Chip War: Can the U.S. Really Gain From China’s Pain?

by Prabir Purkayastha, published on Counterpunch, September 7, 2021 With the U.S. imposing technology sanctions on China, the world’s electronics industry is facing turbulent times. After the sanctions, Huawei has slipped from its number one slot as a mobile phone supplier—which the company held during the second quarter of 2020—to number seven currently. Commenting on this slide, Huawei’s rotating chairman[…]

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US and China Provide Vaccine Aid, Each In Their Own Mode

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, August 10, 2021 In a stunning announcement Aug. 5, China’s President Xi Jinping informed the First International Forum on COVID-19 Vaccine Cooperation of the country’s donation of 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines to developing and poor countries within the next four months. This urgent step builds solidarity and makes vaccines accessible in[…]

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The China Fear Factor

by Michael Wong, published on PeacePivot.org, July 20, 2021 America vs. China: “A Clash of Civilizations” Hillary Clinton famously said, “’I don’t want my grandchildren to live in a world dominated by the Chinese.” During his tenure, President Obama launched his “Pivot to Asia,” moving 60% of US naval power to bases surrounding China, developing the Trans Pacific Partnership treaty[…]

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The US War to Destroy China’s Crown Jewel and Secure US Cyber Supremacy

by Stephen Gowans, published on What’s Left, July 6, 2021 When then US president Donald Trump said he would call off US efforts to extradite from Canada Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to face bank fraud-related sanctions-evasion charges in exchange for trade concessions from China, he effectively admitted to a political kidnapping. The reality that normal US practice is to fine[…]

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America’s Impressive History of Bioweapons Attacks Against Its Own People

by Lee Camp, published on ScheerPost, July 6, 2021 Lee’s intro: Forget China-bashing conspiracy theories, let’s look at the fogging of SF, the microbial attack on the NYC subway and other unpleasantries perpetrated by the CIA and US military in our not-so-distant past. Comment: Even if the current coronavirus was engineered in a lab, we do not have evidence of[…]

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Increasing Pressure On China: The Pacific is Crowded with Military Ships and War Planes

by Ann Wright, published on Popular Resistance, June 28, 2021 This is quite terrifying.  The United States wants a “free and open” Indo-Pacific sea where they call the shots and make the rules.  What would they think if China wanted a “free and open” Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean sea or Gulf of Mexico where they call the shots.  Meanwhile these War[…]

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Countering the “China Threat”–At What Price?

by Koohan Paik-Mander, published on Organizing Notes (Space4Peace), June 26, 2021 This is really quite sickening.  My first thought was a line from the old Joni Mitchell song, “Big Yellow Taxi“, “Pave Paradise. Put up a parking lot.”  But, of course, it is far worse than that.  They are turning “Paradise” into “Hell”.  And we are paying  our tax dollars, […]

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Off the Rails: How Profit-Driven Motives Drive New Cold War against China

Document by Corporate-Funded Think-Tank Reveals How Profit-Driven Motives Drive New Cold War against China by Danny Haiphong, published on Covert Action, June 5, 2021 The same report paradoxically acknowledges the failure of the economic model the U.S. has tried to impose on the rest of the world A new report published in Railway Age magazine and written by the Information[…]

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The Russia-China Alliance, More than a Bulwark Against Imperialism

by Danny Haiphong, published on Black Agenda Report, April 29, 2021 China’s communist party-led government and enormous non-white population strikes fear in the heart of the hegemon in ways that Russia alone simply cannot. “Growing ties between Russia and China present a new vision for global development which is not bound to the violent limitations of U.S. empire.” Whatever mass[…]

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