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.
“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”.
This is a good comprehensive summary of where we are at this point in the ongoing BRICS lead global reformation. We, the new media, are all enjoined to spread this good news to those who are still consuming mainstream media trash. They all deserve to know what is forthcoming.
China’s “Asia-Pacific Dream” involves a region led by Beijing, not Washington. By Shannon Tiezzi November 11, 2014 Xi Jinping is quite the dreamer. In addition to his famous “China Dream” slogan, Xi called for pursuit of the “Asia-Pacific Dream” during an address at this weekend’s the APEC CEO Summit. The Asia-Pacific dream is the latest … Continue reading Is There Room for the US in China’s 'Asia-Pacific Dream'?
China’s ‘one belt, one road’ initiative is no Marshall plan — it’s far more ambitious. By Dingding Chen November 10, 2014 Chinese President Xi Jinping just announced that China will establish a Silk Road fund with $40 billion to support infrastructure investments in countries involved in the “one belt, one road” plan. This new proposal is … Continue reading China's 'Marshall Plan' Is Much More
November 8, 2014, 5:04 pm Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday announced China will contribute $40 billion to set up a Silk Road Fund to strengthen connectivity in the Asia-Pacific region.
As Western Oligarchs are fighting against their own shadows, China is accelerating its construction of land-based and maritime Silk Road to strengthen cooperation with countries along its path.
October 26, 2014, 5:12 am Emerging economic powers such as China, India and Brazil have long been demanding greater share of votes in multilateral development institutions like the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the Asian Development Bank to reflect their recent phenomenal growth. China’s economy is expected to grow to $10 trillion this year, … Continue reading China-led new Bank challenges Japanese, US’ influence
As promised, China together with 20 other countries inaugurate their infrastructure investment bank which would rival the ADB and WorldBank.
For doing a sloppy job, China just slap the World Bank with its own development bank separate from the BRICS itself. It’s initial project is to revive the centuries old Silk Road… However my country’s corporate government, being a complete whore and fully submissive to Washington, keeps on asserting its imagined sovereignty over territories it … Continue reading China Slaps World Bank