Russia’s disastrous invasion of Ukraine. Can the U.S. retain domination of the world economy, its trade structures, its financial system, its money flows, its politics, and what sustains all of it, military domination too? Russia’s disastrous invasion of Ukraine created what Russia fears most, a NATO military expansion including most former Soviet Union countries equipped with U.S. missiles destination Russia. And this has enabled the U.S. to continue to concentrate its forces in Asia, especially to force China to abandon its effort to build a power block in the global South that would frustrate U.S. corporate and banking elites. Bill Resnick talks to John Feffer, the editor of Foreign Policy in Focus and an experienced and prolific writer. They discuss this emerging world of economic and military conflict that could have disastrous outcomes, or maybe a good one if the U.S. and China rise to the occasion and come to collaborate to stop global warming.