Is the Biden Administration Moving to Repair Relations with China and Russia?

Is the potential explicit in Lyndon LaRouche's concept of a Four-Power agreement -- between the U.S., India, China and Russia -- to reorganize the bankrupt financial system and move away from geopolitical confrontation, shaping the talks last month between officials of the U.S., China and Russia?  The threatening rhetoric continues from the U.S. side, but there is an opportunity now to move from the lowest level of relations, driven by imperial geopolitics, into the possibility of mutually beneficial agreements.  As a disastrous situation looms facing renters, homeowners, landlords and banks, there must be a "LaRouchian" shift to a New Bretton Woods, based on a restoration of the American System of economics.  Cooperation between the leading nations is essential to avoid an accelerating downward collapse of the global economy.

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  • Joseph D'Urso
    commented 2021-08-03 13:13:50 -0400
    Unfortunately, I do not share your optimism over the recent US-China talks in Tienjin. There was no agrement with each other about anything. Official reports indicate that Deputy Sec. of State Wendy Sherman lectured China, and in return was lectured back.The US side merely read off a list of grievences and demands on issues only important to the US, such as "climate change, " while China’s primary concerns regarding the militarization of the Straits of Taiwan and the South China Sea were given short shrift. While maintaining that the US seeks a “mutually advantageous relationship,” the State Dept. contended that Deputy Sherman sought to make a discussion of “values,” i.e. the right to interfere in the internal affairs of China, the focus of her meetings. Among the usual list, the State Dept. claimed to have cited the “ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity” in Xinjiang. The use of such langauge is not only an invitation to end discussion, but questions how the United States is to be believed when it states that intends to cooperate with a nation that it wildly accuses of “genocide” and “crimes against humanity.” China also pointed that the US misrepresented the meeting, as Deputy Sherman did not have discussions and hold talks with Foreign Minister Wang, rather she met with her Chinese counterpart, Xie Feng. It is more than time for the US to understand that such behavior is not the way to maintain a dialogue, if that is intended, and if fact such bizarre “diplomacy” will have the opposite effect of that which the United States professes to seek.
  • Malene Robinson
    published this page in Harley Updates 2021-08-03 08:37:20 -0400