China is Building a Navy to Displace, Not Defeat the US in Asia
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China is Building a Navy to Displace, Not Defeat the US in Asia

In many ways, China’s socioeconomic and military influence in Asia has already balanced a long-lopsided equation of geopolitical power in the region. The social and economic stability brought by the rise of China along with the rest of Asia has helped eliminate many of the “dark alleys” the US and its European allies have often…

From Yin to Yang
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From Yin to Yang

The ascent of Donald Trump is more than a change of tenant of the White House on 1600, Pennsylvania Ave. It is a momentous swing from Yin to Yang, from dark feminine to bright masculine paradigm, from Cybele to Christ. Tremendous resistance to the regime change proves its unique importance. That’s why the American colour…

Why Russia May Win in Libya
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Why Russia May Win in Libya

What snapshot best captures the insanity of America’s approach to the Middle East? The most obvious answer is the war in Iraq—a country in which we’re still bogged down almost fourteen years after overthrowing Saddam Hussein. Another is the Syrian Civil War, where many factions are running around with American-supplied weapons—including the former Al Qaeda franchise and Hezbollah….

Nobody Likes Trump Anyway
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Nobody Likes Trump Anyway

I noticed a very interesting trend in recent days. Kenneth “Russians bombed the last hospital in Aleppo” Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch: Trump spends Day One denying the photographic evidence. His inauguration crowd (left) versus Obama's in 2009 (right) https://t.co/y626lRVNnW pic.twitter.com/bhT0NbBiM5 — Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) January 22, 2017 Julia “people who disagree with…