Taiwan Practically Considers Itself “The Next Ukraine” & Seems Strangely Unconcerned

Taiwan Practically Considers Itself “The Next Ukraine” & Seems Strangely Unconcerned

The average person wouldn’t so calmly discuss a scenario that could lead to World War III, yet Taiwanese, American, and Japanese representatives seem unfazed about this due to how much they’ve been indoctrinated to believe that their radical political cause of trying to reverse the global systemic transition towards multipolarity is worth risking the future…

Washington Hopes to Re-Establish Its Hyper-Power Thanks to the War in Ukraine

Washington Hopes to Re-Establish Its Hyper-Power Thanks to the War in Ukraine

The resurrection of the Cold Warriors In two months, the Russian special military operation against the Banderites has turned into a real war between the Russians and the Donbass People’s Republics on the one hand and the Nato-backed Ukrainians on the other. A Ukrainian victory would be a blow against Russia and a Russian victory…

America’s Arming of Taiwan Is Illegal & Regionally Destabilizing

America’s Arming of Taiwan Is Illegal & Regionally Destabilizing

Pouring fuel on the fire of a former civil war by militarily supporting its losing side doesn’t help anyone, neither the Chinese on the mainland nor the Chinese in Taiwan. It’s a brazen attempt to divide and rule the Chinese people solely for America’s own interest in reasserting its declining hegemony over Asia. US Secretary…

As in Ukraine, so Too in Taiwan

As in Ukraine, so Too in Taiwan

Just as the the United States and its allies created an existential threat to Russia through the transformation of Ukraine into a highly militarized proxy of Western military power – so too is such a threat being deliberately and systematically created on the island of Taiwan vis-a-vis Beijing. From 2014 onward, the United State had…

US Plans to Destroy Taiwan to “Save” It

US Plans to Destroy Taiwan to “Save” It

Tensions between the United States and China exist across a wide spectrum of areas, from economics to geopolitics. Among the many flashpoint issues defining this growing confrontation is the “Taiwan question.” Officially, the United States recognizes what is known as the “One China Policy.” The US State Department’s own webpage regarding US-Taiwan relations explicitly states:…