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Russia, China And India Building New Multipolar World Order – OpEd

By Francesco Brunello Zanitti Is the new Russian approach towards China and India a vector for a multipolar world order? Will the new Davos – gathering between vanity fair and summit of the mightiest – in future take place in Kyrgyzstan – Central Asian country surrounded by the most prosperous and promising powers? The last … Continue reading

China’s Global Political Shift – OpEd

By F. William Engdahl I have been to China over the years more than a dozen times. I have spoken with people at all levels of policy-making, and one thing I have come to realize is that when Beijing makes a major policy change, they make it carefully and with great deliberation. And when they arrive … Continue reading

Marching Towards Disaster: What’s Really Behind The U.S. Push In The Asia-Pacific? – OpEd

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya On the sidelines of the Group of Twenty (G20) Summit in Brisbane, US President Barack H. Obama delivered a keynote speech to diplomats, policymakers, faculty members, and students at the University of Queensland on the United States of America’s foreign policy and Obama’s so-called “Asian pivot” or “pivot to Asia.” In … Continue reading

Russia, China Mock “Divide And Rule” – OpEd

By Pepe Escobar The Roman Empire did it. The British Empire copied it in style. The “Empire of Chaos” has always done it. They all do it. Divide et impera. Divide and rule – or divide and conquer. It’s nasty, brutish and effective. Not forever though, like diamonds, because empires do crumble.  A room with a … Continue reading

China Challenges U.S. Economic War Against Russia

By Alex Lantier Directly challenging the NATO powers’ policy of cutting off credit to Russia to undermine the ruble and bankrupt the Russian economy, China is pledging to extend financial aid to Moscow. On Saturday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed the need for mutual aid between China and Russia in remarks on the ruble … Continue reading

Can China And The US Work Together On Counterterrorism?

By Kevin Peters The Diplomat On November 12, U.S. President Barack Obama sat down with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit to discuss joint cooperation on a range of international issues. Xi described the talks that took pace during Obama’s three day visit as “constructive” and outlined six priorities … Continue reading

Abe (Finally) Meets Xi: A Step towards Stabilization Of Japan-China Relations?

By Yuki Tatsumi E-International Relations On November 10, the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Chinese President Xi Jinping met at the sideline of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Beijing. This was the first time the two leaders had met since Abe returned to power in December 2012 and Xi ascended to the … Continue reading

The New World Order Of “Neoliberal Globalization”: Russia At The Crossroads

By Takis Fotopoulos Inclusive Democracy Via Global Research In this keynote article, the present criminal New World Order of neoliberal globalization ― which, through its military and economic violence, has led to despair the majority of the world population for the benefit of a small minority ― is analyzed, in the light of the decisions taken … Continue reading

David Shambaugh On China’s Ultimate Goals In The Region And How The APEC Summit Outlined This ‘Asia-Pacific Dream’ (VIDEO)

By Shannon Tiezzi The Diplomat The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leader’s meeting was held in Beijing this year, giving China the perfect opportunity to outline its own vision for the Asia-Pacific region. Dr. David Shambaugh, professor of public policy and international affairs and director of the China Policy Program at George Washington University, sits down … Continue reading

“The G-20 Financial Massacre”, Instability In Major Currency Markets?

By Bill Holter Very “quietly” the world’s 20 largest economies will meet in Brisbane, Australia later this coming week. I use the word “quietly” because here in the U.S. almost no mention of the upcoming meeting has been made. I even searched for news on the event and almost could find none. Strange? Well yes and … Continue reading

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