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This week, after talks in Beijing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov revealed that Russia and China have agreed to discuss ways to deepen their security co-operation to counter U.S. efforts to assert its dominance over Eurasia.

According to Russian news agency TASS:

Moscow and Beijing agreed to engage on Eurasian security “with the participation of allies,” Lavrov said.

The two diplomats condemned the West’s attempts “to destroy the existing security architecture” in the Asia-Pacific. Wang cautioned NATO against “stretching its hands to our common home.” “Any remarks or deeds that cause division or add up to confrontation are not welcome in the Asia-Pacific, and they have no future,” the Chinese foreign minister emphasized.

These talks come hot on the heels of escalating tensions in the Ukraine war.

Russia’s government claims that Ukraine and certain of its Western backers orchestrated a devastating terror attack in Moscow. Also, Ukrainian forces reportedly attacked the  Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station, controlled by Russian forces, three times on Sunday. Finally, French President Emmanuel Macron continues to argue that NATO militaries should insert their own forces directly into Western Ukraine – a threat that has elicited a sharp response from Russia’s government.

This week, on The Critical Hour radio talk show, I discussed these developments with Garland Nixon and Professor Wilmer Leon, who are based in Washington, D.C.

We also discussed Europe’s increased reliance on liquified natural gas from the United States and Russia, as well as the failure of Germany’s Green Party to respect the core values of the Global Green movement.

You can listen to our 15-minute conversation here:


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  • Peter Bergmanis

    What is with your huge love affair with dictatorships? US imperialists are crap, but I am not interested in trading for genocidal Russo-Sino ones.

    • Vu

      How is it any of your business how other governments are run? Why can’t Western nations stop meddling into the affairs of other people? What gives them the right to sow violence and discord everywhere? Why do you assume American hegemony is somehow the best thing for everyone on the planet? “US imperialists” are literally conducting a genocide and you simply call them “crap”? I suppose you think you live in a democracy that values “human rights” and the “international rules-based order”…

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