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Behind a Made-For-TV Hong Kong Protest Narrative, Washington Is Backing Nativism and Mob Violence
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Behind a Made-For-TV Hong Kong Protest Narrative, Washington Is Backing Nativism and Mob Violence
August 19, 2019

Hong Kong’s increasingly xenophobic protests are devolving into chaos with help from US government regime change outfits and a right-wing local media tycoon with close ties to hardliners in Washington.

Hong Kong: Don’t Provoke the Dragon
August 18, 2019

The type of repression China imposed on Tibet and Muslim regions could be repeated in Hong Kong. There is absolutely nothing any of the world’s powers can do about it.

Hong Kong: Don’t Provoke the Dragon
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The Anglo-American Origins of Color Revolutions & NED
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The Anglo-American Origins of Color Revolutions & NED
August 17, 2019

Had Russia and China’s leadership not decided to unite in solidarity in 2012 when they began vetoing the overthrow of Bashar al Assad in Syria- followed by their alliance around the Belt and Road Initiative, then it is doubtful that the color revolution concept would be as well-known as it has become today.

Grave Danger Of China Collapse – With RPI’s Guest David Stockman
August 16, 2019

Trade war with US, Hong Kong protests showing no signs of slowing – is China on the verge of a collapse? If the collapse does come, what next? Are America’s fingerprints on the protests, as China claims?

Grave Danger Of China Collapse – With RPI’s Guest David Stockman
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Bulldog Britain Hears Master’s Voice
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Bulldog Britain Hears Master’s Voice
August 13, 2019

With the unscrupulous Johnson as prime minister and Britain’s post-Brexit desperation for American economic favors, the British bulldog will not merely be attentively hearing its master’s voice. It will be snapping and yapping to please too.

Hong Kong, Kashmir: a Tale of Two Occupations
August 7, 2019

Much to the distress of neocons and humanitarian imperialists, there won’t be a bloody mainland China crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong – a Tiananmen 2.0. Why? Because it’s not worth it.

Hong Kong, Kashmir: a Tale of Two Occupations
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One Country, Two Systems: a Pragmatic Model
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One Country, Two Systems: a Pragmatic Model
July 17, 2017

The “one country, two systems” model is not perfect, but it is a pragmatic and realistic approach to reunifying the mainland and Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau. It allows the two sides time (50 years or longer) to come up with solutions that could bridge the development gap – economic, political, social and cultural – between the three sides. What’s more, mainland China will never allow any of the three to declare official independence.

The Rightful Handover of Hong Kong
July 15, 2017

The Chinese President Xi Jinping, one of the greatest Leaders on the planet today, has quite rightly exposed the real agenda of the so-called «Umbrella» pro-Western democracy movement, that is pawns of larger anti-China forces trying to whip up unrest in Hong Kong to undermine the PRC.

The Rightful Handover of Hong Kong
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