Friday, July 30, 2021

Putin's people

 How Putin's cronies hide conceal reality via English courts. Britain tolerates Russian aggression via Putin's proxies. And it rewards unjust litigation against public awareness.

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Recent articles

From Thursday

From the Taliban with love. The Taliban and China find they have more in common than one might think.

From Wednesday

Brett McGurk earns allied anger over Iraq-Syria withdrawals. The White House coordinator has a reputation for political maneuvering

Decoding China's new list of demands to the U.S. Beijing wants to be given just about everything in return for very little!

Friday, July 23, 2021

Britain China

 The special relationship's great 12-mile test in the South China Sea. Much depends on whether Britain deploys a warship within 12 miles of one of China's artificially claimed islands.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Nord Stream II, John Culver

From Wednesday

What a top intelligence analyst thinks you should know about China. John Culver is the former head analyst of the intelligence community's China effort.

Biden channels the Hindenburg with Nord Stream II deal. The German Chancellor has got a great deal from Biden without having to give up very much. Vladimir will be pleased.

Monday, July 19, 2021

China cyberattack x2, Syria China

Biden refutes U.S. intelligence agencies on Hafinum hacking. The group does operate under Chinese state control.

China's latest cyberattack illuminates its priorities. Beijing is, among other things, focused on undercutting U.S. technology leads in the underwater domain. It also wants to scoop up information that would be useful to recruit spies.

China and Syria find kinship in genocide. The two regimes were praising each other this weekend. It shouldn't surprise anyone.

Friday, July 16, 2021

Stigma UFO

Why does stigma still soar with UFOs? The truth is, at least in answer to this specific stigma question, out there.

Russian "leak," BLM Cuba, Merkel in DC, Putin essay on Ukraine

From Thursday

Be wary of the Russian intelligence "leak." The supposed minutes from a January 2016 Russian national security meeting may well not be what they purport to be.

Black Lives Matter betrays its supposed values in Cuba. The activist group seems to be rather ignorant on the facts and realities of Cuba's dystopia

Johns Hopkins University honors a fictional version of Angela Merkel. The German Chancellor is not the hero for liberal order that some pretend her to be

From Wednesday

Decoding Putin's threat to Ukraine. The Russian leader pens an essay rich in historical mythos and expansive Russian nationalism.

Monday, July 12, 2021

Lebanon, Cuba, Iraq

Hezbollah and allies drive Lebanon towards state collapse. Lebanon has run out of money and thus the means to pay for critical necessities. The political obstacle looms largest.

Biden's belated Cuba condemnation. The protest movement receives a strong, if delayed, message from the president.

from last week...

Iran emboldened in Iraq as Biden turns a blind eye to escalating attacks on U.S. forces. The IRGC clearly feels it has the wind at its back.

Wednesday, July 7, 2021


 Why is the U.K. selling its largest semiconductor chip plant to China? The government's decision to authorize the sale is concerning.