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Mon Nov 23, 2015, 03:53 AM

On Greater Eurasia's economic supremacy over the West (ChinaTV)

"Global interconnectedness” and “global governance” are the unchallenged buzzwords of the day. But is this Eurocentric axiom relevant anymore? This may appear rather disconcerting, but the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) or Greater Eurasia – facilitated by Russian geopolitics and Chinese Belt and Road initiatives –may constitute a self-sustaining ecosystem...

... The Eastern mind is less receptive to an integrated global solution for every human problem. If troubles routinely beset households, what more can the global village do? Life is an ever-present struggle for balance. While the East is inspired by the yin and yang, the West resorts to the latest magic bullet, usually with disastrous consequences...

... The Asian renaissance has percolated into every facet of life via products ranging from sandals to surgical instruments to aerospace components...

... That makes a world of strategic difference as the East can exist without the West, perhaps at a sub-optimal level, but the West cannot function for a single day without the East.

This is a frightening reality for the West, which may resort to global destabilization and “rebalancing” via its patented variation of the yin and yang called, “shock and awe.” ...

/... http://english.cntv.cn/2015/11/23/ARTI1448262881663726.shtml

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Mon Nov 23, 2015, 11:03 AM

1. If you can't believe Chinese State Media, who can you believe?

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