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In short, if China is to retain enough power to effect a reunification of Taiwan (peacefully hopefully, but maybe otherwise, if forced by circumstances), it cannot allow itself to be dragged into a Second Korean War as the First Korean War ushered in the Cold War and delayed the reunification of Taiwan by 65 years and counting. China cannot let the tail again wag the dog.
In fact, China may have no choice but to open up the entire eastern front in what may turn into a humanitarian catastrophe of historic proportions, if it ever transpires. But given the "need" to decide the supremacy of the new fiat currency order, China might be welcomed to attack, and be attacked in return. Fiat currency is simply an IOU issued by I to U without anything except a promise to let U remain in power if you accept it. In short, fiat currency is the currency of realpolitik, measured in lives, lands, and property.
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But, China can choose instead to concentrate on its economic reforms, thereby avoiding a major war, by committing an economic hara-kiri instead by falling on its sword of Perestroika with Chinese characteristics. That would be an honorable way of surrendering without saying it, and would be quite acceptable.