“One of the problems with the classic definitions of the Renaissance proposed is that they celebrate the achievements of European civilization to the exclusion of all others.
While incoming president Donald Trump accused China of currency manipulation, among others, during the campaign, China is offering the necessary funding and engineering know-how to build bridges of friendship in America as part of its global New Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road economic outreach programs.
The image seen here is a container exchange terminal sitting on desert sands, a symbol of things to come that is not covered extensively by the mainstream media.
Iranian cooperation with Russia has been a tremendous factor to the success of neutralizing the richest terrorist organization to date, i.e. the CIA trained and Turk-Saudi financed Islamic State.
“This clearly defines “Resource Development”. An amazing feat merely because China wants to invest and develop a 4000 mile infrastructure with trading partners from Asia to England. Every nation will profit from trade, not war, and a one-world multicultural exchange that will be a huge reward for humanity.
A dream? Why not? Technology will soar.”
When it comes to government projects we are used to wait for years before they become a reality. International project leadtimes are far longer. But not in the case with the BRICS.
Much analysis is missing perhaps the most important potential role of China’s Silk Road aspirations.
“Over 280 academics and experts from 30 countries have been invited to discuss proposals to build a “21st Century Maritime Silk Road”. The event is themed “collectively building the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and creating a community of common destiny”.
There was a Foreign Ministers’ Meeting between Russia, India and China held a day ago, discussing broad issues, from regional cooperation to global financial reforms.
Dr. Telémaco Talavera, president of the Agrarian University of Nicaragua, and spokesman for the Nicaragua Great Inter-Oceanic Canal Commission, gave the following interview to Gerardo Castilleja, of EIR’s Mexico City Bureau, on Dec. 20, 2014. It has been translated from Spanish.
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