We start today’s second double podcast discussing developments associated with Taiwan which may upend much of the US’s foreign policy initiatives associated with what they term the Indo-Pacific. We then move onto discussing Chinese energy developments in Iraq and another example of how China for nearly a decade has been replacing the dollar in low and medium income nations. We then move onto a major analysis of relations between Russia and Kazakhstan , which will transform the energy and food markets in this geopolitical region of critical significance given the US is desperate to drive a wedge between the former Soviet STAN republic and Russia. It is therefore of no surprise that Putin recently paid a personal visit to Almaty to meet his Kazakh counterpart. We conclude discussing why a recent development between China and Lithuania has far wider context then might initially appear to be the case.

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