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Bradley Blankenship

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Bradley Blankenship is a Prague-based American journalist, columnist and political commentator. He has a syndicated column at CGTN and is a freelance reporter for international news agencies including Xinhua News Agency.

Why Israel is risking a dramatic escalation with Iran

While Israel’s latest airstrike in Syria appears totally unhinged, there seems to be clear strategic thinking. On April 1, Israel bombed and ultimately destroyed the...

Why the US decided to give peace in Gaza a chance

Washington was in a difficult position at the UN Security Council over its traditional ally. In a historic move on Monday, the United Nations Security...

People of Taiwan don’t want war with Beijing – so why did they elect a pro-independence ‘president’?

The outcome is certainly a boon for the US, allowing it to continue its campaign of pressure on China. In the heart of the Asia-Pacific,...

Pinochet wannabe? Argentina’s president-elect is not the libertarian he claims to be

Javier Milei says he is a freedom-loving anarcho-capitalist, but scratch him and a fascist bleeds through. The far-right Argentine economist and so-called “libertarian” Javier Milei...

How Biden proved his incompetence at summit with Xi

Even his own Secretary of State couldn’t help but cringe at the US President’s statements. Recently, the 2002 'Letter to America' by then-Al-Qaeda leader Osama...

Beijing’s vision for Hong Kong is about to be put to the test

The city’s new election scheme is based on its own unique history and China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ policy. On December 10, Hong Kong will...

MAGA power rocks the US establishment

The McCarthy drama shows that a small band of representatives can actually change things in Washington – even if all it leads to is...

Biden shouldn’t be ridiculed. He should be pitied

When Donald Trump spoke at the UN, everyone laughed. Now, Uncle Sam is just sad. Ahead of the latest UN General Assembly meeting in New...

This arrogant multimillionaire is spoiling for a class war

Tim Gurner’s claim that workers are paid too much and unemployment should rise sound exactly like a caricature from Das Kapital. Tim Gurner, founder of...

Huawei’s sneak attack tears a hole in US sanctions on China

The telecom giant’s new Mate 60 phone is a sign Washington’s chip tech restrictions are not working. Recently, Huawei’s Mate 60 smartphone rolled out to...

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