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One Belt-One Road

China’s XJP visits Myanmar to build Belt and Road Initiative

CCTV: “Chinese President Xi Jinping will begin a two-day visit to Myanmar on Friday to mark the 70th anniversary of bilateral relations. It will be the first visit by a top Chinese leader in 19 years. Xi Jinping is expected to promote the implementation of the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor under the Belt and Road Initiative.”

V.I. Vernadsky and the American System in Russia

Vernadsky’s fight to establish a Ukrainian Academy of Science and his role as leader of the Russian Academy of Science are explored as are his revolutionary discoveries in anti-Darwinian theory of evolution along with his insights into the atom, physical space time and the nature of mind as a causal force for universal change.

Arguments in Defence of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Part I

The following is a three-part series of criticisms received as VKontacte (VK) private messages from an anonymous Australian citizen heavily critical of China’s rising influence and Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The following article responds to the first criticism, arguing in favour of the BRI from a Marxist-Leninist perspective.

China To Send New Delegation to Washington to End Tariff War

China is sending a trade representative to Washington in an effort to end the tariff war between the world’s two largest economies. The delegation will be led by Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen and will take place in August. No further details on the agenda have been provided. This news comes as Beijing […]

Creating Tomorrow: The Silk Road, Past and Present – Part I

The following is part one of a two-part analysis on the New Silk Road. It aims to explicate the history and theory behind the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), using historical materialism as a basis. Many thanks to comrades Joaquin Flores, Editor-in-Chief of Fort-Russ and Saikat Bhattacharya, analyst for Regional Rapport,  for their observations and […]

Enlarged US forces in Afghanistan seen as an attempt to stop The New Silk Road

December 27, 2017 – Fort Russ News – –  Andrey Afanasyev in TsargradTV, translated by Tom Winter – The increase in the US military contingent in Afghanistan is designed to prevent the implementation of the largest Eurasian projects. Photo: www.globallookpress.com An additional contingent of American troops will be transferred to Afghanistan in 2018, General John Nicholson […]

Eurasian Integration: Putin praises China’s One Belt One Road

May 15, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  RIA Novosti – translated by J. Arnoldski –  According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia supports China’s One Belt One Road project and intends to actively participate in it.  China announced its new economic strategy in 2013 as “One Belt One Road,” which aims to create infrastructure […]