Sunday, 16 December , 2018

South China Sea

Caligula’s Horse – Who is Running the United States of America?

As Trump warned North Korea, his 'armada' was headed toward Australia When U.S. President Donald Trump boasted early last week that he had sent an...

Limits to US Intervention in South China Sea – A view...

By  General Vinod Saighal New Delhi, February 3, 2017 When manmade disaster looms sane voices come together to ward it off.  Such a disaster is clearly...

 Steve Bannon Wants To Start World War III

By Micah L. Sifry Original post date: 8 February 2017 What does Stephen Bannon really believe? Because he hasn’t spoken much in public since becoming, as...

The Coming War on China

I have spent two years making a documentary film, The Coming War on China, in which the evidence and witnesses warn that nuclear war is no longer a shadow, but a contingency. The greatest build-up of American-led military forces since the Second World War is well under way. They are in the northern hemisphere, on the western borders of Russia, and in Asia and the Pacific, confronting China.

Wall Street and the Pentagon: Pre-mature Political and Military Ejaculations

Wall Street and the Pentagon greeted the onset of 2016 as a ‘banner year’, a glorious turning point in the quest for malleable regimes willing to sell-off the most lucrative economic resources, to sign off on onerous new debt to Wall Street and to grant use of their strategic military bases to the Pentagon.

Using India to encircle China

Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and his US counterpart, Ashton Carter, announced Monday that they have signed an agreement that gives US combat planes and warships and their personnel routine access to Indian military bases for resupply, repairs, and rest. The India-US Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) also allows the Pentagon

China – the next target?

The South China Sea is and will continue to be the ultimate geopolitical flashpoint of the young 21st century – way ahead of the Middle East or Russia’s western borderlands. No less than the future of Asia – as well as the East-West balance of power – is at stake.