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The Empire Is Not Done Torturing Afghanistan
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The Empire Is Not Done Torturing Afghanistan
July 7, 2022

Hell hath no fury like Empire scorned. As if all the bombing, droning, years of occupation and serial collateral damage was not misery enough, a resentful Washington topped its performance by effectively stealing $7 billion from the Afghan central bank: that is, funds that belong to roughly 40 million battered Afghan citizens.

Financing: China’s Long March
June 26, 2022

China has a chance to transform the world for the better. Though it is no open goal, she should take it to take her place in the van not only of BRI but of the nations of the world, which is at her feet.

Financing: China’s Long March
Business
Defying U.S. Caesar Act, China Admits Syria Into BRI
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Defying U.S. Caesar Act, China Admits Syria Into BRI
January 15, 2022

Syria’s entry into China’s Belt and Road Initiative is to support its economic integration into West Asia and fortify its post-conflict recovery

‘Chinese Aggression’ Is Just China Responding to U.S. Aggression
December 19, 2021

The actual source of tensions between the US and China never actually has anything to do with “human rights” or “protecting” anyone; that’s just the narrative overlay pinned on top of the actual agenda.

‘Chinese Aggression’ Is Just China Responding to U.S. Aggression
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String of Pearls: Yemen Could Be the Arab Hub of the Maritime Silk Road
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String of Pearls: Yemen Could Be the Arab Hub of the Maritime Silk Road
November 20, 2021

Warm links between Iran and Yemen will translate into renewed Indian Ocean trade, without Sanaa depending on Tehran, as it is essentially self-sufficient in energy and already manufactures its own weapons. Unlike the Saudi vassals of Empire, Iran will certainly invest in the Yemeni economy.

Will a Renewed ‘Operation Cyclone’ Threaten Afghanistan’s New Silk Road Future?
September 22, 2021

The Chinese and their growing array of partners have come to the fundamental insight that the only way to destroy terrorism is not by bombing nations to smithereens, but rather by providing the means of improving the lives of people.

Will a Renewed ‘Operation Cyclone’ Threaten Afghanistan’s New Silk Road Future?
Security
Belt and Road paranoia will rumble on under Biden
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Belt and Road paranoia will rumble on under Biden
December 10, 2020

Seven years after being launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping, first in Astana and then in Jakarta, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) increasingly drives the American plutocratic oligarchy completely nuts.

Win-Win vs Lose-Lose: The Time Has Come for the World to Choose
October 21, 2020

It is a tragedy of our age that society has been locked in a zero-sum operating system for so long that many people living in the west cannot even imagine a world order designed in any other way…

Win-Win vs Lose-Lose: The Time Has Come for the World to Choose
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