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

News update: China blast linked to cyber-warfare

by benjamin August 20, 2015 The recent blast in Tianjin China is linked to the ongoing cyber-war involving the financial and intelligence communities of the world. The blast produced an electromagnetic pulse that was directed at disabling the Tianhe.

China Hesitant to Admit it's been Nuked [Updated]

Update 27 August 2015:  Experts confirmed that the Tianjin Blast is nuclear in nature. Update 18 August 2015:  A bomb exploded in central Bangkok Thailand just 2 hours ago. Scores dead including tourists. Update 15 August 2015: One source is now saying that the Tianjin Blast was caused by some kind of “special weapons device” … Continue reading China Hesitant to Admit it's been Nuked [Updated]

Bomb Blast In Bangkok Kills 'At Least 27'

After the Tianjin China Blast which killed a hundred and still counting,  a bomb exploded in Bangkok Thailand’s busiest central district. Scores dead. Some of the planned attacks were previously thwarted, but certainly this week’s Cabalist offensives were not. We are entering a new phase of the endgame. Asia is now under an open war … Continue reading Bomb Blast In Bangkok Kills 'At Least 27'

Hong Kong, the Treaty of Nanjing Returns

Clearly, some young people in Hong Kong have adopted British culture – after the handover to China of their special province. They do not know the history of their country and what they owe to the Peoples’ Republic of China. For their great grandparents, London had brought only misery and desolation, causing the collapse of … Continue reading Hong Kong, the Treaty of Nanjing Returns

Donald Trump and The New International Paradigm | EIR

What we see right now is a completely new paradigm emerging, a system which is based on the development of all, a “win-win” potential to cooperate among nations, and obviously the idea for what was the axiomatic basis of the globalization system since 1991 to insist on a unipolar world, is failing, or has failed … Continue reading Donald Trump and The New International Paradigm | EIR