If they are serious about the global competitiveness of US companies, these congressmen should for example, ask General Motors management why they made large profits in China last year while requiring multibillion-dollar bailouts at home.
Even though the relations between the United States and China have experienced some low points since the end of 2009, China still let the American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the USS Nimitz, dock in Hong Kong, and the American government also sent a high ranking official to visit China. Some scholars think that [Read more]
In the report "Rise or Fall: China Is Pondering at the Crossroads," the author wrote that winners are made, not born. This is an outcry against the social inequity commonly existing in Chinese society.
There is a major difference between the concept of "winners are made, not born" in China, and "all people are born [Read more]
The night before the Chinese New Year, U.S. President Obama made a video announcement to the world for the Asian Lunar Year. At the same time, in the early morning of February 13, the U.S. headed a multinational offensive on the Taliban in Marja city, Afghanistan. This was the largest offensive since the beginning of [Read more]
President Obama recently shocked the world with his declaration that “America will never settle for second place,” because since the end of World War II, American dominance has never been called into question.
Anyone with an IQ above 70 could see the folly in Washington for keeping up with the annual practice of pointing fingers at the alleged human rights misdeeds in every country and region the world over except itself.
... as long as the world’s first nuclear superpower, the United States, continues to pursue an arbitrary nuclear policy, the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty will be difficult to enforce and the global trend of rampant nuclear proliferation will not be able to effectively be contained.