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January 28, 2022, 05:32:10 AM

China, The Next War

Started by Solar, September 02, 2020, 11:03:43 AM

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Quote from: Solar on June 10, 2021, 10:36:30 PMThis one is good, but in truth is a lie. They included virtually every boat in China, since all fisherman are in essence property of the CCP military, they included that number as part of the fleet.
I don't think one aircraft carrier against the entirety of the US fleet, can in anyway be considered a threat.

That day is not yet here.
What they forget is China's "One Child Policy". Many things that the CCP does is for internal consumption. The CCP wants to impress the Chinese public. Keeping the peasantry happy is how you remained in power in China. Now - what happens when the CCP wants to send a couple of hundred thousand "Little Emperors" off to die? That's why they covered up their casualty figures after the fight in LAC in the Hymalayas.
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Cuba Signs 'Belt and Road' Agreement With China

Cuba and China have signed a cooperation plan to push forward construction projects under Beijing's controversial overseas infrastructure program, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which has saddled many participating countries with heavy debt loads.

The Chinese Embassy in Cuba announced the agreement on its website on Dec. 26, saying that the deal was inked two days earlier by He Lifeng, head of China's top economic planning agency, the National Development and Reform Commission, and Cuban Vice Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas.

The agreement implemented a memorandum of understanding the two nations signed in 2018, when Cuba agreed to become a BRI participating nation.

Under the agreement, the two nations aimed to work together on projects in several key sectors, including communications, education, health and biotechnology, science and technology, and tourism, according to the Agencia Cubana de Noticias news agency.

The Chinese Embassy also stated that a timetable and a roadmap had been proposed to implement the projects, without giving details.

China launched the BRI in 2013 in an effort to build Beijing-centered land and maritime trade networks by financing infrastructure projects throughout Southeast Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. In recent years, critics have denounced Beijing for using "debt-trap diplomacy" to lure countries into its initiative.

Many countries have surrendered pieces of their sovereignty after failing to pay off Chinese debts. For example, China Merchants Port Holdings is now running Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port on a 99-year lease, after the South Asian country converted its owed loans of $1.4 billion into equity in 2017. Seizing the port has allowed Beijing to gain a key foothold in the Indian Ocean.

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