Tag: By-Pepe_Escobar

Why America’s revolution won’t be televised

The so far purely emotional insurrection lacks political structure and a credible leader to articulate grievances by Pepe Escobar June 3, 2020 Burning and/or looting Target or Macy’s is a minor diversion. No one is aiming at the Pentagon (or even the shops at… Continue Reading “Why America’s revolution won’t be televised”


Stranger things have happened. Everyone was expecting US President Donald Trump to go nuclear by de facto sanctioning China to death over Hong Kong. In an environment where Twitter and the President of the United States are now engaged in open warfare, the rule… Continue Reading “BEIJING SEES TRUMP’S HAND AND WON’T FOLD”

China: one country, two sessions, three threats

Getting back to domestic business quickly is essential for a renewed push on the grand chessboard by Pepe Escobar – May 22, 2020 The key takeaways of the Two Sessions of the 13th National People’s Congress in Beijing are already in the public domain.   In… Continue Reading “China: one country, two sessions, three threats”


Amid the deepest economic contraction in nearly a century, President Xi Jinping had already made it very clear, last month, that China should be ready for unprecedented, relentless foreign challenges He was not referring only to the possible decoupling of global supply chains and the… Continue Reading “CHINA FORGES AHEAD THROUGH CHAOS AND THREATS”

Why the New Silk Roads are a ‘threat’ to US bloc

The Middle East is the key to wide-ranging, economic, interlinked integration, and peace by Pepe Escobar January 24, 2020 Under the cascading roar of the 24/7 news cycle cum Twitter eruptions, it’s easy for most of the West, especially the US, to forget the… Continue Reading “Why the New Silk Roads are a ‘threat’ to US bloc”