A panel discussion and question-and-answer period featuring Hunt Tooley, Phil Giraldi, and Daniel McAdams. Presented at the Mises Institute’s symposium with Ron Paul: “War and Peace in the Age of Trump”. Recorded on 8 April 2017 in Lake Jackson, Texas.
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Last week the president of the Philippines signaled his desire to separate from US foreign policy and seek a rapprochement with China. The US is prepared to occupy five military bases in the Philippines and a long-standing mutual defense treaty. What’s next?
According to a recent study by the Pentagon-linked RAND Corporation, there are several scenarios where a US/China war may break out. Are China’s actions in the South China Sea pushing a war scenario? What about US intervention in the region?
The West is selling gold and the East is buying. What does that mean? Western “experts” are confused, but legendary investor and Austrian school analyst Jim Grant knows what is on the horizon — and why gold is essential.
More imperial BS.
The Baltic Sea, South China Sea, North Korea, the Black Sea, Russia, China, Iran — it seems the US faces “threats” from enemies everywhere. Do they hate us because we are so rich and free? Or might it have something to do with the US military being spread across the globe and demanding obedience?
Populist cries for trade protectionism are again ringing out, as politicians seek to blame China for bad US monetary and economic policy. But destroying trade will not only make us poorer, it is usually the harbinger of war.
Legendary investor Rick Rule joins the Liberty Report to reflect on the natural resources market and the geopolitics of west/China conflict.
Yesterday a US Naval destroyer sailed within 12 miles of an island in the South China Sea newly built and claimed by China. The Chinese claimed a 12 mile exclusion zone and have complained over the US “violation.” Is the US military “keeping the sea lanes open,” as the US government claims, or is it […]