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The Coming War On China | ITV

Brand new revealing documentary from celebrated film-maker John Pilger. Filmed over two years in the Marshall Islands, Japan, Korea, China and the US, this film reveals a build-up to war on the doorstep of China. Bringing together a combination of rare archive footage and interviews with witnesses, the film documents America's secret history in the region.

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John Pilger - The Coming War on China - upcoming documentary

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Afshin Rattansi speaks to award winning journalist and filmmaker John Pilger about his newest film, 'The Coming War on China'.
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The Coming War on China - John Pilger Interview (luxury edit)

The Coming War on China - John Pilger Interview (luxury edit)

MAN OF PRINCIPLE: Veteran documentary maker John Pilger reveals the trials of making The Coming War on China

If you want to rub John Pilger up the wrong way just ask him whether he's thought of putting his feet up and taking it a bit easy.

After all, he's now in his fifth decade of documentary making, of upsetting people, of speaking truth to power and holding governments to account for their bad behaviour in world affairs.

But Pilger, 77, won't have a bar of it.

This is all ageist rubbish you're talking, isn't it? Ehh? he snaps back with a wry smile, before doing a fairly funny old man impersonation.

Born in Sydney in 1939, Pilger is one of the most respected and controversial journalists ever to come out of Australia. Steeped in the old-school journalistic tradition of questioning authority, Pilger has been based in Britain since 1962.

An accomplished writer, author and exemplary interviewer, Pilger began his journey as a documentary maker in 1970 with The Quiet Mutiny, a 26-minute TV report for World in Action chronicling the internal crisis in the American military as it prepared to leave Vietnam.

He has since made scores of incendiary documentaries that often challenged conventional perceptions of world events. Often at odds with the practices of mainstream media, Pilger is a divisive figure with a well-earned worldwide reputation for confronting issues and critics head on.

Pilger's latest work, The Coming War on China, examines the changing face of China and questions the growing US military presence in the Pacific region. He argues that while China is not a likely threat to America, the military muscle being flexed by the US could prompt conflict.

Made with Pilger's usual passion and skill - he is nothing if not an entertaining and engaging filmmaker - The Coming War on China was also the most difficult to make in Pilger's formidable career.

During his recent visit to Melbourne we had the privilege of speaking to Pilger in detail about the film, the difficulties in making it and his reflections on an unparalled career as a journalist and filmmaker.

The interview is presented in two versions.

The shorter cut (14 mins) concentrates on Pilger's struggle to get the film financed via crowd-funding , his thoughts about the impact of his work, his feelings about indigenous affairs and his attitude towards money.

The longer version (40 mins; also linked to at the end of the short edit) contains the entire interview, beginning with an in-depth discussion about the film's issues.

Pilger maintains an excellent website at pilger.com. DVDs of his films can be purchased there, though, true to his nature - and on his insistence - they are also available to be viewed for free on the site.

Please enjoy.

To watch the short version of the John Pilger interview, please click here:


For the full John Pilger interview, please click here:


To view a trailer for The Coming War on China, please click here:
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What’s behind Trump’s trade war with China

Chinese and Trump administration officials are supposed to meet later this week to hammer out a trade agreement, but the challenge may be more difficult now that Trump has threatened to impose additional tariffs on Chinese goods. NPR’s Laura Sullivan talks to Yamiche Alcindor about how Trump’s more hawkish advisers are influencing his policy to depart from that of previous administrations.

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America v China: why the trade war won't end soon | The Economist

America and China are edging closer to signing a deal in the trade war. But that won’t mark the end—the issues at the heart of the conflict will be very difficult to resolve. Read more here:

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The world’s leading superpowers are locking horns. Over the past 16 months America and China have been trading blows through tariffs on goods. The impact is being felt on industries worldwide. But what is the story behind the America-China trade war?

So the trade war, what have you guys been looking at? The US doesn’t like that China is growing so fast and set to overtake America as the biggest economy in the world if it hasn’t already by certain measures. Basically China and the US are caught in this race of imposing tariffs on each other so the US slaps a high tariff on certain products then China retaliates.

It’s multiple industries across multiple markets, it’s huge. And I think right now would be a really good time to look at what’s happened how it could impact the world from now on.

At The Economist, we’ve been covering the trade war extensively Soumaya Keynes is our trade and globalisation editor based in Washington, DC.

How did this whole trade war kick off? How did this whole trade war start? For a long time there have been frustrations that past American administrations had with the Chinese. On the 2016 presidential campaign trail you started to see some really tough rhetoric.

