Tag: Xi Jinping
Less than a week before the game-changing U.S. presidential election, the real heart of the geopolitical and action is invisible to the outside world.
The logic of a waning American empire and the concomitant inherent belligerence to compensate for the perceived loss of U.S. global power are the issues to follow, not whether Trump or Biden clinch the dog-and-pony race to the White House.
Russia is the only power with bona fides and credibility as an honest broker for resolving the India-China conflict.
It would be too much to expect Team Trump to learn from Gramscian analyses of Belt and Road, which demonstrate how the Chinese Dream – a Confucianist variant of neoliberalism – marks the evolution of China into a core production zone in the neoliberal world economy by profiting from the existing global legal structure.