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China's confused communication: intentional or underdeveloped?

Written by Parama Sinha Palit.

China has erased remaining doubts over the consolidation of the ‘Xi Jinping’ era by abolishing Article 79 of the Constitution that limited individual Chinese presidents to a maximum of two five-year terms. 968 more words


Fireside Chat with Bill Jones, March 15, 2018

Join us for a discussion with Bill Jones, EIR Washington D.C. correspondent. Over the past two months, Western intelligence agencies, led by the British, have launched an all out active measures campaign against China’s great Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). 30 more words


Good Prospects Lie Ahead; Blast Apart What's In the Way!

The meeting between the North Korean leader and high-ranking officials and the South’s special delegation took place in the main building of the Workers’ Party of Korea in Pyongyang on March 5, 2018. 645 more words


The Sino-Russian alliance: A haphazard path

Written by James C. Hsiung.

Many in the West, particularly in America, have been concerned about a rising “new Sino-Russian alliance” since the end of the Cold War.   1,186 more words


Rise of Xi and the Asian dream

By Ameen Izzadeen
China’s President Xi Jinping is now a virtual leader for life after the Communist Party on Sunday removed the presidential term limits from the constitution. 1,226 more words

Political Analysis

Australia’s Dilemma: The Quad or Its National Interest

In 2005 Japan raised the possibility of a separate grouping of four nations, Australia, India, Japan and the United States, as a potential counterweight to the growing power of China. 1,190 more words


It’s All Putin’s Fault… But Still He Wins

As a counterpoint to the 24/7 Russophobia oozing out of the US and the UK, Vladimir Putin is all but guaranteed to be re-elected for a fourth presidential term this Sunday. 1,355 more words