Shockwaves Bring the New Silk Road into the Americas as Neo-Liberal Order Crumbles

Over the past several years Latin America has become a strategic battleground which involves much more than merely “geopolitical power plays” between the USA vs China as many commentators are asserting. Of course this is not to say that there are no geopolitical battles occurring. The entire western sponsored regime change operation in Venezuela couldn’t … Continue reading Shockwaves Bring the New Silk Road into the Americas as Neo-Liberal Order Crumbles

New Silk Road Accelerates 2.0

“This clearly defines “Resource Development”. An amazing feat merely because China wants to invest and develop a 4000 mile infrastructure with trading partners from Asia to England.  Every nation will profit from trade, not war, and a one-world multicultural exchange that will be a huge reward for humanity. A dream? Why not? Technology will soar.”

China's Silk Road: Pathway to a New Human Civilization

Bao Shixiu, Professor (Emeritus) of Military Science, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Academy of Military Science, gave this speech at the conference “One Belt, One Road,” held in Beijing on Sept. 5. I would like to extend my greetings and my gratitude to Dr. Xiao Jingqiu for inviting me here. At the same time, I have … Continue reading China's Silk Road: Pathway to a New Human Civilization

India-Russia-Iran: Eurasia’s New Transportation Powerhouses

No longer just an ‘alternative route’ on a drawing board, the International North South Transportation Corridor (INSTC) is paying dividends in a time of global crisis. And Moscow, Tehran and New Delhi are now leading players in the Eurasian competition for transportation routes. Tectonic shifts continue to rage through the world system with nation-states quickly … Continue reading India-Russia-Iran: Eurasia’s New Transportation Powerhouses

Belt & Road Reaching Far and Wide in Middle East

“All eyes on Ukraine,” writes a former staff member of a British prime minister in an email. That is understandable, but not to the exclusion of everything else. In particular, Europe should spare a few minutes to consider the expansion of China’s Belt and Road Initiative across the eastern and southern shores of the Mediterranean.

‘The country that bombed you is your friend. The one that built your new railway is your enemy’

This is the Western media’s bizarre messaging to the people of Laos, a nation that was carpet bombed by America, and which is now being vilified for accepting a new $9 billion railway line paid for by China. Thursday was National Day in Laos, a celebration marking 46 years since the landlocked Southeast Asian nation … Continue reading ‘The country that bombed you is your friend. The one that built your new railway is your enemy’

Manufactured Weather is the New Battlefield

GlobalIntelHub.com New York, NY — 2/12/2020 — The US Military has become an entity with a mind of its own; despite efforts to curtail it’s expansion by activists and politicians, it continues to grow.  Years ago a small problem arose that posed an existential threat to the system, the enemies were all defeated. 

Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail

The global trend in international relations is often difficult to discern. But one can be helped in this task by looking at two events, organized in Washington and Beijing, comparing the different themes, participants, objectives, and broached for discussion. After all, we are talking about the two largest economies in the world, two colossi directing … Continue reading Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail

Behold the New Asia-Based Cooperation Sphere

The constant Trumpian rhetorics about the US trade imbalance with China and Japan have brought the two closer together. Add to the equation is the independent foreign policies of India, which should make up for the BRICS losing Brazil in recent years.  These are the economic powerhouses that are behind the global effort to shift … Continue reading Behold the New Asia-Based Cooperation Sphere

New Ebola Outbreak in Congo Part of A Bigger Conflict

As many are already aware of, the China-led Belt and Road Initiative to interconnect the Eurasian Economy with Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia and the rest of the world has been gaining a lot of traction since its formal announcement in 2013 by Xi Jinping. This earned a lot of global influence in the region … Continue reading New Ebola Outbreak in Congo Part of A Bigger Conflict

Russia China Build Up A New Economic Geography

On November 8 Russia’s large mining group Norilsk Nickel announced it had begun operations at a new state-of-the-art Bystrinsky mining and processing plant outside of Chita in Russia’s Zabaykalsky Krai. Notable about the project is the participation of China, as well as the fact that four years ago the huge copper, gold and magnetite reserves … Continue reading Russia China Build Up A New Economic Geography

Kabul Explodes Under US Control, While Kenya Hails New 480km Railway Built by China

While the US intervention continues to cause deaths and destruction in Kabul, Afghanistan, the Chinese intervention in Kenya is causing it to celebrate the maiden operation of its 480-km Standard Gauge Railway from the capital city of Nairobi to Mombasa, to speed up its industrialization.

US Delegation is attending Historic, Pivotal Belt and Road Summit

No matter what the Western mainstream media are saying, China’s Belt and Road Initiative are threatening the Western hegemony that is founded on unpayable debt and war proliferation. Not to be left out, the Trump government covertly opposed its own rhetoric and has sealed a number of agreements with its Chinese counterparts.