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Trump Has Set the Stage For Russia-China-U.S. Cooperation for Development — Americans Must be Mobilized For the Program

President Donald J. Trump and President Xi Jinping | July 8, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

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The historic meetings of President Trump with President Putin, and then with President Xi Jinping, on the sidelines of the G20 meeting in Hamburg, have set in motion a new potential power in the world — not a geopolitical power to impose itself on others, but a power for the Good, bringing nations together to advance their common humanity. 617 more words

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Food For Peace & Thought: China-US Agricultural Cooperation - Panel One

The Schiller Institute, in collaboration with the China Energy Fund Committee and the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, held an all-day conference in New York City on July 7, 2017, bringing together farm leaders, agricultural scientists, engineers, and political and diplomatic officials from throughout the United States, China, and other nations. 18 more words

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Think in Terms of the Belt and Road, UN Official Tells Latin Americans

Speaking June 19 at the 18th world congress of the International Economics Association in Mexico City, Alicia Barcena, Executive Secretary of the UN’s Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), urged the nations of the region to look toward China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as an example of the economic cooperation and regional integration that Latin America and the Caribbean need, if they are to overcome profound problems of poverty and inequality. 258 more words

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EIR Reports: Heritage Foundation Holds Event on Globalization with Chinese Characteristics

A number of interesting Chinese scholars were invited to the Heritage Foundation for a forum titled “China’s Emerging Role in the World and U.S.-Chinese Relations.” The first panel was led off by Justin Yifu Lin, a former senior economist at the World Bank and presently the director of the Center for New Structural Economics at Peking University. 901 more words

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Don't Swallow the Induced Pessimism — The New World Economic Order is Already in Place

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Americans (and Europeans) who are subjected to a 24-7 barrage of reports on worldwide disasters, on Trump facing impeachment, on the world about to burn up from global warming, and more and more fake news, fake science, and induced pessimism — get over it! 579 more words

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St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Opens; No Obama To Discourage US Companies' Attendance

NBC’s Megyn Kelly moderates a panel with Russian President Putin and Indian PM Modi Friday evening at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. Photo: Kremlin.ru… 1,074 more words

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China's Success Affects Battle for U.S. Infrastructure Investment

Shenzhen section of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-speed Railway in construction. May 2011. Photo: Alancrh / wikimedia commons / CC BY-SA 3.0

President Donald Trump may be near another major policy shift away from the dead era of “globalization” — this time, an American exit from Barack Obama’s zero-growth “Paris Accord” — and continues to be the target of relentless intelligence-state attacks. 694 more words

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