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How could the #US  effectively wage a new cold war against #China  if it becomes engulfed in a political civil war and is led by a chief executive whom more than half of the country sees as illegitimate? asks Minxin Pei of @CMCnews .

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#DRC ’s history is a long litany of theft & conflict. From slave trade, t #Belgian  colonisation, to Cold War manipulation & ensuing wars, those who suffered most r th #Congolese  . Will things change sinc @FelixUdps  has replaced Kabila, ask @surambaya  .

#DRC ’s history is a long litany of theft & conflict. From slave trade, t #Belgian  colonisation, to Cold War manipulation & ensuing wars, those who suffered most r th #Congolese  . Will things change sinc @FelixUdps  has replaced Kabila, ask @surambaya  .

After the Cold War, NATO welcomed new members and the group expanded its global role. But today the organization faces internal divisions and rising nationalism. @shannonkoneil  lays out NATO's role in the 21st century.

Check out "Uniting Against Racism and the New Cold War" @EventbriteUK 

Western European armies have shrunk dramatically since the end of the Cold War. Here we show the decline in Western European combat battalion numbers since 1990 | Read more about European defence in our free-to-read research paper:

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Last night, state health officials warned that they don’t have the funds for distribution and delivery, which might mean that the vaccines sit in cold storage. Or ... Vaccines: Winning The Battle, But Losing The Ground War? (VIP Only)

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US Cold War on #China  to end in failure, multipolarity to replace Thucydides Trap policy – academics

To the horror of experts, 30 years after the Cold War, the global risk from nuclear weapons is actually getting worse. How a new administration can turn that around.

That Pankaj Mishra thinks that he can still salvage the discourse in New York Review of Books says more about him than about the grand illusions of the Cold War liberals.


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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is growing increasingly impatient more than two years after his landmark summit with U.S. President Donald Trump failed to produce a peace deal between the two Cold War rivals.

After fighting a brutal war & then serving eight years as US President, here was Dwight Eisenhower's 1961 warning about the menacing joint power of the US military and the private arms industry. This was before Vietnam, the cold war'>Reagan Cold War build-up and post-9/11 militarism:

Our relationship with Russia is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War. There is no reason for this. Russia needs us to help with their economy, something that would be very easy to do, and we need all nations to work together. Stop the arms race?

BREAKING: China's foreign minister says there is a 'political virus' spreading in the US and that the two countries are on the 'brink of a new cold war'

I covered the Soviet Union and its face off with American democracy. To liken this impeachment inquiry to Soviet tactics is to make a mockery of all who stood up for justice, accountability and the rule of law during the Cold War - including many, many Republicans.

I agree with on this: On the big questions, Trump is indisputably right: The Cold War is over. The world has changed. It is time to rethink America’s alliances, and act in our own interests for once.

Bernie honeymooned in the Soviet Union during the Cold War and thinks people lining up in bread lines “is a good thing” about socialism. He literally wants the US to become the USSR. But Trump is the Russian agent. ???‍♂️

In the Cold War, the US was a global (albeit an imperfect) leader for freedom and democracy. Today, we stand with Russia and Saudi Arabia (let that sink in) denying the science of climate change. More than just a mark of shame, the great tragedy lies in the damage being wrought.

As I discuss in detail in From Cold War to Hot Peace, Putin has been harassing me for a long time. That he now wants to arrest me, however, takes it to a new level. I expect my government to defend me and my colleagues, in public and private.