Vol. 2, Issue 21
Great trip down memory lane….
Especially for me; starting a business with the State owned Cos/Bureaucrats in the late 1970s- early 1800s…. The “Re-opening of China” period.
It's a tragedy that nations see themselves as protagonists, unable to share the fruits of progress that can raise people out of poverty.
Different specializations due to different natural endowments and interests lead to dependency that exists between neighbors at the village level and also between nations at the international level. Dependency is the best safeguard against war. Choosing the course of accruing arms will inevitably lead to mutual destruction. Is that not plain stupid?
Diplomacy is the way forward. Listen to the others point of view.
It is reported that 63% of people in the U.S. say their government mainly serves the interests of a minority, while only 7% said the same in China. That should be a wake up call.
It's not only politics but the greed of US businessmen who shifted their manufacturing base from US to China in greed of making ×10 time profit using Cheap Chinese labors & tax free regime
Your perspective on US and China’s evolving relationship on point, Andrew. Thoughtful and nuanced, as always. Hal