Tag: Geopolitics

Here’s How Russia Can Lead Eurasia’s Consolidated Response to the Economic Crisis

28.07.2020 Andrew Korybko From a grand strategic perspective, balancing between BRI and the AAGC would enable Russia to participate in both mainland and maritime Eurasian integration processes, with an eye on facilitating the eventual convergence of these two in Afghanistan for the betterment of the continent’s security after that conflict inevitably ends,… Continue Reading “Here’s How Russia Can Lead Eurasia’s Consolidated Response to the Economic Crisis”


This past week has been a catastrophic seven days that shook America. Some of the debris may have fallen on President Donald Trump. Most importantly, the Trump administration has lost the plot on China The tragic Memorial Day murder of a black man, George… Continue Reading “TRUMP’S CHINA POLICY AT A CUL-DE-SAC”


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”


Judging by US foreign policy – China is a massive global threat – and by some accounts – the “top” threat. But a threat to what? AFP would report in its article, “Trump nominee to lead intel community sees China as top threat,” that:… Continue Reading “DRAWING BATTLE-LINES: US OPENLY TARGETS CHINA’S OBOR”

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”

Japan could carry the day in a US-China conflict

Japan’s military rise has been stealthy but strong and is increasingly concentrated on China’s perceived threat by Bertil Lintner When Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said last month that the Covid-19 pandemic was the biggest national crisis since World War II, it was widely… Continue Reading “Japan could carry the day in a US-China conflict”

Spy vs spy as China eyes US-Oz sea defense moves

China conducts deepwater surveys near secretive base US and Australian subs and ships use in South China Sea by Alan Boyd March 2, 2020 SYDNEY – China has stepped up its surveillance of strategic sea routes in the western Pacific only weeks after Australia… Continue Reading “Spy vs spy as China eyes US-Oz sea defense moves”


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”

China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do

Australia’s surprising call for an investigation into the origin of the coronavirus in China has provoked escalating threats of retaliation by China. China started with a warning that Australia’s position might spark a Chinese consumer boycott. It’s now threatening tariffs on Australian barley that would include a “dumping… Continue Reading “China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do”


US “deep state” operative Michael Rubin’s recent fear-mongering in “The National Interest” about how CPEC will supposedly facilitate the spread of COVID-19 throughout Pakistan is bound to fail because he lacks any credibility as an objective observer due to his professional credentials and thus… Continue Reading “THE NEOCONS’ COVID-19 FEAR-MONGERING WON’T DERAIL CPEC”