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“Populism Leads To War And Poverty”: Chinese President To Deliver Stark Warning In Historic Visit To Davos

Essentially, Xi sees the US election and the political turmoil in Europe as an opportunity for China to usher in a new era of bipolarity on the way to -perhaps - unipolarity with China as the world's only superpower.

Essentially, Xi sees the US election and the political turmoil in Europe as an opportunity for China to usher in a new era of bipolarity on the way to -perhaps - unipolarity with China as the world's only superpower.
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3 comments on ““Populism Leads To War And Poverty”: Chinese President To Deliver Stark Warning In Historic Visit To Davos

  1. Interesting comment on one of the news program tonight regarding the impact of having Trump’s name on his large international holdings around the world.. He may not want to divest his business interest, but his properties are going to be amazing global targets for those who don’t like his policies, especially trade policies. Whether Russia has Trump’s balls in a vise or not, he clearly can not separate his and his family interests from his hard decisions when they are not favorable to his properties host countries. After a few of his conspicuous high profile properties are destroyed by “terrorist” or others with different agendas, even competitors, we’ll see how separate his business interests really are. It’s gonna be real interesting. Finally Trump is the reality TV star he always thought he was.

  2. “Davos Man” is aged and of a diminished and diminishing stature and has been all but reduced to mere “salvage value”. “Deplorables Man” is ascendant.

  3. Trump’s ignorance regarding trade and international relations is a huge danger to world peace as well as prosperity.

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