What we see right now is a completely new paradigm emerging, a system which is based on the development of all, a “win-win” potential to cooperate among nations, and obviously the idea for what was the axiomatic basis of the globalization system since 1991 to insist on a unipolar world, is failing, or has failed already. Continue reading Donald Trump and The New International Paradigm | EIR
“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.
The BRICS Alliance is forcing the world away from the geopolitics of endless wars and regime change into a world of scientific progress and development.
This has been the renewed invitation of the Russian President Vladimir Putin in his welcome address to the 20th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Canada used to sport very high moral standards until it allowed the supply of deadly weapons into Saudi Arabia just so the latter could kill thousands of hapless Yemeni civilians.
Now, it is intruding into another conflict it knows nothing about.
Some very striking developments between East and the West in the realm of economics are happening very recently. What we thought would take more years to start is already here.
The Silk Road is well on course and the first train of goodies from China has arrived in Iranian railway terminals to inaugurate post-sanction Iran.
The major developments in Eurasia in cooperation with its neighboring countries known as the New Silk Road may have given way the limelight to the regressive events in the West for the time being, but it has never abandoned the plan.
“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.”
The Eurasian Union has grown bigger by the day. At least three more nuclear powered countries have joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organization making the Eurasian Union at par or even bigger than NATO.
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.
Kazakhstan is one of the most proactive proponents of the New Silk Road mega-projects. It is a country that has the most stable political climate in the region, having just reelected for the 4th term its only president since the fall of the Soviet Union, Nursultan Nazarbayev.
He wins by a very wide margin of 97.7% to which he apologized. Unlike Macedonia, his country is not yet hypnotized by the likes of George Soros.
The very close relationship between Russia and China in terms of geopolitics and economics is now considered as a legitimate threat to the survival of the Eurozone.
It’s good to be reminded once again about where we are now and to where we are all going.
This current path that major parts of the world especially Asia are now navigating is one of economic and technological cooperation anchored on mutual respect and shared optimism for humanity’s future.
The blueprint for the massive infrastructure development has been in the works for sometime and its implementation is long overdue. The majority are becoming more impatient, hence the accelerated administrative ceremonies are to be concluded soon.
The ongoing megaprojects linking Europe and Asia will undeniably result to the remapping of the world economy. But for whose benefit will it be in the end?
Don’t look now, but Washington just blinked.
As we’ve documented exhaustively over the past week, pressure has been building steadily for the US to strike some manner of conciliatory tone towards China with regard to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a China-led institution aimed at rivaling the US/Japan-backed ADB. Britain’s decision to join China in its new endeavor has prompted a number of Western nations to throw their support behind the bank ahead of the March 31 deadline for membership application.
March 19, 2015 (EIRNS)— The co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) was asked yesterday by Alicia Cerretani of LaRouche PAC whether he would support the United States joining the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), and taking up Chinese President Xi Jinping’s offer for the U.S. to collaborate with China on this initiative. Ellison, who was speaking to a Capitol Hill luncheon sponsored by the Progressive Democrats of America, stated that it is a great idea and, that he agrees “wholeheartedly.”
Despite negative noises from the US, Switzerland and Luxembourg have become the latest European nations to apply to join the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Chinese Finance Ministry announced.
PRESENTATION BY HU YI
Mr. Hu Yi, First Secretary, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Denmark, gave this speech at the EIR/Schiller Institute diplomatic seminar in Copenhagen on Jan. 30, 2015. The seminar, entitled “Economic Development, and Cooperation among Nations, or, Economic Collapse, War and Terror? The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land Bridge,” was held at the Russian Cultural Center. Helga Zepp-LaRouche gave the keynote speech, and diplomats from two other BRICS countries, Alexey Kolesnikov from Russia and Machiel Renier van Niekerk from South Africa (see EIR, Feb. 6, 2015), also spoke.
Behavior such as this one is what’s delaying the global reforms that need to be implemented. Like we said earlier, Asia is very determined in establishing a planet of cooperation and peaceful coexistence.
It’s high time for the citizens of the West to remove the shenanigans controlling their governments.
The China International Payment System (CIPS) is due to kick off this year, bringing the yuan a step closer to becoming a global trading currency, as the new system will make payment transfers just as easy as in dollars and euro.
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.
China is putting her money where her mouth is, just like she did when America was just starting on strengthening its newly born Republic.