Shane Quinn

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Shane Quinn has contributed on a regular basis to Global Research for almost two years, and have had articles published with the American news outlets People's World and MintPress News, Morning Star in Britain and Venezuela's Orinoco Tribune.

Will Biden seek de-escalation with America’s rivals?

A considerable advantage that China enjoys over its Western rivals, principally the United States, is the country’s rebuffing of neoliberal globalisation. Under its present...

How Mussolini, Italy’s fascist leader, met his fate

With allied armies pushing over northwards through the “tough old gut” of Italy, and German forces pulling out, Benito Mussolini took a long look...

China on route to world domination while Trumpism stumbles

Into the third decade of this century, China has continued its ascent as the world's second superpower. The United States, on the other hand,...

Soldiers for hire: The secret history of Wagner Group’s ties to Russia

Vladimir Putin has now been in charge of the Russian Federation for 20 years, and there is little doubt that during this time the...

Why did the US resort to use of force in Vietnam?

One of the core reasons the US resorted to force in Vietnam and its neighboring countries, was because Washington's imperial designs for south-east Asia...

Op-ed: US involvement in Vietnam and the domino theory

The Eisenhower government had been greatly disturbed by the 1954 Geneva Agreements, in which it was agreed ultimately that Vietnam would be unified, on...

President Kennedy’s handling of conflict in Vietnam

Though not extending to aggression, US president Dwight D. Eisenhower (in office 1953-1961) instituted and supported the sometimes brutal methods of the Republic of...

China’s programs in Tibet: Mao Zedong’s legacy

Considering its size, prestige and historical value, Tibet is a region within China's frontiers, of a vital nature to Beijing. Tibet in fact has...

Pearl Harbor: what convinced the Japanese military, that it was ‘now or never’?

By 1920, America had become by far the world's richest country, whose strength held sway over much of the Western hemisphere, and was stretching...

Battle of France: Wehrmacht advances through the Ardennes

Eight decades ago in the late summer of 1940 the Wehrmacht's generals, at Adolf Hitler's behest, were beginning preparations for a massive invasion of...

World War II, US military destroyed 66 Japanese cities

The extent of the devastation inflicted upon Japan by the American military during World War II is not broadly known, even today. In reprisal...

USA and China need to understand true costs of war

The First World War showed plainly that the resort to armed conflict is the most devious and damaging of all policies. Even in the...

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