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The ongoing G20 Summit could be the most pivotal juncture in the Eastern lead march towards global reforms as the two BRICS biggies, China and Russia, capitalize on their geopolitical gains in the Middle East.
Two very contrasting fundamental principles have always characterized the differences between the East and the West, i.e. the Darwinian “survival of the fittest” and the Confusian “governing oneself according to Universal order.”
This is a good comprehensive summary of where we are at this point in the ongoing BRICS lead global reformation.
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China’s ‘one belt, one road’ initiative is no Marshall plan — it’s far more ambitious.
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 in addition to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) proposal that 21 countries have already joined. A critical element of such plans is to “break the connectivity bottleneck” in Asia and beyond, which has seriously hindered development in many developing countries. Presumably a large amount of funding will go to building roads, railways, and ports in these countries. Thus, many analysts (see for example here, here, and here) have labeled China’s new initiatives as a Chinese version of the Marshall Plan, indicating that China would use such initiatives to seek influence and even dominance in Asia.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche made this presentation to the “One Belt, One Road” Conference in Beijing, Sept. 5, 2014.
The New Silk Road, as it was proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping one year ago, and as it has developed momentum through the BRICS Summit in July in Brazil, followed by the BRICS-Latin American Heads of State Summit the next day, has already changed the world. As a result of this New Silk Road dynamic, numerous large projects have been agreed upon throughout the world, for example, the second Panama Canal through Nicaragua, a transcontinental railway from Brazil to Peru, and numerous nuclear cooperation agreements among various countries.
Bao Shixiu, Professor (Emeritus) of Military Science, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Academy of Military Science, gave this speech at the conference “One Belt, One Road,” held in Beijing on Sept. 5.
I would like to extend my greetings and my gratitude to Dr. Xiao Jingqiu for inviting me here. At the same time, I have to say that studies concerning the Silk Road are a very big issue, and I’m not the top-notch researcher in this field. So I’d just like to share with you my very shallow thoughts about it, and please feel free to contribute all your insights and criticisms to me.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Sept. 22—Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Sept. 17-19 visit to India, and his close interactions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have advanced the important bilateral relations between the two giant nations, and has positive implications for the global development thrust being carried out by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) as a whole. Today, in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said that cooperation will remain the main theme of Sino-Indian relations. He pointed to President Xi’s observation that harmony between the Chinese dragon and the Indian elephant will bring benefits to the whole world.
China has been demonized during the time of Mao and for a very good reasons. He was killing his own people, 70 millions of them, as dictated by his puppet masters, i.e. the Jesuits.