A China-Russia Alliance Is Neither Permanent Nor Strong

In this new article on the Chinese and Russian alliance (a.k.a Chussia), I posit that it is neither as strong nor as durable as many mainstream Western analysts claim (the same analysts who have missed every major global event these last few years). In fact, this article outlines why the Sino-Russian relationship is weakening and how the next couple of years are a pristine opportunity for America to cleave Russia away from China.

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VLOG: The Dawn of Tripolar Politics

In my most recent Video Blog, I address the budding Tripolar global order, in which the U.S. retains the dominant position but must be willing to deal on a more even basis with both the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation. I also urge the incoming Trump Administration to recognize the strategic overlap that the U.S. shares with Russia not only over terrorism, but also in curbing Chinese aggression in Southeast Asia.