Living a Sino-U.S. Conundrum

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As an American-Hongkonger lawyer-writer living in Hong Kong, China, who writes about the importance of a U.S.-China global partnership to lead the world away from Armageddon, these are indeed trying and troubling times. Stay in Hong Kong Kong with its new security law that is scaring the beejeezuz out of political writers, or head back […]

Syria’s Red Line Overdrawn

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by Peter G. de Krassel America’s alibis for not helping helpless Syrian citizens and intervening are inexcusable. Not to provide arms to the Syrian opposition because they could end up in the wrong hands and would “militarize” the conflict is utter hogwash. What would the outcome have been had France and others not come to […]