Matthew Ehret: The Dynamics of Nuclear Power Diplomacy: Russia and China vs the Neo-Malthusians

The Dynamics of Nuclear Power Diplomacy: Russia and China vs the Neo-Malthusians In 1975, an influential Stanford biologist named Paul Ehrlich (author of the misanthropic 1968 Population Bomb) stated that in his view, humanity’s acquisition of fusion energy was “like giving an idiot child a machine gun”. Ehrlich’s views were shared widely among the peculiar …

DefDog: “Signature Reduction”: Inside the Military’s Secret Undercover Army

“Signature Reduction”: Inside the Military’s Secret Undercover Army The largest undercover force the world has ever known is the one created by the Pentagon over the past decade. Some 60,000 people now belong to this secret army, many working under masked identities and in low profile, all part of a broad program called “signature reduction.” …

Matthew Ehret: Biden’s Anti-Eurasian Green Delusion and America’s Race to Irrelevance

Biden’s Anti-Eurasian Green Delusion and America’s Race to Irrelevance Many people couldn’t help but laugh when Biden told the Boris Johnson on March 26 that the USA and it’s NATO allies should create “an infrastructure plan to rival the Belt and Road Initiative” post haste. What would such a program look like? How would it be funded …

Matt Ehret: Will Canada Be a Bridge of Cooperation Or a Platform for War in the 21st Century

The arctic remains the world’s last frontier of human exploration. It is also a domain of great potential cooperation among great civilizations, or inversely a domain of militarism and confrontation. In recent years, Russia and China have increasingly harmonized their foreign policies around the Framework unveiled by President Xi Jinping in 2013 dubbed the Belt …

Caitlin Johnstone: Intelligence Sources Say Biggest Threat To U.S. Is Actually U.S. Policy

Intelligence Sources Say Biggest Threat To U.S. Is Actually U.S. Policy by Caitlin Johnstone A new “threat assessment” by the US intelligence cartel has named China the number one threat to the United States today, followed by Russia, Iran, and North Korea. This has of course led to blaring news headlines like “China poses the …

Matt Ehret: A Journey with Jeff J. Brown Through China’s History, Political-economy and Culture

In our first official Rising Tide Foundation Podcast, Cynthia Chung and I had the good fortune to interview China Rising Radio’s Jeff J. Brown on all things China. In this extensive discussion, Jeff goes through the historic voyages of Admiral Zheng He generations before Columbus which brought commerce, culture and trade to Africa, Europe and …

Matt Ehret: China and Russia: The New Guarantors for Justice in the Face of a Self-Cannibalizing West

China and Russia have made it absolutely clear that they recognize the sad fact that the oligarchy in firm control of the western alliance is adamantly intent on burning all possible diplomatic avenues of cooperation and dialogue as the Hindenburg of the western financial system continues to careen towards a fiery oblivion. It didn’t take …

Matt Ehret: China Hit With Sobering Splash of Reality as Alaskan Talks Melt Under Heat of U.S. Belligerence

Going into the March 18 diplomatic talks between U.S. and Chinese delegates to discuss the long-term strategic interests of the two nations, China projected a largely positive hope that the days of military aggression, trade wars, sanctions and interference into China’s affairs which characterized much of the past 8 years might finally be coming to …