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Battle of the Ages to stop Eurasian integration
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Battle of the Ages to stop Eurasian integration
January 20, 2020

Hybrid War techniques – carrying inbuilt 24/7 demonization – will proliferate with the aim of containing China’s “threat,” Russian “aggression” and Iran’s “sponsorship of terrorism.” The myth of the “free market” will continue to drown under the imposition of a barrage of illegal sanctions, euphemistically defined as new trade “rules.”

Cracks Appear in U.S.-China “Détente” Deal
January 17, 2020

On Wednesday, Vice-Premier Lui He finally signed the limited agreement in the White House under the gaze of US President Donald Trump. But even before the ink was dry, cracks were starting to appear in this latest incarnation of détente.

Cracks Appear in U.S.-China “Détente” Deal
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A Terrorist Attack Against Eurasian Integration
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A Terrorist Attack Against Eurasian Integration
January 6, 2020

No drone-launched missiles will be enough to save the U.S. from decades of foreign-policy errors and their associated horrors; nor will they be enough to extinguish the memory of a hero’s tireless struggle against imperialism and terrorism.

Can China’s Long March 4 Revive the Spirit of JFK and Defuse Space Force?
January 4, 2020

China’s successful launch of its Long March 5 Rocket was a reminder of humanity’s true mission and higher nature as a species of reason and discovery which came at just the right moment as China/US tensions have fallen to new lows in recent months.

Can China’s Long March 4 Revive the Spirit of JFK and Defuse Space Force?
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You Say You Want a (Russian) Revolution?
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You Say You Want a (Russian) Revolution?
December 27, 2019

Andrei Martyanov’s latest book provides unceasing evidence about the kind of lethality waiting for U.S. forces in a possible, future war against real armies (not the Taliban or Saddam Hussein’s).

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
December 25, 2019

After 18 months of on-off diplomacy with North Korea, the Trump administration seems determined to jettison the fragile talk about peace, reverting to its earlier campaign of “maximum pressure” and hostility.

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
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Canadian Opposition Parties Fill Anti-China Void Left by Freeland’s Ouster
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Canadian Opposition Parties Fill Anti-China Void Left by Freeland’s Ouster
December 18, 2019

The major political parties of Canada don’t agree on much, but they have found common ground on one policy: China is evil and any collaboration with this tyranny is an assault on Canadian values.

What a tougher EU means for Asia
December 12, 2019

New EU leadership vows to use ‘language of power’ to push more forcefully bloc’s trade and security agendas.

What a tougher EU means for Asia
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