The Race to Break the Russia-China Alliance and the ‘Ukraine of the Asia Pacific’

The Race to Break the Russia-China Alliance and the ‘Ukraine of the Asia Pacific’

There is a window of opportunity open for the west to recognize the total failure of the unipolar model before the point of no return has passed. It has become commonplace western media and armadas of geopolitical think tankers to paint today’s Russia-China alliance as a matter of either “momentary convenience”, or as a strained…

Washington’s Indo-Pacific “Allies” Refuse to Host US Missiles

Washington’s Indo-Pacific “Allies” Refuse to Host US Missiles

As part of Washington’s long-standing strategy of encircling and containing China, it seeks to add to its already immense military footprint along China’s periphery, missile installations and specifically, ground-based intermediate-range missiles (GBIRMs) across the Indo-Pacific Region. A research paper funded by the US government and published by the RAND Corporation titled, “Ground-Based Intermediate-Range Missiles in…

Forgotten Sovereignty: Hysteria and the Solomon Islands-China Security Pact

Forgotten Sovereignty: Hysteria and the Solomon Islands-China Security Pact

Visits to Honiara, part plea, part threat.  Delegations equipped with a note of harassment.  That was the initial Australian effort to convince the Solomon Islands that the decision to make a security pact with Beijing was simply not appropriate in the lotus land of Washington’s Pacific empire. Despite an election campaign warming up, Senator Zed…

Why Is Australia Artificially Replicating the Ukrainian Scenario in the South Pacific?

Why Is Australia Artificially Replicating the Ukrainian Scenario in the South Pacific?

Hyping up China’s soft security pact with the Solomon Islands preconditions the domestic public to expect an Australian-led AUKUS invasion of that country or any others in the South Pacific that consider similar such deals with the People’s Republic. Australia, which is a member of the anti-Chinese AUKUS military alliance alongside the UK and US,…

Another Meeting of Quad Foreign Ministers

Another Meeting of Quad Foreign Ministers

On February 11, Melbourne hosted the fourth meeting of foreign ministers of the countries participating in the Quad, which consists of the United States, Japan, India and Australia. Since the creation of this alliance in 2019, Washington (together with Tokyo and Canberra) attempted, firstly, to expand the scope of activity beyond the framework of an…

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel

The inexorable imperial rot will go on, a tawdry affair carrying no dramatic, aesthetic pathos worthy of a Gotterdammerung. Assaulted by cognitive dissonance across the spectrum, the Empire of Chaos now behaves as a manic depressive inmate, rotten to the core – a fate more filled with dread than having to face a revolt of the satrapies….