Webinar hosted by No Cold War – hosting a line-up of peace campaigners and academic to explore the issues of the ‘Quad’, associated attempts to construct an anti-China regional alliance and the prospects for a peaceful Pacific.
Racism against Asians in the US has a long history of discrimination and violence. Attacks on Asian Americans are again rising now as a result of the anti-Chinese propaganda of the new cold war.
There are two factors at play in the recent wave of hate crimes: first there is the long history of anti-Asian and anti-communist indoctrination in this country; and second there is the new wave of Sinophobia.
The recent wave of propaganda and Sinophobia has slowly evolved since the US Pivot to Asia began under Obama.
The Republicans are fighting to reduce voting rights to increase their prospects for winning seats in next year’s midterm elections to the US Senate and House of Representatives.
The prospect of a stern defence being mounted against this offensive at present looks grim.
By Martin Woodley General elections in the US are usually dominated by intense campaigning in a relatively small number of battleground states which can swing behind either Republican or Democratic candidates according [Read more]
By John Ross The beginning of 2021 has strikingly illustrated that Europe is one of the most important regions in which contradictory trends on relations with China are contending with each other. [Read more]