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The US and China Play With Fire

Michael T. Klare Le Monde diplomatique
Long before Speaker Pelosi's plane touched down on, relations between China and the United States had been on a downward spiral. Isn’t it time to set aside the blame game and resume talks on measures that could reduce the risk of violent conflict?

Five Big Questions About Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit

Zhu Zhiqun Think China
Amid the furore following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, US academic Zhu Zhiqun answers five questions on everyone's minds about the visit — Does the US Congress follow its own version of China policy? Why has Beijing responded so vehemently?

Cable News Wants War With China Over Taiwan

Branko Marcetic Jacobin
On TV news, a jingoistic discourse is already developing over the Taiwan crisis — and not just on the right. The result could be another disastrous great-power conflict, this time with China.

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Left Internationalism in the Heart of Empire

Aziz Rana Dissent
American workers have a particularly important role to play in developing an internationalist vision that universally and effectively joins anti-imperial and anti-authoritarian ethics.

Delusions and United States Foreign Policy: Fantasies Continue

Harry Targ, Stephen David Diary of a Heartland Radical
A project the peace and justice movement in the United States can do with peace and justice activists around the world is challenge the delusions articulated by American and European leaders.

Have We Forgotten…Afghanistan

H Patricia Hynes Portside
The US 20-year war and occupation in Afghanistan, waged to avenge the September 11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, has taken the lives of more than 71,000 Afghani and Pakistani civilians.
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