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Trump’s Attack on Huawei Could Shatter US Monopoly on Operating Systems
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Trump’s Attack on Huawei Could Shatter US Monopoly on Operating Systems
May 24, 2019

There is absolutely no doubt that building and popularizing an OS is a herculean feat, but if you haven’t noticed Huawei and today’s China are pretty darn strong and may just be up to the task.

Prime Minister May and the Huawei Scandal
May 7, 2019

Last Wednesday, Senior U.K. Cabinet ministers were hauled before a leak inquiry to determine who was responsible for the unprecedented reporting of highly secret discussions concerning national security. Gavin Williamson was found to be guilty by an investigation of Theresa May’s instigation. Her letter to Williamson was not unambiguous – it categorically stated he was guilty. There was no margin for misunderstanding. As Williamson heads to the backbenches, May has made a new enemy – one who was a party whip – with all the secrets that role comes with.

Prime Minister May and the Huawei Scandal
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Britain Has Gone to the Dogs. Assange, Brexit and Call-Centre Journalism from BBC All Symptoms of a Failed State
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Britain Has Gone to the Dogs. Assange, Brexit and Call-Centre Journalism from BBC All Symptoms of a Failed State
April 22, 2019

Britain, battered and lost, a nation defeated and drowning in its own effluent of self-deprecation and doubt, had little choice to do what is was told as a client state of the US.

The Case of Meng Wanzhou: American Sheriffs Acting Outside of Their Jurisdictions
December 14, 2018

Meng’s arrest shreds the trade war truce agreed to by Trump and Xi in Buenos Aires. Making matters worse, Trump was dining with Xi at the very same time that Meng was arrested in Canada.

The Case of Meng Wanzhou: American Sheriffs Acting Outside of Their Jurisdictions
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US & Canada Violate International Law with the Arrest of Chinese Huawei Exec
US & Canada Violate International Law with the Arrest of Chinese Huawei Exec
December 13, 2018

Col. Larry Wilkerson explains that it's not the Chinese Huawei executive that violated law when circumventing US sanctions, but it is the US that violates them by imposing sanctions that were never agreed to on an international level.

The War on Huawei
December 12, 2018

The Trump administration's conflict with China has little to do with US external imbalances, closed Chinese markets, or even China’s alleged theft of intellectual property. It has everything to do with containing China by limiting its access to foreign markets, advanced technologies, global banking services, and perhaps even US universities.

The War on Huawei
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In the South Pacific, the ANZUS Squawk Is ‘the Chinese are coming!’
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In the South Pacific, the ANZUS Squawk Is ‘the Chinese are coming!’
April 24, 2018

On November 4, 2018, an independence referendum will be held in New Caledonia. Right-wing parties, representing the French colonial interests, have warned an independent New Caledonia may go the way of Vanuatu, the implication being that the Chinese may be welcomed to the new nation.

Analysis: Aims and Implications of China’s Military Involvement in Syria
December 2, 2017

China is deploying troops to train, advice and assist in Syria. The decision comes after Syrian Presidential Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Nov.24.

Analysis: Aims and Implications of China’s Military Involvement in Syria
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