President Trump’s brief inaugural speech was a declaration of war against the entirety of the American Ruling Establishment. All of it.
Trump is departing from classical geopolitics founded on the confrontation of Land and Sea.
The first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland was more or less dedicated to the upcoming presidency of Donald Trump. Chinese President Xi Jinping positioned himself as a protector of free trade and globalization. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump didn't attend the forum, but his anti-globalist rhetoric was criticized multiple times by the Chinese president.
China has not received an official invitation to attend the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, which will be held on January 20th.
However, former Taiwanese Prime Minister Yu Shyi-kun will represent the island at the ceremony. Along with attending the inauguration, the Taiwanese delegation will hold talks with politicians, academics, and overseas representatives of the Chinese community, as the ministry has informed on its website.
The English language Russian news agency, Sputnik, reports that former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is advising US president-elect Donald Trump how to “bring the United States and Russia closer together to offset China’s military buildup.
Modern China a Creation of Wall Street
China will have to confront the Three T’s of Trump, trade, and Taiwan, as well as the progressively unfolding and American-provoked New Cold War that it’s involved in with India, but Beijing could make positive geopolitical progress so long as its New Silk Road plans in Pakistan and ASEAN aren’t derailed by Hybrid War.