Americans think they are judge, jury, and executioner of other countries’ internal business... Any way you look at it, it’s a good time for the U.S. to sell.
“I can’t breathe.” The last words of George Floyd, the black victim who was tragically pinned down and died under the knee of white police officer Derek Chauvin, have become a political slogan on U.S. social media platforms. However, it is not only that Chauvin strangled Floyd. There is a chronic and serious [Read more]
[T]he pandemic has accelerated the demise of the very concept of a 'superpower' or a 'great power.'
'Washington’s reluctance to provide transparency regarding their military-biological activities in various regions of the world ... raises the question of what is actually happening.'
China is seeking to complete its thus far bulletless aggression against India by forestalling through negotiations an Indian counteroffensive.
The bottom line is that reserve currencies come and go. The status of the U.S. dollar as the world’s No. 1 currency is not carved in stone, even if Washington might think that.
The U.S. has made a rash judgment about its role in Hong Kong ... exposing Washington’s desire to to make the battle for Hong Kong another round in its chess game against China.
The U.S. reopening during the pandemic not only gambles with the lives of its citizens, but also forces the rest of the world to face the risk together.
The challenge COVID-19 poses is not just to the U.S. military, but to its allies as well.
With China resorting to muscle-flexing along the Line of Actual Control, the U.S. sees India as a ‘natural’ ally.