Such action by the U.S. is driven by no other motive than to use religion as an excuse to meddle in China's 'household affairs' in the hope of fishing out political benefits for itself.
Currently, the entire world is facing a stock market crash that originated from China. In other words, the economic power of today’s China is already large enough to impact the entire world.
Initially, after witnessing the extreme behavior of the stock market and the overly high interest rate at which people were [Read more]
Americans have not surrendered and want to take another stab.
What America wants least would be for the Arab world to unite, thus making it extremely difficult for Washington to control Middle Eastern oil, so it continues to prop up Israel, not to mention the fact that it incited eight years of war between Iran and Iraq; all with one goal in mind — profit.
What China seeks is not to challenge matters outside the international system, not to start from scratch outside the international order, but rather, it seeks room for development in the international order and a bigger role in the overall system.
Now that the Abe statement has forced China and the United States to the front of the stage, China has changed from fighting a war with Japan to combating a U.S.-Japan alliance.
If it were not for the Chinese-Cuban military pact having been one step from finalization, U.S.-Cuban relations would perhaps now be mired in negotiation quicksand.
Nuclear war now seems to be right at our very doorstep, making the whole situation indistinguishable from that of the Cold War at its zenith.
From this, it is abundantly clear that the mists of the Cold War have once again begun to coalesce around U.S.-Russia relations, with the two nations' actions growing ever more suspect and each maneuvering to establish its own sphere of influence.
What America is lacking is not guts, it is the people’s confidence and tax dollars.