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How Russia and China overtook the West

A new world order is slowly taking shape

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US paranoid about Russia-China summit

The arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court against Vladimir Putin can only be seen as a publicity stunt by the Anglo-Saxon clique, with the US leading from the rear. Ironically, though, the ICC acted on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Iraq in 2003, which led to horrific war crimes but the “judges” at Hague slept over it. Both Washington and London admit today that the 2003 invasion was illegal — based on trumped up allegations against Saddam Hussein.

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Dmitry Trenin: Here’s why Xi’s Moscow visit is a key moment in the struggle to end US hegemony

Russia and China fully understand they must stick together to fend off Washington, because if one falls the other is on its own

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China reboots ‘no limit’ partnership with Russia

The ‘butterfly effect’ of the visit by the Member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China and Director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the CPC Central Committee Wang Yi to Moscow on February 21-22 is already discernible. It can influence a much larger complex system still.

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What would a US war with China look like?

The consequences of such a conflict would spread globally, with much greater impact than the Russo-Ukraine war.

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ACURA ViewPoint: Good Neighbors? The Shanghai Cooperation Organization

In his latest broadside in the Wall Street Journal, Walter Russell Meade takes aim at a body that most Americans have never heard of–the Shanghai Cooperation Organization [SCO]— and its annual summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan [“The Clumsy Push to Disrupt the World Order”, WSJ, September 20].

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‘Dear Friends’ Xi and Putin: Project Unity

In the official Chinese and Russian statements regarding Thursday’s meeting between Presidents XI Jinping and Vladimir Putin in Samarkand lies not a scintilla of evidence that China’s support for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has weakened.

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The West’s Dangerously Simple-Minded Narrative About Russia and China

The overwrought fear of China and Russia is sold to a Western public through manipulation of the facts.

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Demographics Push China-India-Russia Triple Entente

China at some point may dump its Pakistan investment and emphasize India ties, upending strategic calculations

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The Late-Deceased Paradigm on Russia/China

The sooner the geniuses of the Washington Swamp get it through their ivy-mantled brains that driving a wedge between Russia and China is not going to happen, the better the chances the world can survive the fallout (figurative and literal) from the war in Ukraine.