After the protracted COVID-19 pandemic and Western sanctions against Russia and China, which demonstrated the fragility and instability of global supply chains, and the military conflict in Ukraine, which broke economic ties between Moscow and the West and undermined global energy and food markets, the world has come to another […]
‘The Others’ Alliances
Free Will Trumps Determinism In Gulf Politics
China’s mediation to normalise Saudi-Iranian diplomatic ties has been widely welcomed internationally, especially in the West Asian region.
Imperial Visits: US Emissaries In The Pacific
For some time, Washington has been losing its spunk in the Pacific. When it comes to the Pacific Islands, a number have not fallen – at least entirely – for the rhetoric that Beijing is there to take, consume, and dominate all. Nor have such countries been entirely blind to […]
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 […]
From Balloons to AUKUS: The War Drive Against China
When will this hate-filled nonsense stop? Surveillance balloons treated like evocations of Satan and his card-carrying followers; other innumerable unidentified phenomena that, nonetheless, remain attributable in origin, despite their designation; and then the issue of spying cranes. In the meantime, there has been much finger pointing on the culprit of […]
Spent Matters: The AUKUS Nuclear Waste Problem
When Australia – vassal be thy name – assumed responsibilities for not only throwing money at both US and British shipbuilders, lending up territory and naval facilities for war like a gambling drunk, and essentially asking its officials to commit seppuku for the Imperium, another task was given. While the […]
The Iranian-Saudi Rapprochement Will Deal A Deathblow To The Dollar
Saudi moves in support of the petroyuan in coordination with Iran and Russia would catalyze the next natural phase of de-dollarization.
The Middle East Frees Itself From The West
The reconciliation between Saudi Arabia, leader of the Sunni Muslim world, and Iran, leader of the Shiite Muslim world, finally makes possible an era of peace in the Middle East. It was made possible by Russia, ally of the two enemy brothers, and negotiated first in Iraq and Oman before being concluded by China, Iran’s millennial ally, acting impartially. This agreement closes eleven years of wars and Western influence.
China Steps Up, A New Era Has Dawned In World Politics
The agreement announced in Beijing regarding the diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a historic event.
Prime Minister Modi’s Message During The G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting Was Meaningful
Prime Minister Modi’s message was meaningful in the sense of tense state of international relations and pragmatic ways to enhance cooperation.
A Reality Check For Modi Govt’s G20 Ambitions
The Modi government has made a serious mistake in underestimating that the Ukraine situation is an affair where it has no mediatory role.
China Reboots ‘No Limit’ Partnership With Russia
Wang Yi’s visit testifies that China is willing to step up solidarity with Russia when relationship with the US is in free fall.