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The Sun Never Sets: Why Modi’s Green BRI Doppelganger Is Doomed to Fail
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The Sun Never Sets: Why Modi’s Green BRI Doppelganger Is Doomed to Fail
June 7, 2020

The British Empire’s still-active controlling hand has more to do with the mantra than the presence of the sun’s rays on the earth, Matthew Ehret writes.

Why Xi Won’t Repeat Ming Dynasty Mistakes
May 14, 2020

All of the above explains quite a few things. How Xi Jinping and the current leadership did their homework. Why China won’t pull a Ming remix and retreat again. Why and how the overland Silk Road and the Maritime Silk Road are being revived.

Why Xi Won’t Repeat Ming Dynasty Mistakes
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
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Philippine Patriots Say ‘No to WWIII’ and ‘Yes to the New Silk Road’
February 23, 2020

As long as true economic development and long-term thinking drives all discussion of bilateral relationships, then a new age of peace and cooperation for all nations under a multipolar world order may yet occur.

No Weapon Left Behind: The American Hybrid War on China
February 21, 2020

On the surface, coronavirus is a dream bio-weapon for those fixated on wreaking havoc across China and praying for regime change.

No Weapon Left Behind: The American Hybrid War on China
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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.”

Trials and Tribulations of Central Asia Integration
December 6, 2019

Essentially, Central Asia should think eastwards – in an SCO/ASEAN symbiosis, keeping in mind the role Singapore developed for itself as a global hub.

Trials and Tribulations of Central Asia Integration
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The Middle East’s New Post-Regime Change Future
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The Middle East’s New Post-Regime Change Future
November 1, 2019

With the transformation of the rules of the “Great Game” in the Middle East, a sweeping set of development / reconstruction programs led by China now have a chance to become hegemonic across the formerly hopeless, terrorist-infested region.

The Art of the Flank: India and Other Asian Nations Join the Polar Silk Road
October 15, 2019

The best partnerships occur when all participants have special talents to bring to the relationship which makes a whole more powerful than the sum of its parts.

The Art of the Flank: India and Other Asian Nations Join the Polar Silk Road
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