China Donates 100 Commuter Buses to Help Syrians

Buses donated by China are seen in Damascus, Syria on June 29, 2022. Syria on Wednesday received the second batch of 100 commuter buses donated by China as part of the Chinese efforts to help improve the livelihood of Syrians during the difficult times the country is going through. (Photo by Ammar Safarjalani/Xinhua) DAMASCUS, June…

Training for Uyghur Children in Syria

Here's a look at the kind of education Uyghur kids in Syria are receiving. A considerable amount of effort goes into whitewashing/hiding these details in order to delegitimize even the idea that there is/was a real and serious issue that needed to be addressed here. pic.twitter.com/PQCXULjhQs — Daniel Dumbrill (@DanielDumbrill) June 21, 2022

A New Order in West Asia: The Case of China’s Strategic Presence in Syria

Mohamad Zreik As the world order shifts into a multipolar world, a new balance of power based on economic ties centered in Asia emerges. Unanimity on a new American century had gone unchecked for a decade. The warhawk John Bolton lambasted Xi’s authoritarianism, claiming the new crackdown has made it practically hard for the CIA…

A New Order in West Asia: China’s Strategic Presence in Syria

Mohamad Zreik As the world order shifts into a multipolar world, a new balance of power based on economic ties centered in Asia emerges. Unanimity on a new American century had gone unchecked for a decade. The warhawk John Bolton lambasted Xi’s authoritarianism, claiming 80ee-a81e8473a002″ data-replace=”true” />A New Order in West Asia: The Case of…

Multipolarity: West Asia’s Economic Savior

Matthew Ehret With Russia and Iran standing guard, and China’s ambitious investments, West Asia must sever its western economic dependencies and race toward the riches of multipolarity. The transition from a western economic order toward a multipolar one is ushering in unprecedented economic and security advancements for West Asia. A race is now underway that will…

The Pentagon Controls about 60 Biolabs on the Borders of Russia, China

Al Mayadeen Russia says the US administration is consistently building up its military biological potential in various regions of the world, and Ukraine is preparing for another provocation in Kharkov. The United States is building up its military-biological potential, taking advantage of gaps in international legislation, Igor Kirillov, the head of the radiation, chemical and biological defense…

Saudi Arabia Considers Dumping Dollar for Yuan in Oil Sales to China

The Cradle The Saudi crown prince was quoted earlier this month talking about potentially reducing economic ties with the US Saudi Arabia is actively considering switching from the US dollar to the Chinese yuan in all future oil sales to China, a move which would threaten the global hegemony of the greenback. Riyadh is in…

China-Iran Strategic Cooperation Changes the Balance of Power

Vladimir Platov There has been a marked shift in the balance of power in the world as the US has recently intensified its attempts to regain world domination, including through sanctions against countries trying to demonstrate their independence from Washington. And in this respect, Beijing’s attempt to create a multipolar world based on an alliance…

Defying US Caesar Act, China Admits Syria into BRI

Giorgio Cafiero Syria is now the eighteenth Arab state to join the ambitious Chinese Belt and Road Initiative Syria’s entry into China’s Belt and Road Initiative is to support its economic integration into West Asia and fortify its post-conflict recovery Marking a major boost to Sino-Syrian relations, on 12 January, Syria joined the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI),…

Iran is Spearheading a Geopolitical Sea Change in West Asia

Matthew Ehret While the west bangs on about Vienna talks, sanctions and military options, Iran has been quietly building a vast network of alternative solutions to cement its Asian ascent Benjamin Franklin once famously wrote to his fellow colonials: “Either we hang together or we hang separately.” Those words are just as true today as…

East vs. West: Two Approaches to Dealing with Extremism

Brian Berletic The New York Times in its September 3, 2021 article, “New Zealand Police Kill ‘Extremist’ Who Stabbed 6 in ISIS-Inspired Attack,” would report that a Sri Lankan national injured 6 people before being shot to death by police. The article revealed that the suspect arrived in New Zealand in 2011 and has been…