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In 2018 the U.S. Was at War With Uyghur Terrorists. Now It Claims They Don’t Even Exist
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In 2018 the U.S. Was at War With Uyghur Terrorists. Now It Claims They Don’t Even Exist
May 5, 2021

While the change in status might seem inconsequential, it could be a harbinger of a dangerous future. The East Turkestan Islamic Movement was placed on the list because of the War on Terror. Now it has been taken off because of the coming war on China.

Nuclear Climate Change: Washington Heats Things Up
May 4, 2021

We have been moved yet another step closer to planetary destruction, Brian Cloughley writes.

Nuclear Climate Change: Washington Heats Things Up
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European Double-Think Blames China for Endangering Peace
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European Double-Think Blames China for Endangering Peace
April 30, 2021

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

Focusing Purely on Injustices in China and Russia With a Cold War Mindset Damages Human Rights Everywhere
April 27, 2021

Western governments and media unrelentingly criticise China for the persecution of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, but there is scarcely a mention of the repression of Kashmiri Muslims in Indian-controlled Kashmir.

Focusing Purely on Injustices in China and Russia With a Cold War Mindset Damages Human Rights Everywhere
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A Tightening Circle of Replacement Politics
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A Tightening Circle of Replacement Politics
April 26, 2021

It seems that ‘the team’ wants both to wage 5th generation war and to demand (and expect) cooperation from its ‘adversaries’, Alastair Crooke writes.

Will Canada Be a Bridge of Cooperation Or a Platform for War in the 21st Century
April 25, 2021

Canada could play the role of intermediary and diplomatic bridge both for the benefit of its own citizens and the wellbeing of the world as a whole, Matt Ehret writes.

Will Canada Be a Bridge of Cooperation Or a Platform for War in the 21st Century
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A Middle East in Motion
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A Middle East in Motion
April 19, 2021

U.S. sanctions are easily done, but not easily undone – even temporarily. Lifting them completely is institutionally almost impossible.

Australia Buries Afghan War Crimes, Toes U.S. Hostile Line on China
April 15, 2021

The issue of war crimes in Afghanistan renders the Australian government morally compromised in serving as America’s cheerleader, Finian Cunningham writes.

Australia Buries Afghan War Crimes, Toes U.S. Hostile Line on China
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