China’s economic rise has been dramatic. In 1978 China’s GDP at market prices was just 6% of America’s. Last year it had grown to 66%. When considering local spending power China has already overtaken America. This unprecedented growth began with President Deng Xiaoping. He started opening up China’s economy to the world in 1978 and the country quickly became “the world’s factory”. Over the next decade, exports as a share of GDP tripled and by 1988 15% of China’s exports went to America. The World Trade Organisation opened its doors to China in 2001. And it was America that ushered it in.

After joining the WTO, China became an economic superpower. But people had expected the country to also become more like a Western capitalist economy. That didn’t happen. America now claims that China achieved its growth by not playing fair. Are those claims justified?

The Trump administration has been using tariffs or taxes on imported goods to try to force the Chinese to change their ways. In July 2018 America imposed tariffs of 25% on $34bn worth of Chinese products. That almost doubled the average tariff rate on Chinese imports from 3.8% to 6.7%. And it’s American firms that have to pay that tax. But with every increase from America, came an increase from China. Since the start of the trade war China has more than doubled its average tariff rate. America’s has tripled. The fight has become overtly political because China’s tariffs are hitting President Trump’s voter base. Many counties where Trump won in the 2016 election were here in the Great Plains and these are the counties most affected by China’s tariffs.

As things stand now, a ceasefire in the trade war could be drawing near. The two leaders are hoping to agree on a “phase one” deal soon which could mean some tariffs being lifted The Trump administration wants China to buy more American produce and tighten up their intellectual property rules. If that phase one deal is signed will it be the beginning of the end of the trade war?

Even if there is a phase one deal there will be a lot of issues still to be resolved. But there’s more to the trade war than just tariffs. America has also imposed restrictions on some Chinese firms especially ones in the tech industry.

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The Coming War on China - John Pilger Interview (short edit)

The Coming War on China - John Pilger Interview

MAN OF PRINCIPLE: Veteran documentary maker John Pilger reveals the trials of making The Coming War on China

If you want to rub John Pilger up the wrong way just ask him whether he's thought of putting his feet up and taking it a bit easy.

After all, he's now in his fifth decade of documentary making, of upsetting people, of speaking truth to power and holding governments to account for their bad behaviour in world affairs.

But Pilger, 77, won't have a bar of it.

This is all ageist rubbish you're talking, isn't it? Ehh? he snaps back with a wry smile, before doing a fairly funny old man impersonation.

Born in Sydney in 1939, Pilger is one of the most respected and controversial journalists ever to come out of Australia. Steeped in the old-school journalistic tradition of questioning authority, Pilger has been based in Britain since 1962.

An accomplished writer, author and exemplary interviewer, Pilger began his journey as a documentary maker in 1970 with The Quiet Mutiny, a 26-minute TV report for World in Action chronicling the internal crisis in the American military as it prepared to leave Vietnam.

He has since made scores of incendiary documentaries that often challenged conventional perceptions of world events. Often at odds with the practices of mainstream media, Pilger is a divisive figure with a well-earned worldwide reputation for confronting issues and critics head on.

Pilger's latest work, The Coming War on China, examines the changing face of China and questions the growing US military presence in the Pacific region. He argues that while China is not a likely threat to America, the military muscle being flexed by the US could prompt conflict.

Made with Pilger's usual passion and skill - he is nothing if not an entertaining and engaging filmmaker - The Coming War on China was also the most difficult to make in Pilger's formidable career.

During his recent visit to Melbourne we had the privilege of speaking to Pilger in detail about the film, the difficulties in making it and his reflections on an unparalled career as a journalist and filmmaker.

The interview is presented in two versions.

The shorter cut (14 mins) concentrates on Pilger's struggle to get the film financed via crowd-funding , his thoughts about the impact of his work, his feelings about indigenous affairs and his attitude towards money.

The longer version (40 mins; also linked to at the end of the short edit) contains the entire interview, beginning with an in-depth discussion about the film's issues.

Pilger maintains an excellent website at pilger.com. DVDs of his films can be purchased there, though, true to his nature - and on his insistence - they are also available to be viewed for free on the site.

Please enjoy.

To watch the short version of the John Pilger interview, please click here:


For the full John Pilger interview, please click here:


To view a trailer for The Coming War on China, please click here:

New Documentary 2019 Full HD China 2019 Part 1

To really understand China, you have to get to know its people. Winston SerpentZA Sterzel travels across China's first tier cities - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen - meeting the cities' most fascinating people, including a racy nude photographer, a mosquito breeding scientist and a DIY maker challenging gender and tech stereotypes.

