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Why Xi Won’t Repeat Ming Dynasty Mistakes
Editor's Сhoice
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.

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
Security
The Forgotten Judeo-Muslim-Christian Alliance and China’s Silk Road
History
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 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.

The Siren Call of a ‘System Leader’
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BRICS Summit Provides a Clear Alternative to Intellectual Mush of Cultural Relativism
Society
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.

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 Middle East’s New Post-Regime Change Future
Security
The Battle Over Hong Kong: New Silk Road or New World Order?
World
The Battle Over Hong Kong: New Silk Road or New World Order?
September 28, 2019

China has allied with a growing array of nations to create a comprehensive international program operating on every imaginable level of human activity which is essentially… creative.

Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
September 17, 2019

With President Trump’s long overdue firing of John Bolton on September 10th, a window into the battle between neocon zombies infesting the White House and Donald Trump was made visible once more.

Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
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