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Russia, China mock divide and rule


By Pepe Escobar ROME and BEIJING – The Roman Empire did it. The British Empire copied it in style. The Empire of Chaos has always done it. They all do it. Divide et impera. Divide and rule – or divide and conquer. It’s nasty, brutish and effective. Not forever though, like diamonds, because empires do […]

Is Too Fast Too Furious Turning into Too Risky Too Dubious?


Ekaterina Arapova PhD in Economics, Head of Department of Assessment and Coordination of International and Duel Master’s Degree Programs, MGIMO-University, MFA of Russia Turmoil On August 11–13, 2015, the People’s Bank of China devalued the national currency by 3.5 per cent in a logical move that nevertheless came as an unexpected and unpleasant surprise to […]

China’s Grand Military Reform: What Will It Be Like?


Vassily Kashin PhD in Political Science, Senior Research Fellow at the Center of Strategic Problems of Northeast Asia, SCO and BRICS, University of Far Eastern Studies, RAS, RIAC expert The media, mostly those in Hong Kong, have been publishing sporadic comments on the PRC leadership’s plans to launch a sweeping military reform shortly after the […]

China reportedly completes 3 advanced nuclear attack subs


Chinese shipbuilders have completed three advanced nuclear-propelled submarines that can fire the latest vertically launched anti-ship missiles, local media reported. Satellite pictures broadcast last week by China Central Television showed three submarines anchored at an unidentified port, China Daily reported. The vessels were reported to be Type-093G submarines just completed by a shipyard and ready […]

China Warns Russia That “State Of War” Now Exists With United States


By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) is reporting today the Federation has been informed by the State Council of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) that a de facto “State of War” now officially exists between that Asian nation and the United States of America. […]

Why Is China Parading Missiles on TV?


Even by the standards of military parades, Chinese leaders needed something big. They had chosen a name for a national celebration, on Thursday, that necessitated an extravaganza: “The Commemoration of the Seventieth Anniversary of Victory of the Chinese People’s Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and World Anti-Fascist War.” Beijing quantified the arrangements precisely: twelve thousand troops; five hundred […]

IS, Russia, China: all fascist states


Peter Hartcher Julia Gillard began her last year as prime minister with a statement on national security declaring that “Australia enters a new era of national security imperatives”. Pronouncing the end of the 9/11 decade, she looked to the future: “It will be an era in which the behaviour of states, not non-state actors, will […]

2015 Will Be All About Iran, China And Russia


Fasten your seatbelts; 2015 will be a whirlwind pitting China, Russia and Iran against what I have described as the Empire of Chaos. So yes – it will be all about further moves towards the integration of Eurasia as the US is progressively squeezed out of Eurasia. We will see a complex geostrategic interplay progressively undermining the hegemony of the US dollar as a reserve […]

China’s Generals Dream of Victory From Space


Planners in China’s military are looking seriously at how the next war may be fought—and won—in orbit. In recent years, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has invested much effort into space-based military infrastructure and weapons and has redefined its strategic policy to reflect these new capabilities. China’s space ambitions are heavily publicized by state-run media. […]

How Useful Will China’s Weapons Be in a Real War?


When Hou Minjun, commander of an armored unit in the Chinese military’s 27th Army, was ordered to drive his troops on a nine-day trip during a training exercise in Inner Mongolia, he lost over half his force in the event. In the first 48 hours of the 2013 North Sword 1405 exercise, Hou looked on […]