Geopolitics On The Boil As Hong Kong Protests Resume, India Hits ‘Tariff Man’, Iran Moves Further Away From Nuclear Deal

Geopolitics On The Boil As Hong Kong Protests Resume, India Hits ‘Tariff Man’, Iran Moves Further Away From Nuclear Deal

Sunday had a somewhat ominous feel to it, from a geopolitical perspective, anyway. As promised, protesters flooded into the streets of Hong Kong again as tens of thousands came out for a re-run of Wednesday's demonstrations. On Saturday, Chief Executive Carrie Lam suspended the controversial extradition bill at the heart of the tensions, but that's not enough. Critics want the bill withdrawn and have demanded Lam resign. Black-clad demonstrators chanting “Retract” charted the same route p
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5 thoughts on “Geopolitics On The Boil As Hong Kong Protests Resume, India Hits ‘Tariff Man’, Iran Moves Further Away From Nuclear Deal

  1. Europe’s attempts have not been admirable , merely what anyone who watches the Geopolitical front was expecting from the start.(service to the Empire’s attempts to delay the conversation and attempts to weaken Iran’s Economy thus.) C’est la vie….

  2. India…One more Ally alienated by the Disrupter-in-Chief, Tariff Man.
    P.S. SNL did a great skit last night with Putin’s Generals questioning Putin wheter Trump was still ‘Putin’s Puppet’. following the Mueller Report of no (criminally-chargeable) collusion.

    1. … it is not a big deal, compared to China.
      Yet it is another ally (especially when it comes to China!) alienated for, yeah for what?
      Totally unnecessary.

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