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How Washington’s Top Taiwan Specialist Embraced Separatist Party Leader and Opened a New Cross-Strait Crisis
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How Washington’s Top Taiwan Specialist Embraced Separatist Party Leader and Opened a New Cross-Strait Crisis
July 28, 2021

Known as “America’s leading Taiwan hand,” Richard C. Bush has helped preserve peace between Beijing and Taipei. But as Washington moved toward conflict, he suddenly shifted his position.

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel
July 28, 2021

The inexorable imperial rot will go on, a tawdry affair carrying no dramatic, aesthetic pathos worthy of a Gotterdammerung.

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel
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Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
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Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
July 22, 2021

Washington’s overarching motive and objective are to try to stymie China’s global economic growth and its strategic partnerships, Finian Cunningham writes.

Holding Onto the Cold War
July 21, 2021

The Biden administration is wrongly trying to present Russia and China as existential threats to Western democracy.  Too many pundits and the mainstream media describe Iran and North Korea similarly.

Holding Onto the Cold War
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Biden-Xi Summit Coming Into View
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Biden-Xi Summit Coming Into View
July 18, 2021

On Taiwan, Campbell flatly ruled out any hollowing out of the “one-China policy.” He said forcefully that while the US supports “a strong unofficial relationship” with Taiwan, there is no question of encouraging Taiwan’s independence. He admitted that it can be a delicate dangerous balance but felt it must be maintained.

On the Brink in 2026
July 16, 2021

It’s the summer of 2026, five years after the Biden administration identified the People’s Republic of China as the principal threat to U.S. security and Congress passed a raft of laws mandating a society-wide mobilization to ensure permanent U.S. domination of the Asia-Pacific region.

On the Brink in 2026
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China Mega Investment Deal With Iran Blows U.S. Out of the Picture
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China Mega Investment Deal With Iran Blows U.S. Out of the Picture
July 11, 2021

A new world in the East is amalgamating as a direct result of American’s delusional views about where it thinks it is in the world, Martin Jay writes.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 24
July 9, 2021

Globalization is being wound down so that western elites can reinforce control over their current zone of hegemony, Joaquin Flores. Tim discusses the article with the author.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 24
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