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A review of Godfree Roberts’ yin-yang Xi-Trump crystal ball predictions.

People of influence who speak truth to power usually end up in the morgue. That’s why Trump has his own, loyal security team. Whether he will deliver on his promises remains to be seen, however. An analysis of his recent trip to the Far East

Even without nukes, war on the Korean Peninsula could kill up to 300,000 in days, U.S. report says

The U.S. also “runs the risk of a direct military clash with China,” as occurred during the Korean War of 1950-1953, the report said

The Anti-New York Times: Letter to the Editor

The Anti-New York Times: Letter to the Editor

An expatriate Englishman on the joys and benefits of living in China

China’s ‘plot to deploy huge army against North Korea’ amid World War 3 fears

China building six-lane highway in remote, sparsely populated region; thought to be as a route for an invasion force to move quickly into North Korea

More Thoughts on Trump’s UN Declaration of War Against Iran and North Korea

To be frank, writes Paul Craig Roberts, Unless Russia and China can take out the US, the US will take out Russia and China. The only question is who strikes first

China Warns Trump: “We Will Back North Korea If The US Strikes First”

Senior advisor warns Trump, if the U.S. strikes North Korea first China will back its isolated neighbour

Xi’s show of force declares China’s battle readiness to the world

Xi’s show of force declares China’s battle readiness to the world

Parade in Inner Mongolia was markedly different from parades in Tian’anmen Square and underlined the ongoing modernisation of China’s military. Include video

Britain’s new aircraft carriers to test Beijing in South China Sea

As soon as they’ve finished their sea trails Britain’s new aircraft carriers will be deployed to the South China Sea.

For China’s Global Ambitions, ‘Iran Is at the Center of Everything’

Iran was once home to the ‘silk road’ linking east with West. Now China plans to revive that as it builds bridges and high speed rail lines

South China Sea: US bombers challenge China territorial claim with bombers flight

Two U.S. bombers fly over South China Sea in defiance of China’s claim to the waterway

China's new type of domestically-built destroyer, a 10,000-tonne warship, is seen during its launching ceremony at the Jiangnan Shipyard in Shanghai, China June 28, 2017. REUTERS/China Stringer Network

China launches new class of naval destroyer

China has launched the first in a new generation of destroyers seen as comparable, maybe even surpassing, the capabilities of the US Arleigh Burke destroyers.

President Putin and Xi’s meeting in Moscow is far more important than the G20

The relationship between China and Russia reaffirms that both sides are more important to each other than the US is to either

UPDATED: China’s Big Three Near Completion

UPDATED: China’s Big Three Near Completion

New imagery shows that while China negotiates over the South China Sea islands it is building some of its most advanced military installations in the islands

China accuses U.S. of ‘serious provocation’ as warship sails near disputed island

China has accused the U.S. of deliberately stirring up trouble in the South China Sea by staging “provocative operations”

A model of the nuclear reactor "Hualong One" is pictured at the booth of the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) at an expo in Beijing, China April 29, 2017. Picture taken April 29, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer

Enter the Nimble Dragon: China looks to small reactors for nuclear edge

China is planning to take control of the global nuclear market with small nuclear reactors that be used in isolated regions, on ships and even planes

In a First Under Trump, a U.S. Warship Challenges Beijing’s Claims in the South China Sea

U.S. Navy warship sails within the territorial waters of an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea

China killed or jailed up to 20 US spies in 2010 to 2012, report says

‘One of the worst US intelligence setbacks in decades’ may have been the result of hacking, code-breaking or betrayal by moles within the CIA

Tiananmen “Massacre”? and The Unrelenting Monopoly Media Agenda

Tiananmen “Massacre”? and The Unrelenting Monopoly Media Agenda

In 2009 CBS journalist Richard Roth admitted “we saw no bodies, injured people … nothing to even suggest… that a ‘massacre’ had recently occurred”

Are You Ready to Die?

Are You Ready to Die?

We currently are in the most dangerous situation of my lifetime, and there is ZERO AWARENESS AND NO DISCUSSION! Paul Craig Roberts on the looming prospect of WWIII

Director John Pilger: Disastrous consequences if US proceeds with “policy of provocation”

John Pilger on America’s looming war with China