This year is the 15th anniversary of the the events of September 11th, 2001.
China possesses nuclear weapons and numerous and well-armed ground forces. China has a fleet being fully transformed in a deep offensive spirit capable of operating far away from base. China has sufficient competitive multirole aircrafts.
Internet economy, One Belt One Road initiative, and draft cyber security law.
China is a rock-solid multipolar leader and is one of the main driver forces alongside Russia in charting a multipolar world future. Japan is one of the most firmly unipolar states in the world, standing at the forefront of the US’ “Chinese Containment Coalition” and being occupied by thousands of American troops.
What Russia's planning to do isn't just to provide Xinjiang with Altai freshwater supplies, but possibly even to expand this cooperation further in connecting northeastern and eastern China to similarly reliable and clean resources.
I have repeatedly referred to the serious report by the company "Mackenzie”, published a year ago, which was devoted to the global debt statistics, including data on its distribution by major groups of countries and such centers as China, the Unit
In 2030 China could become the largest economy in the world and, in such case, very probably surpass that of the United States by 50 percent, which would then take second place. India, whose economy could reach the equivalent to half that of China, would take third place and Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Brazil, considered individually, would not represent even one tenth of the Chinese economy.
China is the most important contemporary example that any successful process of construction of national power is the result of a convenient conjugation of an attitude of ideological insubordination with the dominant train of thought and of an eff