Diplomatic Ties

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Russia, China Sign Raft Of Deals And Will Integrate The Eurasian Economic Union, New Silk Road

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday signed a decree for cooperation in tying the development of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) with the New Silk Road economic project. Russia and China also signed a number of energy, trade, and finance deals on Friday, which are aimed at strengthening economic ties between the two nations. … Continue reading

Greece’s Tussle With Turkey, Key To Athens’ Economic Comeback?

By Aaron Kovac How can two life-long, sworn enemies who frequently squabble with each other and who almost went to war some 20 years ago over an arid Aegean island be part of NATO? Indeed, Turkey and Greece, the quintessential frenemies of the Mediterranean, have so far waged war with each other four times since Athens … Continue reading

Council On Foreign Relations’ Grand Strategy: China Must Be Defeated, TPP Essential To Undermining China

By Eric Zuesse Wall Street’s Council on Foreign Relations has issued a major report, alleging that China must be defeated because it threatens to become a bigger power in the world than the U.S. This report, which is titled “Revising U.S. Grand Strategy Toward China,” is introduced by Richard Haass, the CFR’s President, who affirms the report’s … Continue reading

Russia-China Alliance Challenges U.S.-Designed World Order

Beijing and Moscow have increasingly found common basis in challenging the U.S. and Western dominated order in Europe and Asia. China and Russia are striking a number of deals to strengthen their military, financial and political ties in recent times. Beijing and Moscow have increasingly found common basis in challenging the U.S. and Western dominated order in Europe and Asia. … Continue reading

The Pentagon’s “Long War” Pits NATO Against China, Russia, Iran – OpEd

By Pepe Escobar, Sputnik News Whatever happens with the nuclear negotiations this summer, and as much as Tehran wants cooperation and not confrontation, Iran is bound to remain — alongside Russia — a key US geostrategic target. As much as US President Barack Obama tried to dismiss it, the Russian sale of the S-300 missile system to Iran is a … Continue reading

China’s Challenge In The South China Sea: The Rule of Law

By Daniel Wagner News that the People’s Republic of China is claiming ownership of and enlarging the size of some disputed islands in the South China Sea, and building air strips to enhance its ability to project its air power in the region, has been met with predictable alarm by a variety of countries in the … Continue reading

Oil Geopolitics And The Economic Corridor: Pakistan Enters China’s New Silk Road

By Pepe Escobar, Asia Times Now how do you top this as a geopolitical entrance? Eight JF-17 Thunder fighter jets escorting Chinese President Xi Jinping on board an Air China Boeing as he enters Pakistani air space. And these JF-17s are built as a China-Pakistan joint project. Silk Road? Better yet; silk skyway. Just to drive … Continue reading

Why Obama Wants To Lift Sanctions On Iran – OpEd

“It is essential to recognize that Iran does not currently have a nuclear weapons program, nor does it possess a nuclear weapon. On February 26, James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Ayatollah Khomenei, the supreme leader of Iran, ended his country’s nuclear weapons program in 2003 and … Continue reading

New Silk Road Project Could Facilitate Resolution Of South China Sea Disputes

China’s 21st Century Maritime New Silk Road project may facilitate the resolution of longstanding maritime territorial disputes in the South China Sea, Chinese media suggests. These disputes involve at least six parties, particularly China, the Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia, and Taiwan. Brunei has abandoned its territorial claim in the Spratlys and Malaysia has a relatively minor claim in … Continue reading

Pakistan To Receive 110 JF-17 Thunder Fighter Jets From China

A friendship between China and Pakistan is continuing to strengthen — following Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Islamabad earlier this week — as Beijing has promised to deliver another 50 JF-17 Thunder fighter jets to its South Asian neighbor over the next three years, the head of Chinese aircraft industry said, according to a report from The Times of India. China has already delivered … Continue reading

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