China-US trade war
The five summits: China’s post-covid rise and the end of US hegemony
The great crisis of imperialism since 2008 has deepened since the pandemic began.
Democratic “Czars”: Who will shape the US foreign policy in the Biden era?
A new team will come to the White House, mostly composed of officials from Barack Obama's administration.
The US continues to play the Taiwan Card
US Secretary of State Pompeo recently announced that the United States had lifted all restrictions on its relations with Taiwan.
Eurasian Conversion and Atlantic divide: Echoes of EU-China Investment Deal
The Comprehensive Investment Agreement (CAI) between the European Union and the People’s Republic of China that was announced at the end of 2020 keeps on fuelling international discussions.
The new US Uyghur trap for Turkey
President Erdogan demanded close cooperation in security and economy and stated that the Xinjiang region is an integral part of China.
Asia’s powerhouse RCEP trade organization signals the dawn of a new international order
The world's largest economic partnership has been created with the exclusion of the imperial powers of the Atlanticist Bloc - without the US, UK, France, or Germany in the agreement
The year that changed the world order: exclusive views on 2020 from 18 countries
We have gathered some words about 2020 from analysts closely in touch with their own countries. We present to you an international panorama from geographies all around the world.
EU – China investment agreement prone to change global economic weights and cause a storm in the Atlantic
Announced on the 30th of December, the CAI is expected to fundamentally deepen relations between the EU and China and cause a new conflict in transatlantic relations.
2020: main events and trends of the year
Major global trends 2020
Xinjiang Geopolitics in the 21 century: BRI, the US alliance with terrorists and fake news
China's westernmost region plays a crucial role in the future unification of Eurasia and creating a “Sino-Islamic” connection.
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