US vs China in South China Sea; Geopolitical History Lessons; Mali, Libya, and the US Agenda in Africa

November 23, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Eric Draitser of appears on CPR Sunday (November 22, 2015) with security analyst Mark Sleboda and journalist/broadcaster Don DeBar. Eric, Mark and Don discuss the ongoing tensions between the US and China in the South China Sea, and what this growing conflict means for the Asia-Pacific region and the world. They explore some of the history of geopolitical theory and analysis and debate the extent to which it is relevant to today. Also, Eric, Mark, and Don explore the issue of terrorism in Africa in light of the attack on the hotel in Mali, and the extent to which the US-NATO war on Libya is an important starting point for analysis. All this and much more in this week’s show.

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