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Do Trump & Co. know China and North Korea have a mutual defense treaty? China Rising Radio Sinoland 140418

Kim Il Sung, left, and Zhou Enlai, right, were all smiles, having just signed their mutual defense treaty on July 11th, 1961 in Beijing. Does President Trump know about this incredibly important agreement? Look who’s right behind Zhou: Deng Xiaoping and Liu Shaoqi. A lot of history in this photo. (Image by Baidu)    …

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The Xi-Trump-Kim waltz is twirling across the historical, geopolitical dance floor. China Rising Radio Sinoland 170415

A photograph used in Chinese school books, showing grieving North Korean families mourning the death of their loved ones, at the onslaught of the world’s great imperial power, America. In fact, the official Chinese name for what Truman and the press coined “a police operation”, and later, “a limited war”, is “The war to resist…

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Is Trump threatening to attack North Korea? Or is it a Sino-US-NK ménage-à-trois dance? China Rising Radio Sinoland 170413

Pictured above, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un overseeing a massive military and patriotic parade (Image by Xinhuanet)     Editor’s note: this article is perfectly framed by listening to Jeff’s interview with guest Godfree Roberts, conducted earlier this week: http://chinarising.puntopress.com/2017/04/09/xi-v-trump-the-real-story-of-their-florida-meeting-with-godfree-roberts-china-rising-radio-sinoland-170409/ Then check out the follow-up to this article, for a full historical understanding of the…

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Trump, Xi, Syria and gold: guest Jeff J. Brown on Rory Hall’s “The Daily Coin” 170413

      Jeff Brown: China Moves 30% More Funds into Physical Gold Bars – Ingots Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below):       If you find China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s work useful and appreciate its quality, please…

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US Tea Party v China- Ron Acton and Jeff Brown trade questions, China Rising Radio Sinoland 17.4.10

                  Ron Acton with his alter-ego on the left. Or is that on the right?       The title is a bit of a teaser, since Ron Acton of the Tea Party in Jackson County, Michigan and host Jeff J. Brown were not looking for a…

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Xi v Trump- the Real Story of Their Florida Meeting, with Godfree Roberts, China Rising Radio Sinoland 170409

    Few people have the grasp on the inner workings of geopolitics as Dr. Godfree Roberts, who will be publishing “China 2020 – Everything You Know Is Wrong”, later this year. Fellow author and host Jeff J. Brown gets Godfree’s take on the just concluded visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping with American President…

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From poor peasant to PhD professor: Mobo Gao’s revolutionary upbringing during China’s Mao Era

      Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below):     Most Westerners take for granted the privileged, middle class upbringing they have had. Pretty cushy for starters, compared to the 30,000 children who, to this day, die every…

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“China Rising – Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations” is now available in paperback!

    Hear, hear! All good things come in their due time. Jeff J. Brown’s latest book, China Rising – Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations, is now published as a paperback book. After its initial ebook release in June, 2016, then updated into a second edition in September, China Rising has surprised all the pundits, being…

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Crush the Street’s Kenneth Ameduri interviews China Rising Radio Sinoland’s Jeff J. Brown 170323

                          Crush the Street host Kenneth Ameduri invited China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s Jeff J. Brown on his show. They discuss China’s economic and social model, which is largely misunderstood in the West. They also cover China’s debt issues, as well as its infamous…

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North Korea’s ballistic missile launch-does it really have any other choice? Jeff J. Brown on Press TV 170214

    Korea is still officially at war and divided North and South. The South is a client state, occupied by 30,000 American centurions on nine bases, likely holding nuclear warheads. If the North did not have nuclear bombs, it would end up like the West’s annihilated victims Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, or it…

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