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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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The Trade War Is About to Become an Economic World War III
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The Trade War Is About to Become an Economic World War III
June 13, 2019

For many years I have examined how wars of all types have been used by the money elite to distract the masses and maintain a certain level of influence over social and political systems. But war is not only a useful tool for keeping the status quo. Some wars, particularly world wars, are often catalyzed and exploited by those with a globalized agenda as a way to change the way civilizations function and think. The goal? To influence the masses to abandon their attachments to concepts like individualism, nationalism, free markets and sovereignty, and to embrace collectivism and total globalization.

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.

Belt and Road Harmony – and Hostility
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Trump’s Shambolic Japan Visit and America’s Decline
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Trump’s Shambolic Japan Visit and America’s Decline
June 2, 2019

Donald Trump’s shambolic and divisive visit to Japan last weekend was yet another highlight in the growing picture of America’s decline as a nation of power and influence in Asia.

A Summer of Confrontation Looms in the South China Sea
April 23, 2019

It is obvious that the US armed forces are gearing up for a summer of confronting China, and that this is going to be effected on land, by sea, and in the air. But provocation cannot be accepted indefinitely.

A Summer of Confrontation Looms in the South China Sea
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Taiwan, the BRI and the Geopolitical Chessboard
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Taiwan, the BRI and the Geopolitical Chessboard
April 6, 2019

Entering the next decade, what would constitute a sort of nuclear option would be for Russia to divert to China most of the natural resources sold to the West, whose retribution is packages of sanctions, while importing from China the advanced technologies required for Russia.

Pentagon Obsession: China, China, China
April 1, 2019

There’s no question the Chinese leadership, not exactly adept at state of the art Hybrid War techniques, is studying the Russian military strategies in excruciating detail.

Pentagon Obsession: China, China, China
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