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The U.S. ‘Longer Telegram’ Is Hostile Interventionism in China, Posing as Competition
Security
The U.S. ‘Longer Telegram’ Is Hostile Interventionism in China, Posing as Competition
October 18, 2021

Incumbents of the White House come and go, but U.S. security objectives do not alter course so readily, Alastair Crooke writes.

China Says U.S.-China War Is Imminent
October 13, 2021

America’s “special operations forces” might be killed when China sends its military forces into Taiwan so as to deal with the insurrection that’s now occurring in this province.

China Says U.S.-China War Is Imminent
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Anyone Who’d Support Going to War Over Taiwan Is a Crazy Idiot
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Anyone Who’d Support Going to War Over Taiwan Is a Crazy Idiot
October 10, 2021

Taiwanese independence is not worth fighting a world war that could kill millions, and potentially billions if things go nuclear. This should be extremely obvious to everyone.

The Human Costs of iPhones
September 29, 2021

Foxconn is the world’s largest industrial employer, with over 1 million workers, mostly based in China. This book focuses on working conditions in China: “Foxconn’s largest customer by far is Apple,” and “Apple’s success is intimately bound up with the production of quality products at high speed.”

The Human Costs of iPhones
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Is Afghanistan the First Domino to Fall?
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Is Afghanistan the First Domino to Fall?
August 22, 2021

It certainly looks like a domino that has been put in position poised to fall waiting for others to take their places in the line.

Can They Learn? Another US Wargame Defeat
August 8, 2021

The war game turned out to be a rather accurate predictor of the future

Can They Learn? Another US Wargame Defeat
Security
U.S. and Allies Ramp Up Reckless Provocations Towards China
Editorial
U.S. and Allies Ramp Up Reckless Provocations Towards China
August 6, 2021

Washington’s global ambitions are predicated totally on an adversarial agenda.

How Washington’s Top Taiwan Specialist Embraced Separatist Party Leader and Opened a New Cross-Strait Crisis
July 28, 2021

Known as “America’s leading Taiwan hand,” Richard C. Bush has helped preserve peace between Beijing and Taipei. But as Washington moved toward conflict, he suddenly shifted his position.

How Washington’s Top Taiwan Specialist Embraced Separatist Party Leader and Opened a New Cross-Strait Crisis
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