On September 2, ISKP published the 13th issue of its Voice of Khurasan magazine series in which it devoted an entire section to a very thorough editorial titled “China’s Daydream of Imperialism”. The piece is a big-picture analysis of China’s rapid rise to great power status, its resultant imperial hubris, and several problems Beijing is now dealing with as a result. The article is unprecedented in both its comprehensiveness and its content. When it comes to China, ISKP tends to focus on Taliban-Beijing relations and Chinese policy in Xinjiang – sometimes other grievances are fleetingly scattered about but nothing this in-depth. This article traces China’s rise, its growing tensions with the United States, its potential for future conflict with Islamic State forces, and more.
Boring repeating the western propaganga. More like ISKP is just another CIA asset.
Hell, the terrorists have in this case developed into more sophisticated intellectual analysis and ideological convictions.