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The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
History
The Historic Clash of Two Opposing Geopolitical Paradigms
September 13, 2020

The Belt and Road Initiative, and strategic friendship established between Russia and China has re-awoken the forgotten vision of William Gilpin for a world of cooperating sovereign nation states.

Lebanon: Pearl on the New Silk Road or Zone of Dark Age Chaos
August 16, 2020

Matthew Ehret shares an insight which addresses a too-often-overlooked aspect of the role of Lebanon in the Great Game.

Lebanon: Pearl on the New Silk Road or Zone of Dark Age Chaos
Security
The Fall of Plahotniuc and a New Hope for Moldova
Security
The Fall of Plahotniuc and a New Hope for Moldova
July 12, 2020

Regardless of whether or not Plahotniuc is extradited sooner or later, the game is most certainly up, and beginning in late 2019, Moldova began to reclaim its ancient heritage as a keystone in China’s East-West Silk Road.

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

The Forgotten Judeo-Muslim-Christian Alliance and China’s Silk Road
February 12, 2020

Matthew Ehret takes a novel approach to the anomalous matter of Khazaria and the broader role of Judaism in world history.

The Forgotten Judeo-Muslim-Christian Alliance and China’s Silk Road
History
The Siren Call of a ‘System Leader’
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The Siren Call of a ‘System Leader’
February 12, 2020

A jump cut to the young 21st century shows that the initiative, historically, is once again on the side of China, across the Heartland and lining up the Rimland. World-changing, game-changing enterprises don’t originate in the West anymore – as has been the case from the 16th century up to the late 20th century.

BRICS Summit Provides a Clear Alternative to Intellectual Mush of Cultural Relativism
November 18, 2019

The new paradigm is not based on a passive co-existence of parts as they are managed by a Hobbesian Leviathan, but rather on the commitment to common goals and principles of progress which all participating cultures aspire to.

BRICS Summit Provides a Clear Alternative to Intellectual Mush of Cultural Relativism
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