Washington Signals End of One China Policy Towards War Footing
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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.

Should China be Part of Arms Control Talks?
July 24, 2020

In June 2020, Washington and Moscow resumed talks on renewing the New START Treaty limiting long-range nuclear weapons. If the treaty, due to expire in February 2021, is not prolonged or replaced, there are fears of a new global arms race breaking out.

Should China be Part of Arms Control Talks?
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Australia Pours Money Into Insane US War Games Yet Won’t Support Its Own Citizens
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Australia Pours Money Into Insane US War Games Yet Won’t Support Its Own Citizens
July 23, 2020

My real government lies not in Canberra but in Washington, and in the US government agencies and their allied plutocrats who pull its strings.

Pandemic and Hair Trigger Flash Points: an Explosive Situation
July 21, 2020

All the plans of nations large and small to prevent a repeat of the so-called Spanish flu of 1918, which ravaged the battlefield trenches of France, have largely proven ineffective.

Pandemic and Hair Trigger Flash Points: an Explosive Situation
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