Tag: Hegemony

AN INTRODUCTION, by Sufyan Jan


Steadfast elders are hard to find and I am grateful Dr. Omar fulfills that role. I found the old white man online providing the meat of historicity for Imran Hosein’s extensive works on eschatology (INSIGHT Conferences: KL, Malaysia, 2011–2014). Not long after, I was… Continue Reading “AN INTRODUCTION, by Sufyan Jan”

Be Cautious: Dr. Chandra Muzaffar on the TPP


  The proponents of the Trans Pacific Partnership argue that the TPP would bring huge benefits to Malaysia “with as much as US $ 40 billion (RM 128.4 billion) in annual export gains and US $ 25 billion in annual income gains by 2025.”… Continue Reading “Be Cautious: Dr. Chandra Muzaffar on the TPP”

Overreach: America’s Imperial Waterloo?


By Stephen Lendman, Contributor theintelhub.com November 6, 2012 Arrogance defines US imperialism. In 1945, America’s economic, political and military dominance stood unchallenged. In his book titled, “The World in Crisis: The End of the American Century” historian Gabriel Kolko said US decline “began after the Korean… Continue Reading “Overreach: America’s Imperial Waterloo?”

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