A New York Times advertorial adds to mounting resistance against the neoconservative foreign policy establishment, as led by the voices of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
The reason why no one talks about the Chinese peace plan is that it is realistic. That is the reason it is such a profound embarrassment to fantasy policies of the West. It also explains its appeal to Kissinger – whose realistic suggestion that talk may be better than slaughter is a welcome departure from the roar of the war machine.
In this four-part series, we will consider how the capture of U.S. foreign policy by a 'secret state' has resulted in the dramatic loss of power and prestige for the world’s most populous and powerful Christian nation.