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Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative - Why China Will Prevail

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The leader of this silent industrial revolution is China's Xi Jinping casting ancient ambitions and perspectives into the new millennium anxious to once again acquire the leading role in global civilization
The leader of this silent industrial revolution is China's Xi Jinping casting ancient ambitions and perspectives into the new millennium anxious to once again acquire the leading role in global civilization
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It is a revolutionary project that will characterize the next few decades if not centuries. It will offer a stark contrast to the American drive for hegemonic domination by demonstrating the capacity of humanity to overcome conflicts and wars through cooperation and shared prosperity.

China and Russia are perfectly comfortable operating in today’s fluid geopolitical environment, as this gives them the opportunity to offer countries resisting Washington’s hegemony the military and economic means to persevere and eventually prevail.

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The new model of development which has increasingly won over central, and eastern Eurasian countries as well as Greece and Italy have provided a breath of fresh air for citizens everywhere who are looking with despair upon a Trans-Atlantic system which can do nothing but demand obedience to a defunct set of rules that commands only austerity, hyperinflationary banking practices and no long term investment into the real economy.

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