US trade war with China – desperate move to save western empire

By Andre Vltchek Most of those who have had a chance to witness Chinese internationalist mega-projects, clearly understand that the West is near to collapsing; it will never be able to compete with tremendous enthusiasm and progressive spirit of the most populous country on earth, which on top of it, is built on socialist principles … Continue reading US trade war with China – desperate move to save western empire

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It is India vs China amid upheaval in Sri Lankan politics

By Gunjan Singh The recent political turmoil in Sri Lanka brings to the surface the debate on domestic issues vis-à-vis South Asian geopolitics. The turmoil has roots in a suspected plot to assassinate President Maithripala Sirisena by some cabinet ministers. Because of this, Sirisena fired his prime minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, and appointed former president Mahinda Rajapaksa … Continue reading It is India vs China amid upheaval in Sri Lankan politics

Economics, not ‘security,’ likely fueling nuclear arms race

By Ken Moak The US starting an arms race with China and Russia might be motivated by economics, in that defense industries are a major part of the US economy. According to the US Department of Commerce, defense industries account for nearly 15% the economy, employ millions of people and are a major revenue generator. … Continue reading Economics, not ‘security,’ likely fueling nuclear arms race

The NATO/EU Rape of ‘Complex’ Macedonia

ALEKSANDAR PAVIC In an interview for the Russia-1 television channel, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov revealed that he had raised the question of egregious Western meddling into Macedonia’s recent (September 30) referendum and parliamentary voting (October 19) to push through changes to the country’s name and constitution in order accelerate its accession to NATO (and, much later, … Continue reading The NATO/EU Rape of ‘Complex’ Macedonia

Erdogan a threat to US effort to contain Iran

Washington needs to find a way to tone down the Turkish president's assault on the Saudis, which could undermine the push to restrict Iran in Syria, Iraq and Yemen By Stephen Bryen Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is ratcheting up the pressure on Saudi Arabia for the now-admitted killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi – a strategy … Continue reading Erdogan a threat to US effort to contain Iran