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Is Beijing Planning a Rob, Replicate, Replace Olympics?

The Olympics delivers to China’s door some of the most genetically blessed people on the planet. A February 2021 report...

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America cancelled: Conservative fears come to the fore at CPAC

Several at CPAC said they didn’t know even how to discuss the things they were worried about anymore—universities, big tech,...

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Democracies still don’t understand CCP’s political warfare: Kerry Gershaneck

‘Both India and the US have pro-China factions, for reasons ranging from simple greed to leftist, pro-totalitarian ideology. Consequently, it...

President of Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa received 500,000 doses of COVID19 vaccines

India’s vaccine diplomacy a shot in the arm for the Quad?

A Quad exercise to deliver Indian vaccines to the countries that need it in Oceania would show that the Quad...

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The world doesn’t realise it’s already at war with China

India is a prime target for PRC’s political warfare. The PRC’s full political warfare force will be directed at weakening...

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In U.S. backyard: How China embedded itself in Canada

Since the 1970s, there have been important political and economic pro-China vectors emanating out of Montreal and Ottawa. Since then,...

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How Canada became dangerously compliant to China

The baseline was hug a PLA soldier and ride off on a unicorn into a trust-based sunset together. It wasn’t...

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India-China: The shove felt around the world

India showed itself, and others, it could lead on a comprehensive national pushback on China. Now, it is scaling that...

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Did China help rig the South Korean election?

One of the probable goals of the manipulation, for the CCP at least, is to nurture a political constellation in...

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How to burst CCP’s balloon

The thing that scares the CCP even more than a country pushing back on multiple fronts, is countries banding together...

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How Kiribati was lost to China

While China builds a fish plant that gives jobs to I-Kiribati in Kiribati, Australia promotes a scheme where young men...

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Watch China’s actions, don’t listen to its words

Beijing’s parasitic model weakens the global economy, its traditional hosts are becoming poorer. Which is likely one of the reasons...

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World tries to shake off its dangerous China addiction

Across political divide, there are focused efforts to make serious changes to the way the US does business with China,...

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Time to practice social distancing from CCP

How many times does CCP have to lie before we just say, ‘ok, they are liars’? Miami: It’s time to...

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Boris has a clear run, but also a long road ahead of him

Boris Johnson won a decisive majority in Parliament. He is no longer politically tethered to a Northern Ireland political party....

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China’s debt diplomacy challenged by new players

The LDS Church has offered to help Tonga with its sovereign debt to China.   LONDON: So, this is a...

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China forcing a shift in strategic map

China is building new islands in the South China Sea, and equipping them in ways resembling military bases.   Our...

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Climate disruptions are also about politics and economics, as about environment

We need to look at insurance, zoning, locations of critical infrastructure and more to understand what kind of risk we...

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India can learn from UK’s low cost, high impact geopolitics

So, this is interesting. At last week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in London, the United Kingdom announced it was...

Things can only get better between India and Canada

On 17 February, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in India for a week-long visit. He has brought his wife,...

‘More India and less China, please’

The world needs more India and less China—that’s according to many of the members of the global strategic community who...

Fire and Fury explodes like an IED in Washington Beltway

Michael Wolff’s new book about the Donald Trump presidency, Fire and Fury, has exploded like an IED (Improvised Editorial Device)...

Catalan crisis tests EU’s limits

The problem for the European Union is that it doesn’t have a Sardar Patel. Deep in the heart of many...

President Trump: Here there be monsters?

President Trump: Here there be monsters?

NEW DELHI: The modern incarnations of Humphrey from Yes, Prime Minister excel in keeping their pet politicians on leash through...