Xi Jinping’s expansion of Chinese nuclear firepower appears to be happening at a breakneck pace.
More and more onlookers are coming to recognize how destructive China’s ongoing assault is. But there is one momentous aspect of it that few understand.
And the United States is more vulnerable to them than any other nation.
Rhetoric regarding Russia’s rising military power often stresses Moscow’s aim to challenge America, but the more important region to watch for a response is Europe.
One more sign of deepening ties between the two Asian giants
The Cold War ended decades ago, but the nuclear threat is intensifying. You may think thermonuclear bombs couldn’t get any more dangerous. But they can—and they are.
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‘This expressway is another testament to the unbreakable ironclad friendship between Cambodia and China.’
‘Once again, America has showcased its broken will to the whole world.’
‘This is just the latest case involving professors or researchers concealing their affiliations with China from their American employers and the U.S. government.’
What is behind China’s deepening foothold in Central Asia?
This brazen move is only the latest showing that the days of China biding its time and hiding its strength are over.
‘Sri Lanka is on a highway to becoming a Chinese colony.’
‘No other external actor is capable of matching China’s economic capacity and investment potential in the region.’
‘The digital yuan’s acceptance beyond mainland China could give the regime a significant geo-economic tool, one that bypasses the network of banks and financial institutions that are subject to U.S. laws and binds client states more directly to Beijing.’
The Chinese ‘blinked’ last month. Now they’re back in greater numbers.
Efforts by the United Nations and other international organizations to reduce the nuclear threat have failed.
Putin is hammering the former Soviet nations back into Russian control.
It’s nothing new for an authoritarian nation to weaponize its citizens against each other. But technology could make the strategy chillingly effective.
If attacks on Ukraine and Taiwan were coordinated, how effectively could the United States military respond?
Despite China’s promises under the Paris Agreement to transition away from coal, it started more coal plants in 2020 than the rest of the planet retired. And the nation isn’t slowing down.
But he is beginning to look more like Ivan the Terrible.
Russia has reemerged in Latin America and is determined to increase influence over unstable, anti-U.S. nations run by Communist or socialist governments. The proximity of these nations to the U.S. mainland should sound alarm bells in Washington.