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The deceptive promise of free trade | DW Documentary

Global trade is a hot topic of the G7 summit in Canada. Is free trade truly free - and fair? What roles do US President Trump, economic powerhouse China, and the EU play in global trade?

When it comes to global trade, it would seem that trickery, threats and deception are the order of the day - yet all this takes place largely beyond the reach of the public eye. Donald Trump has made America First” his agenda and rallying cry. Along with aiming sharp criticism at global export champion Germany, Trump has also introduced punitive tariffs and warned of further measures. Will this fresh wave of protectionism lead to economic isolationism and threaten global free trade? And what about those for whom free trade’s promise of prosperity increasingly rings hollow? Around the world, many people have come to regard themselves as the losers of globalization. If the true winners of free trade and globalization are not ordinary citizens, has the time come to revise the liberal orthodoxy of free trade? This documentary visits Germany, Switzerland, the United States and Cameroon to explore these issues by way of some everyday examples, including the trade in onions, floor tiles, and bicycles.
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China hits back in trade war by raising tariffs on US goods

China has hit back against the US as the trade war between the world's largest economies escalates. (Subscribe:

Donald Trump had warned China not to retaliate after he doubled tariffs on Chinese goods worth $200 billion on Friday. US-produced meat, fruit juice and beer are among items now likely to jump in price for Chinese consumers.

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Christianity, the largest religion of the western world, and China, the oldest nation of the East.
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John Pilger: 'Real possibility of nuclear war' - Ukraine crisis could start World War 3

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John Pilger, film-maker and award winning journalist, talks to Going Underground host Afshin Rattansi about the headline events of the year, from CIA torture to the Ukraine crisis. He says the whole tenure of the BBC coverage of the Torture report was ‘does torture work?’ Modern British history is full of torture, and the British were ‘masters’ at it. When the OSS become the CIA, it split into 2 sections – one an intelligence gathering section, the other a covert operations arm for the presidency, the central part of which was torture. He warns that the culture of apologising for the state, to minimise its responsibility, has ‘burrowed’ into the minds of correspondents, citing the defence correspondent on Newsnight failing to mention the role of Britain when appraising why the Middle East was a mess. He also says that parliamentary inquiries like the Nolan inquiry and the Chilcot inquiry are stopped before they can get anywhere, describing it as a ‘series of whitewashes.’ He talks of a ‘consensus’ to cover up, citing the arms to Iraq inquiry, where the only person that the judge commended was a Foreign Office official who described the Foreign Office as a ‘culture of lying.’ He says that the number of high-ups in the British establishment who committed serious offences ‘numbered in the dozens,’ and the only difference between the US and UK in torture is ‘in terms of scale.’ The real issue in democracies is ‘dissent being constrained’ physically on the streets. He believes it is ‘dangerous’ to protest in the way people did in 2003, whether you are an establishment figure, a journalist, or just a man on the street.

He says the Sydney siege, whilst horrific, still has to be deconstructed to find what’s missing from it. He points out that the Australian PM declared it a ‘terrorist act’ within minutes of it starting, when it turned out to be a lone wolf, and asks why someone with his history was on the loose. He argues that looking at the list of demands, they were all negotiable, and asks why force was used, and says ‘it seems very likely that the people in there were killed by the police and not by the terrorist.’

With Russia, he says he has never known the truth ‘so inverted’ over any one issue. He believes we are in the midst of a cold war more dangerous than the one he grew up with, comparing the raw propaganda of the prior to what we’re seeing now, with a ‘real possibility’ of a nuclear war. He compares it to Iraq, because both involved ‘fiction,’ the idea that Russia is attacking the West. He says oil prices were driven down by agreement between the US and Saudis, to wreck the Russian economy. He says it was NATO and the US that took over Ukraine, to the point that Joe Biden’s son is on the board of Ukraine’s biggest private gas provider. At a meeting in Yalta in September 2013, the ‘takeover of Ukraine was planned’ by prominent politicians and multinationals. There was a ‘coup stage-managed by the Obama administration,’ and blame shifted to Russia, who acted purely defensively. He says there is a ‘real prospect of war’ with a nuclear power and strong conventional military, and Putin has now started ‘talking red lines’ himself. He describes ‘extraordinary propaganda’ promoting tension and demonising Russia, which ‘may end up being self-fulfilling.’
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Inside China's ghost cities | 60 Minutes Australia

In 2013, 60 Minutes visited China's eerie ghost towns. An entire city - all the buildings, the roads, schools, hospitals, you name it - except the people. There is not a soul to be seen.

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