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CNBC DELETED this part of its interview with Joe Tsai, a Taiwanese businessman, co-founder of Alibaba, owner of the Mets, was cut because Tsai's comments on China & Hong Kong Riots did not align with CNBC's anti-China narrative; see the full clip here https://t.co/k0FlgLugpP https://t.co/8wuKoqOvIj
RAND has published a report on China’s grand strategy to achieve global primacy. The paper is remarkable in that a China-dominated world order that it depicts would look to many outside the US as a more attractive alternative than the American hegemony./1 https://t.co/JLLtDYSnHf
Interesting, though there's no Chinese plan for "global leadership". All its plans are about raising living standard of its people, build an innovative economy driven more by domestic consumption. China' s priority remains sovereignty and territorial integrity - Taiwan. https://t.co/EmpkqZcChA
G7: The US and the UK are the two most reactionary Western powers. The US is desperate to remain the global hegemon; the UK dreams it still is. They look to the past. Germany is the most progressive. Forced to reinvent itself, it lives in the present: sensible, pragmatic, modest.
@Reuters Imagine!They still looked at developing Nations the same way they did in 1884 with the scramble and invasion of Africa. What these G7 leaders failed to understand is that, they schemed themselves out with their selfish and double standard policies.China has provoked a new thought
The G7 - Divided and in Decline: 1. US has 16% of global GDP; EU 15% 2. G7 no longer global: a Western rump 3. US priority: prevent China usurping it. EU priority: cooperate with China for future growth 4. US sees G7 as anti-China coalition; EU needs partnership with China