Jeremiah Jacques

Russia Expands Military Power in Armenia

The Kremlin draws another former Soviet state back into tighter orbit.

What one component of a giraffe’s neck tells you about evolution—and about evolutionary science

‘This brings a watershed moment for EU-China trade ties.’

New satellite images show the People’s Liberation Army vacating a Himalayan flash point, and India is following suit.

‘[F]uture historians might choose Jan. 16, 2021, as the fatal moment for the American empire.’

More proof that the world is returning to an age of strongmen

Giving the Coast Guard a military mandate is ‘a sign that a plausible war can occur’ in the South China Sea.

A landmark China-EU investment agreement deals a blow to human rights and trans-Atlantic ties.

The prime minister-in-exile of East Turkistan exposes the evils that China wants to implement globally.

Russians are angered by worsening government authoritarianism, falling living standards, and extreme inequality.

The giants of Asia are being coy about their relationship.

‘Joint aerial patrols by strategic bombers used to be rare, but as they become more frequent in the future, the world will get used to it.’

Tokyo is casting the veil off its return to militarism.

Decrying racial injustice in America has become a prominent part of some U.S. companies’ public image. But when it comes to China committing ‘the largest incarceration of an ethnoreligious minority since the Holocaust,’ they seem to think profits are more important.

A growing number of military installations are making Russia more capable and antagonistic in this increasingly important region.

The Russian military is now more capable and lethal than at any time since the end of the Cold War—and Europe is taking note.

‘[I]t is clear from imagery that China is engaged in a secretive crash buildup.’

The black horseman is not finished riding.

‘Two presidents have emerged as clear winners of the U.S. election. Unfortunately, they’re sitting in Beijing and Moscow.’

Xi Jinping and 370 of China’s other most powerful leaders have laid out a roadmap for the next five years and beyond.

For a nation with such a disturbing history of military aggression to be amassing so much nuclear material should sound alarms the world over.

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