Tag: Global-agenda

Asian century began in May 2020

Region has emerged as an economic zone as closely integrated as the European Union by David P. Goldman – May 21, 2020 Economic historians may date the start of the Asian century to May 2020, when most Asian economies bounced back to full employment… Continue Reading “Asian century began in May 2020”

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”

Trump bets the farm on Huawei equipment ban

US president opts for so-called nuclear option to stop Chinese telecom giant’s rollout of 5G mobile broadband by David Goldman – May 22, 2020 After a failed two-year campaign to stop China’s Huawei Technologies from leading the world’s rollout of 5G mobile broadband, the… Continue Reading “Trump bets the farm on Huawei equipment ban”

South Korea is the pivot in the Huawei wars

Restrictions on semiconductor sales to Chinese companies are ‘unacceptable’ to Seoul by David Goldman South Korea has told Washington that restrictions on semiconductor sales to Huawei and other Chinese companies are “unacceptable,” according to industry sources.  Seoul is trying to mediate between Beijing and… Continue Reading “South Korea is the pivot in the Huawei wars”

Anti-Huawei tech bans will hurt US more than China

Joy TanMay 19, 2020 Joy Tan is a Senior Vice President at Huawei Technologies U.S.A For the past year, the U.S. government has sought to disrupt Huawei Technologies’s ability to sell its fifth-generation, or 5G, technology and buy the components needed to produce it. Despite this… Continue Reading “Anti-Huawei tech bans will hurt US more than China”

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”

The case against a US-China ‘divorce’

The blame game on the origins of Covid-19 is fueling the rivalry between the two economic superpowers by Ken Moak March 19, 2020 Covid-19, which originated in China, added fuel to the US-China “big power competition” narrative with increasing numbers of people in the… Continue Reading “The case against a US-China ‘divorce’”


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”


“Go to China!”, a woman in Denver, Colorado, shouts at two hospital workers standing in front of her car to prevent her from taking part in a protest against the coronavirus lockdown. Her cry is a sign that President Trump is having some success… Continue Reading “DONALD TRUMP IS IGNITING A COLD WAR WITH CHINA TO WIN THE ELECTION”


“The aim of this film is to break a silence: the United States and China may well be on the road to war, and nuclear war is no longer unthinkable,” Pilger says in his 2016 documentary The Coming War on China, which you can watch free… Continue Reading ““THE COMING WAR ON CHINA”  –  WATCH JOHN PILGER’S POWERFULLY RELEVANT DOCUMENTARY”