When the Trump administration finally does come to its senses and begins weighing the pros and cons, it will find that launching a trade war with China would be a losing proposition.
Last week at the Munich Security Conference, Singapore Minister of Defense Huang Yonghong stated that while the U.S. is welcoming its new administration, the United States and China should expound on their overall objectives regarding Asia’s foreign policy, and thereby give shape to the new world order.
If the United States antagonizes China and attempts to completely suppress it economically and militarily, then it will invite future global disaster.
Cuba’s relationship with the United States is like one of a student, where the power is asymmetrical.
The ugly shamelessness of an honest villain is easy to see through, whereas who knows the exact distance between a hypocrite’s real moral bottom line and the public’s perception of it?
Americans be denied an alternative option for convenient, expeditious transportation ... trade cooperation between the United States and China will suffer immensely.
America and Vietnam ... each hop[es] the other will play right into their plans for their own benefit.
With a president elected against this type of free-for-all backdrop, preventing an economic downturn will be difficult regardless of who is elected.
American values have not brought democracy and civilization to countries that have embraced them, but have overturned the effective systems in place and created ripe breeding grounds for terrorism.