Russia Can Bridge Differences Between India and China by ALEX GORKA 

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| 03.06.2017 | WORLD This year, Russia and India mark the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited St. Petersburg to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 1 and take part in the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on June 2. The two leaders signed the St. Petersburg declaration. This was the fifth Putin-Modi meeting …

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How the US should engage China and Russia -  World stability Depending on America as economically vibrant and technologically superior


  By DAVID P. GOLDMAN It would be dangerous for America to pursue the Wilsonian (and neo-conservative) vision of internal transformation of Russia and China, with the goal of turning them into American-style democracies. conomically vibrant and technologically superior. It is whimsical to speak of a Russian-Chinese-American “alliance” in the sense of the European “Holy Alliance” …

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World Leaders Gather in Beijing While the US Sinks into Irrelevancy by WAYNE MADSEN 


| 20.05.2017 | OPINION While vaudevillian comedy-like shouting matches broke out in the West Wing of the White House between President Donald Trump and his senior advisers and between the White House press secretary and various presidential aides, world leaders gathered in Beijing to discuss the creation of modern-day land and maritime «silk roads» to improve …

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Alibaba founder Jack Ma highlights how One Belt–One Road differs from western trade schemes


ADAM GARRIE  6 hours ago 99 It’s a matter of consensus versus coercion. Alibaba founder Jack Ma has spoken about how China’s ‘One Belt–One Road’ trade initiative differs than the world trade organisations set up in the 1990s and early 2000s which have largely been seen as failures for the many while benefiting the few. Ma stated, “The greatest …

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Friedenspolitische Bedeutung des Textes von Graham Vanbergen (Monday, April 3, 2017,


  Berlin am 16. 04. 17 (Ostersontag) Der  Text von Graham Vanbergen (Monday, April 3, 2017, 13:16 Beijing/ original source „True Publica“ ist äußerst bedeutsam aus folgenden Gründen: Erscheinungsort ursprüngliche Quelle realistische Skizze der aktuellen Weltentwicklungstrends! Problematik der „No Borders“-Politik, die US-seitig gesteuert wird und sowohl Staatszerfall als auch Staatenneugründung unter US-Siegel impliziert (ursächlicher Hintergrund …

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China-Pakistan Relations Enter New Phase by ALEX GORKA 


| 03.04.2017 | WORLD Chinese, Saudi and Turkish troops for the first time joined the Pakistan Day parade in Islamabad on March 23 – a momentous event, especially in the Pakistan-China bilateral relations. Pakistan Day commemorates March 23, 1940, when a resolution was passed to demand the establishment of a separate homeland to protect Muslims in …

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” Historic Meeting Trump/Xi On Horizon.” M.K. BHADRAKUMAR


China Throws Gauntlet at India’s ‘Strong Man’ Modi by EDITOR’S CHOICE | 08.03.2017 Hyperbole and daydreaming have been two distinguishing traits of Indian foreign policy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration. The government resorts to unreal exaggeration to emphasize the real situation, while the reality gets blurred and is often substituted by a visionary fantasy, …

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Why America Can’t Afford to Get Into a Trade War with China by Patrick MENDIS, Joey WANG


EDITOR’S CHOICE | 07.03.2017 Americans should pay less attention to the partisan headlines and pay more attention to the historical trend lines Throughout the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump blasted China for its protectionist trade policies, currency manipulation and a number of other accusations. Indeed, these accusations were not limited to Trump as China bashing …

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ASEAN-Staaten auf der Suche nach einer selbstbestimmten Zukunft abseits amerikanischer Einflüsse


22.02.2017 • 06:10 Uhr Die ASEAN-Mitgliedsstaaten sind besorgt über die Aufrüstung vor ihren Toren. Sie fordern einen Verhaltenskodex, dem China bereits zugestimmt hat. Nur der Konsens der USA fehlt noch. Peking und Washington stehen im Wettlauf um die Gunst der Bündnismitglieder. “Eine Vision, eine Identität” – so lautet das Motto der ASEAN-Mitglieder. Im anhaltenden Territorialstreit …

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