Pentagon Planning New Long War With China and Russia

By Michael Klare, Tom Dispatch -

Think of it as the most momentous military planning on Earth right now. Who’s even paying attention, given the eternal changing of the guard at the White House, as well as the latest in [...]

Could The Cold War Return With A Vengeance?

By Michael T. Klare, -

Think of it as the most momentous military planning on Earth right now. Who’s even paying attention, given the eternal changing of the guard at the White House, as well as the latest in [...]

Will the United States Seek Peace in North Korea?

By Staff, Zoom in Korea -

North Korea and China dramatically showed the two nations are close allies before President Trump's planned meeting with North Korean President Kim Jong Un. At the invitation of Chinese President [...]

No Trade Justice Without Economic Justice

By Daniel Cooper, Trade for People and Planet -

As trade issues become increasingly prominent in the national political agenda we must maintain that there can be no trade justice without economic justice. As loud as Trump can be about his [...]

China’s State Bank Explains Why Their Infrastructure Grows And US Crumbles

By Ellen Brown, -

“One Belt, One Road,” China’s $1 trillion infrastructure initiative, is a massive undertaking involving highways, pipelines, transmission lines, ports, power stations, fiber optics and railroads [...]

China Reassigns 60,000 Soldiers To Plant Trees In Bid To Fight Pollution

By Samuel Osborne, -

China has reportedly reassigned over 60,000 soldiers to plant trees in a bid to combat pollution by increasing the country's forest coverage. A large regiment from the People's Liberation Army, [...]

China Seeks To Become A ‘Socialist Country’ By 2050

By Jose A. Díaz and Tania Romero, Equal Times -

China is reaching a crucial moment in its long development. The world’s most populated country, now the second largest economy on the planet, with an urban population enjoying living standards of [...]

China Is Financing Petrochemical Hub In Appalachia

By Steve Horn, -

Over the past year, oil and gas industry plans to build a petrochemical refining and storage hub along the Ohio River have steadily gained traction. Proponents hope this potential hub, which [...]

US Color Revolution Begins In Thailand As Proxy War With China

By Tony Cartalucci, Global Research -

The protest leaders vowed to gather weekly until their demands were met. This is a thinly veiled threat, with the protests taking place precisely where previous protests organized by the same [...]

Tired Of US “Aid” (Exploitation), Africa And Global South Look To China

By Jim Carey, -

BEIJING — There has been a growing focus on the economic development underway in Africa. There is a reason behind this seemingly new interest of Western powers in events happening in Africa, and [...]

The United States Empire Is Falling. What Does That Mean?

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG Radio. -

In his latest book, "In the Shadow of the American Century: The rise and decline of US global power," Alfred McCoy writes about the tools used by the United States to maintain global domination [...]

Chinese Leadership On U.N. Reform

By Rene Wadlow, -

6 Jan 2017 – There have been a number of periods when proposals for new or different United Nations structures were proposed and discussed. The first was in the 1944-1945 period when the Charter [...]

Russia And China Challenge Dollar Domination

By F. William Engdahl, -

Since the August 1998 sovereign default triggered by the West, Russian state finances have been prudent to almost a fault. The size of the national government debt is the lowest of any major [...]

South Korea’s History Making Geo-Political Pivot Frightens US

By Adam Garrie, -

Throughout the Cold War, the doctrine of mutually assured destruction, somewhat appropriately referred to by the acronym ‘MAD’, ensured that in spite of high tensions, none of the nuclear powers [...]

The US Opium Wars: China, Burma And The CIA

By Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn, -

By Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn for Counter Punch - You won’t find a star of remembrance for him on the wall of fallen “heroes” at CIA HQ in Langley, but one of the Agency’s first [...]