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The Eastern Economic Forum Accelerates a Grand Strategy of Win-Win Cooperation
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The Eastern Economic Forum Accelerates a Grand Strategy of Win-Win Cooperation
September 8, 2021

One can only hope that wiser forces among the nations of the west (and those among the global south trying to foolishly operate within two opposing worlds) will recognize which future is worth living in, Matt Ehret writes.

Russia Wants to be Relevant, Feels Squeezed by China and Other Popular Delusions of a Dying Technocracy
June 25, 2021

Can Putin consolidate some important anti-nuclear war mechanisms in order to lower the tension of war sufficiently to navigate through the stormy waters ahead or is it already too late?

Russia Wants to be Relevant, Feels Squeezed by China and Other Popular Delusions of a Dying Technocracy
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Washington’s Delusion of Endless World Dominion
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Washington’s Delusion of Endless World Dominion
March 24, 2021

By now, the inherent strength of Beijing’s geopolitical strategy should be obvious to Washington foreign policy experts, were their insights not clouded by imperial hubris.

What Europe Can Do to Avoid WWIII? Say ‘No!’ Now to Its Start
January 24, 2020

If EU breaks away from US and joins with the rest of the Eurasian continent instead, at least the possibility will exist for avoiding a hellish future of continued and accelerating vassalage to the US regime for the entire world.

What Europe Can Do to Avoid WWIII? Say ‘No!’ Now to Its Start
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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.”

Thinking Fast and Slow: Why the West Cannot See the Rise of Russia and China
July 17, 2019

Why do Western leaders, pundits and academics all continue to despise the remarkable progress in economic and strategic cooperation being made between Russia and China and with their neighbors?

Thinking Fast and Slow: Why the West Cannot See the Rise of Russia and China
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The End of Russia’s Occidental Era (for Now)
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The End of Russia’s Occidental Era (for Now)
February 19, 2019

For now while what the West does in relation to Russia and others will still matter very much to most Russians, especially as regards Ukraine. There the rise to power of an outright ultra-nationalist regime could mean another Russian-Western ‘Crimean’ war. However, what the West thinks of Russia will matter very little. Russia has for now cut its cultural and identity umbilical cord with the West. It is Eurasia and China bound.

The $10 Trillion Investment Plan to Integrate the Eurasian Supercontinent
December 8, 2017

The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), by lending out money using an alternative currency to the dollar, opens up huge spaces for investment and the strategic transformation of the region.

The $10 Trillion Investment Plan to Integrate the Eurasian Supercontinent
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