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11/01/2020   Kissinger says U.S., China must cease escalating threats, or ‘we will slide into a situation similar to World War I’
By Chris Matthews
The U.S. must realize that it can no longer achieve ‘unilateral superiority’ in economic, technological strength, the famed diplomat says.
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11/01/2020   Critic and saboteur
By Martin Jacque
China’s rise from 1978 took place in a relatively stable international environment. At the core of this was its relatively benign relationship with the United States.
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11/01/2020   A thousand times worse: or, how to nuke history
By William J. Astore
History should be about understanding ourselves as we really are, our triumphs, tragedies, and transgressions.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “A thousand times worse: or, how to nuke history” by William J. Astore; 2) “Critic and saboteur” by Martin Jacque; and 3) “Kissinger says U.S., China must cease escalating threats, or ‘we will slide into a situation similar to World War I’” by Chris Matthews.

 

In the Music Section, we have Mozart Piano Concerto No 3 in D major, Елисей Мысин Young pianist and composer Enisey Mysin Елисей:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q32C1vdU6mQ&feature=emb_rel_end

 

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