• South China Sea: Pivotal Quandaries in Controlling Piracy – by Guo Changgang
  • The DNA of Aggression – by Manoj Kumar Gupta
  • The Indian-Vietnamese Strategic Partnership Takes Shape Against China – by Andrew Korybko
  • Tough Times Ahead For BRICS – by Aditya Chaturvedi
  • Yes, India Is Now Officially A US Ally – by Andrew Korybko
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South China Sea: Pivotal Quandaries in Controlling Piracy – by Guo Changgang

The six countries claimed for Spratly Islands—control taken by three of them. Geographically, the South China Sea is an astounding sea— it’s a part of Pacific Ocean, surrounding an area from the Karimata and Malacca Straights to the Straight of Taiwan Strait of around 3,500,000 sq. km. It is located in the south of [PRC] People Republic of China, east of Vietnam and Cambodia, West of the Philippines, and north of Bangka-Belitung…

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The DNA of Aggression – by Manoj Kumar Gupta

Anti-war movement in the US during aggression against Vietnam was not because millions of Vietnamese were dying. It developed because body-bag numbers were rising. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Many wonder why the citizens of hegemonic countries keep quiet when their ‘democratically elected’ ‘modern’ governments go on to destroy other weaker countries and at times, entire civilizations. The issue becomes somewhat intriguing when the mighty nations vouch by principles of equality, freedom,…

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The Indian-Vietnamese Strategic Partnership Takes Shape Against China – by Andrew Korybko

The more and more that the China Containment Coalition comes together in Vietnam, the more dangerous the South China Sea dispute becomes. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! The Indian Prime Minister paid a visit to China’s southern neighbor right before his arrival at the G20 summit in Hangzhou, and while there, he offered a $500 million line of credit to his Southeast Asian partner for the future procurement of military equipment. Many in…

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Tough Times Ahead For BRICS – by Aditya Chaturvedi

The BRICS alliance will have to wade through turbulent water’s in days to come. BRICS took off with much fanfare and excitement, amongst those opposed to western hegemony, as a unifying non Atlantisist trade block which would be a counterpoise to the US and EU led financial, economic, banking and trading system, but now it seems more and more bleak that BRICS could stand upto NATO and international institutions like…

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The Great Game of South Asia – by Isaac Umer

There are no friends in Bilateral relations. There are allies, which may become enemies and vice versa. China and USSR used to be bitter enemies but now they are allies. So why can’t we ally with Russia? A Gpolit.com Exclusive! August 30, 2016 was an important date in the history of India and the United States of America, as two of the largest democracies in the world signed a logistics…

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The US Just Began Its Regime Change Infowar Against Duterte – by Andrew Korybko

Duterte is very pragmatic in his foreign policy and wants to negotiate directly with China on their bilateral maritime dispute, previously saying that he’s open for a deal in exchange for infrastructure investment from Beijing. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Over the weekend a CNN reporter aggressively questioned Duterte about the more than 1000 people who have been killed for drug trafficking since he came to office, implying that the situation is…

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John Kerry’s Visit and Some Critical Challenges for Bangladesh – by Rajeev Ahmed

The current Awamileague government of Bangladesh will face three critical foreign policy challenges in coming future. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! The US Foreign Secretary John Kerry gave a speech to the fifth column (Civil Society) on 29th August at Edward M. Kennedy Center in Dhaka, Bangladesh. His gave some insight into US’s future geopolitical strategy for Bangladesh. When you are reading keep in mind that before Kerry’s arrival to Bangladesh, the…

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Here’s Why The US Wants To Break Bolivia To Bits With Hybrid War – by Andrew Korybko

Bolivia had better watch out, because the more that it bravely stands up to the US by embracing the multipolar leaders of Russia and China, the bigger the bullseye on its back becomes. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! (Editor’s Note: Andrew Korybko’sContext Countdown episode from 19 August predicted the onset of Hybrid War against Bolivia, which has now come true with the breaking news that the rioting ‘opposition’ kidnapped and killed the…

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Dynamics of Indo-Pak Relations vis-à-vis Kashmir and Balochistan, in the Wake of Recent Happenings – by Aditya Chaturvedi

Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parikar’s statement last year that India should foment instability in Pakistan, insinuation that irregulars should be used, drew a lot of cheers and applause, but it was nothing more than theatrical hyperbole at best, and foot in the mouth at worse. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! The contours of Indo- Pak relationship and the brief warming up and period of apparent bonhomie following bilateral summits and perceived Modi-…

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Searching For Answers To The Balochistan Bombing – by Andrew Korybko

Let me remind you all that an intelligence agency aspires for maximum output with minimal input, and that often times they don’t even have to ‘organize a provocation’, they just encourage it or allow it to go on without any interference. That’s likely what happened in Balochistan; whether India knew about it in advance or not, it ultimately ended up supporting New Delhi’s interests. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! Last week Pakistan…

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Urban Agriculture: A New Axis to Boost the Venezuelan Economy – by Jesus Rojas

Urban agriculture has entered very strongly as a new productive, social, cultural and economic practice. A Gpolit.com Exclusive! As part of the activation of the 14 engines of the national economy, President Nicolas Maduro said to activate the Urban Agriculture Plan which serves to boost and strengthen food sovereignty. Doing a thorough analysis of this plan, the Urban Agriculture is defined itself as one method of cultivation made at home,…

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