In China, Podcast, USA


Activist and scholar of East Asian affairs K J Noh discusses the U.S. encirclement of China as a continuation of the ‘War on Terror,’ and the attempts to maintain U.S. hegemony in the face of increased economic integration in Asia.

Noh examines the views and decisions of U.S. policy-makers concerning China, and how things unfolded into the aggressive attempt to ‘contain’ China. The U.S. desire to maintain unipolar global hegemony increases the risk of catastrophic warfare.

Published on Unusual Sources, Feb 17, 2021



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