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Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
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Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
July 27, 2019

Today the world has captured a second chance to revive the “great dream”. In the 21st century, this great dream has taken the form of the New Silk Road, led by Russia and China (and joined by a growing chorus of nations yearning to exit the invisible cage of colonialism).

Why Indian-Turkish Embrace of Russia’s S-400 Is So Important for Global Affairs
June 26, 2019

India and Turkey’s recent embrace of Russia’s advanced S-400 defense system represents a major turning point in the international battle now underway between two opposing paradigms of global affairs.

Why Indian-Turkish Embrace of Russia’s S-400 Is So Important for Global Affairs
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How the ‘Real’ America Is in Harmony With the Belt and Road Initiative
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How the ‘Real’ America Is in Harmony With the Belt and Road Initiative
April 28, 2019

The new rules proposed by Xi Jinping and expressed by the BRI’s political economic practices are exactly what the best American patriots fought for, Matthew Ehret argues.

China’s Belt and Road Continues to Win Over Europe While Technocrats Scream and Howl
April 20, 2019

The new model of development which has increasingly won over central, and eastern Eurasian countries as well as Greece and Italy have provided a breath of fresh air for citizens everywhere who are looking with despair upon a Trans-Atlantic system.

China’s Belt and Road Continues to Win Over Europe While Technocrats Scream and Howl
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The EU Bows to ‘Systemic Rival’ China
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The EU Bows to ‘Systemic Rival’ China
March 28, 2019

The New Silk Roads being re-connected to Italy after half a millennium will accelerate Euro-Asia integration, and even, in the long run, more influence for both the Eurasia Economic Union (EAEU) and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

One Country, Two Sessions, Multiple Tweaks
March 7, 2019

Prime Minister Li Keqiang’s report acknowledged that Beijing foresees “graver and more complex” risks and “both predictable and unpredictable” challenges, with the conclusion that China must be “prepared to fight tough battles” in 2019. It was undiluted realpolitik.

One Country, Two Sessions, Multiple Tweaks
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How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
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How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
February 15, 2019

Investors from ASEAN to Southwest Asia are increasingly convinced that China is the only game in town for new ideas and major capital investment, way ahead on 5G and just about every technology. Moreover, the Chinese have not yet commercialized all their advances. That’s something even Singapore, the “capital of Asia”, has not been able to crack.

Leaders of Asia and Europe Sit Down for Talks, not Sanctions
October 24, 2018

The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), established in 1996, lists 53 partners – 30 European nations, 21 Asian nations, the EU and the ASEAN Secretariat. Members, apart from the whole EU, include three BRICS nations (China, Russia, India), Japan, Australia and New Zealand – attesting to its importance.

Leaders of Asia and Europe Sit Down for Talks, not Sanctions
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