In early September 2020, the Pentagon issued a report on the development of China’s military and security services. The report is destined for US Congress, where the US Defense Department has been sending such reports for the last 20 years.
Central to China's rise as a global power are the attempts to increase its influence over Xinjiang, the country's biggest and most mineral rich region.
The “loss” of China in 1949 was perhaps the biggest blow to strike American hegemony in the post-World War II era, and it is felt increasingly to this day.
In the past, the known world's geopolitical center of gravity was the Mediterranean, before shifting towards the Atlantic, necessitated by the discovery of the Americas.
A major military conflict is brewing at the heart of Asia. It could come to nothing, or it could affect four countries.
May 2020 is being marked by America’s growing Sinophobia and the development of special measures against China.
China's exit in October 1949, from the sphere of US control, was perhaps the heaviest blow to strike American post-World War II global hegemony. China's successful drive for independence had been anticipated in Washington for many months.