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Sultan shines in the court of the Dragon King

by Pepe Escobar : Posted with permission The graphic image of Turkey pivoting away from NATO towards the Russia-China strategic partnership was provided, in more ways than one, by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing ...

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Tornado Hits Northeast China Kills 6 People And Injured 190 (VIDEO)

A tornado blew through a city in northeast China, damaging factories and buildings, killing six and injuring 190 people in its horror blast. The tornado hit Kaiyuan, a county-level city in Liaoning province, late Wednesday afternoon, local authorities said in a brief online statement. Footage ...

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The Unipolar Moment is Over

By Pepe Escobar – with permission and cross-posted with Consortium News  Something extraordinary began with a short walk in St. Petersburg last Friday. After a stroll, they took a boat on the Neva River, visited the legendary Aurora cruiser, and dropped in to ...

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Special China SITREP & Analysis by Larchmonter445

SitRep: China Trade, South China Sea-One China Defense and Asian Civilizations Dialogue Four major events in a cluster, one to come this week. The percipient point of view about China under Chairman Xi (more powerful than Mao, though far less ...

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Decoding the hypersonic Putin on a day of remembrance

Sitting alongside French President Macron during the 100th anniversary to commemorate the end of World War I, Putin and Trump stole the show in Paris by Pepe Escobar (cross-posted with The Asia Times by special agreement with the author) The Elysee ...

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The Meaning of a Multipolar World

by Eric Zuesse for Ooduarere.com Right now, we live in a monopolar world. Here is how U.S. President Barack Obama proudly, even imperially, described it when delivering the Commencement address to America’s future generals, at West Point Military Academy, on 28 ...

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The fallacy of western economics II; China Breaks the mould

The fallacy of western economics II; China Breaks the mould

by Ghassan Kadi The economic rise of China is perhaps the best example that challenges the basic foundations of the “science” of economics and demonstrates the invalidity of many of its theories. In the previous article (http://ooduarere.com/news-from-nigeria/world-news/fallacy-western-economics/), I expressed my ...

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Partitioning of Syria is drawing China into the theater of war

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Ill-advised African Leaders

Between mortgaging our future and sandwiching our geographical value essence, the contemporary African leaders act like the ill-advised flies following a corpse to the grave in its untamed zeal for greed. Covered in faulty rhetorics that their effort to get ...

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It’s Africa’s choice: AFRICOM or the New Silk Roads

by Pepe Escobar (cross-posted with the Asia Times by special agreement with the author) When China calls, all Africa answers. And Beijing’s non-politicization of investments and non-interference in internal affairs is paying off big time The dogs of war – cold, ...

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