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The Xi-Putin honeymoon is over-now it’s time to make the China-Russia marriage succeed long term

    Outside of Eurangloland, these two presidents are the hopes and dreams of a fairer, more just world. Now, they’ve got to make sure their excellent working relationship transcends their eventual retirement, so that the China-Russia marriage will last for the rest of the 21st century. (Image by politrussia.com)   The Moscow-Beijing Express Crosslinked…

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Jeff J. Brown reports live from China, on No Lies Radio, with Dr. Kevin Barrett 16.2.28

    [dropcap]F[/dropcap]irst hour guest: Jeff J. Brown reports live from China, where he says Baba Beijing is going mano-à-mano with Western soft power. Jeff says Western mainstream media consumers are getting a false, pejorative picture of what’s happening in China. He explains that the famous Tiananmen Square events were a CIA destabilization operation –…

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Dean Henderson on China Rising Radio Sinoland, with Jeff J. Brown, 15.11.26

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]y apologies for not posting this sooner. When Dean Henderson and I did our interview, my old 44 Days website had been down for over a month and when the China Rising website launched, I overlooked adding this one. Dean is a committed revolutionary and deserves to be heard. Jeff is honored to have on…

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Electric car urban myth finally becoming a national reality, China Rising Radio Sinoland, 16.2.21

    Our young neighbor, excitedly showing me how she charges up their new, low cost electric car, from their 2-bedroom/1-bathroom, 65-square meter apartment, nearly identical to our floor plan. Her full time job is to calculate the cost of fitting out the interiors of offices and big apartment and home developments. Hubby works for…

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Jeff J. Brown on Press TV- China accuses US of militarizing South China Sea 16.2.20

    [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hich country is right? The US or China? Which one is militarizing the South China Sea? Author, geopolitical analyst and lecturer Jeff J. Brown, in Beijing, provides an answer. Like to listen on Sound Cloud (the most up to date), Stitcher Radio, iTunes or YouTube? Check out China Rising Radio Sinoland at: Sound…

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Jeff J. Brown Q&A on China with Students at the Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute, Mexico 16.2.18

Jeff J. Brown, author, geopolitical analyst and lecturer, answers questions from students at the Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute, in Mexico, all concerning China. The host was Professor Hrvoje Moric.   Like to listen on Sound Cloud (the most up to date), Stitcher Radio, iTunes or YouTube? Check out China Rising Radio Sinoland at: Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/44-days…

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Baba Beijing is going mano à mano with Western soft power, China Rising Radio Sinoland, 16.2.16

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] went to visit the China People’s Revolutionary Military Museum in western Beijing this week. I was disappointed that the impressive and imposing, Stalinist main building is closed until 2017, for a massive enlargement and complete makeover. Baba Beijing spends huge sums of money on its museums and many of them have free entry. Just…

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Shadow of Truth – Jeff J. Brown (in Beijing): China Confronts Western Thieves Led By Soros

  Author and geopolitical analyst Jeff J. Brown, of China Rising Radio Sinoland, was honored to be a guest again on the Shadow of Truth Radio Show, hosted by Rory Hall in Nashville, Tennessee (http://www.thedailycoin.org/) and Dave Kranzler in Denver, Colorado (http://investmentresearchdynamics.com/). Today, their discussion revolves around George Soros recently announcing that he is shorting…

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Chinese President Xi Jinping’s new “Four Comprehensives” are a rebuke of the West 16.2.10

  An outtake from Xi Jinping’s cartoon hip hop video. The tigers behind bars refer to the many high level Communist Party of China (CPC) members, who have been thrown in jail for corruption. Monkeys are flying around for the New Year. Shanghai’s CCTV tower and a wind turbine can be seen in a field…

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The politics of Chinese fireworks. China Rising Radio Sinoland 160208

Pictured above: the remains of Roman candle batteries littering our neighborhood streets, which were set off right below our Beijing apartment, the night before, for Chinese New Year. I have mixed emotions about China’s insatiable passion for using fireworks. On the one hand, they invented gunpowder and fireworks. They also were the first to invent guns,…

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