Conflict Potential in Syria, North Korea, and the South China Sea

U.S. and Russian relations are at all-time, post-cold war lows with the recent American cruise missile strike in Syria.  Meanwhile, the U.S. relationship with China is severely strained due to China’s aggressive actions in the South China Sea and with North Korea’s continued nuclear and ballistic missile development.

Could any of these geopolitical hot spots result in war?

WindRock interviews Eric Margolis, award-winning syndicated columnist and war correspondent.  Mr. Margolis discusses: how the U.S. contributed to the Syrian civil war and its current policy predicament; what the U.S. can do to de-escalate tensions with North Korea and counter their rising threat; and why China aggressively asserts its claims on the South China Sea.  April 2017.