In 2022, The U.S.-led Unipolar Order Was More Unstable Than Ever

Monday, 9 January 2023 — Chronicles of Haiphong

The age of American Hegemony is coming to an end, but not without bringing massive levels of instability worldwide in its wake

In 2022 the U.S.-Led Unipolar Order Was More Unstable Than Ever

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin via video link on December 30, which drew alarm from certain Western media outlets. The New York Times, for example, concluded that the call came amid a “weak moment” for both leaders. Readers were led to believe that both China and Russia find themselves “isolated and desperate.” However, the assertion conceals a more difficult truth. That is, the U.S.-led unipolar order has experienced a number of challenges to its stability over the course of 2022 that show no sign of letting up in the new year.

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Ukraine News Links 7-9 January 2023

Monday, 9 January 2023 — The New Dark Age

The Ukrainian crisis as perceived by Mongolian society

“I Speak For The Georgian Legion – We Don’t Take Russian Soldiers Prisoner!”

The Trillion Dollar Silencer

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Why we oppose today’s planned UK space launch

Monday, 9 January 2023 — Drone Wars

Protestors gathered at Newquay ‘Spaceport’ in October 2022 to oppose UK space launch

Tonight’s planned space launch from Newquay ‘spaceport’ is the latest step in a new era of expansion into space by the military with the UK wholeheartedly joining a space arms race which will inevitably lead to greater risk of instability and conflict.

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Biden’s existential angst in Ukraine

Sunday, 8 Janaury 2023 — Indian Punchline

President Vladimir Putin attending Christmas Mass, Annunciation Cathedral, Kremlin, Moscow, January 7, 2023

The bipartisan consensus in the Beltway on the United States being    the ‘indispensable’ world power is usually attributed to the neocons who have been the driving force of the US foreign and security policy in successive administrations since the 1970s.

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