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PI Newsletter #70

Belarusians fight battery factory bankrolled by China These people fear their health is in danger. For months now, they have been vehemently protesting a factory that has been built near their town, which lies in the southwest corner of Belarus on the… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #69

Bolton Builds Anti-China Campaign at the U.N.  Diplomats and the U.S. Mission to the United Nations are also charged with rolling back China’s effort to secure international diplomatic backing for Xi’s signature Belt and Road Initiative, a trillion-dollar economic cooperation… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #68

‘The EU is an empire’ Wolfgang Streeck on why the EU is a deplorable institution that we must leave. EU propaganda enlists people’s desire for peace and friendship to rob them of their most important institutional heritage: the nation state…. Read More ›

PI Newsletter #67

Liberalism Then And Now One remarkable thing about these reversals is that liberals who supported the former have switched to the latter without apology or concern. College professors who once insisted that sexism in hiring stop and men and women… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #66

Europe’s Future Is as China’s Enemy Looking ahead, the United States is going to focus primarily on China. Washington will want Europe to take charge of its own defense so that the United States can devote more resources to Asia,… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #65

The “Disintegration” Of Global Capitalism Could Unleash World War 3, Warns Top EU Economist Drawing on game theory, Hanappi argues that the calculus that none of these countries would be capable of ‘winning’ a world war may be changing in… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #64

Europe Lacks the Will to Defend Itself by Bing West, in Strategika. So the European Union could easily afford to match the United States in defense spending. The fact is the EU has no intention of doing so because it… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #63

Europe Lacks the Will to Defend Itself by Bing West, in Strategika. So the European Union could easily afford to match the United States in defense spending. The fact is the EU has no intention of doing so because it… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #62

European Defense by Agelo M. Codevilla, in Hoover Institution/Strategika   In sum, history shows that the North Atlantic Alliance has been less an alliance than a protectorate, and that whatever capacities the beneficiary of protection might have had to defend itself… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #61

Pope Francis Leading His Flock to The Slaughter? The two foremost representatives of Christianity and Islam, Pope Francis and Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb — the Grand Imam of Al Azhar who was once named the “most influential Muslim in the world”… Read More ›