With the world retracing its steps to the pre-covid era, subdued conflicts around the globe have re-surfaced with the rising terror of a potential World War III. The participation of Superpowers in proxy wars has created major hotspots around the world that are already on the brink of war requiring slight instigation to wage a war against each other.
US President Donald Trump has been on the attack against his rival former Vice President Joe Biden for quite some time. The newest in his line of attacks is the claim that Biden, if elected, would turn out to be compliant to China. Trump simplified the message for his followers, saying that Americans will end up speaking Chinese if Biden wins in November. He also went on to imply that China will own America if Biden is elected President. But campaign jibes apart, what might actually change for the US-China relations if Biden lands up in the White House?
Refusing to bow down to the coercive tactics of a bellicose China, India has decided to not back down from a standoff with China – along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh.
Contaminated drug shipments from China have forced lawmakers worldwide to give serious thought to the threat of weaponized medicine.
The US is prepared to write the fate of North Korea after Kim Jong-Un alongside China, but there are challenges abound for Trump.
Germany billed only a 130-billion-pound invoice to China for Coronavirus damages, Trump is coming for a lot more.
Joe Biden’s beloved son Hunter Biden inevitably steals the limelight each time his statesman father garners it. But not in a good way.
The world’s GDP has grown steadily. It went up by a total of 6.9% in 2018 – from $80.2 trillion in 2017 to $85.8 trillion in 2018…