This post was edited by BoMiller at 2013-7-11 16:05|
China and the United States have more in common than topographical similarities. Small matters such as sharing the wealth from space exploration, oceanic and natural resources will be overshadowed by the mutual understanding power needs to be shared and not owned by one entity.
Neither nation today wants to control the world. It cannot be done in another thousand years. The media finger pointing from the West and the East is just the New Cold War and is still in an adolescent stage.
The United States loses some $300 billion each year mostly because of Chinese intellectual property theft, said former U.S. ambassador to China John Huntsman to CNN in June.
In addition to IP theft, U.S.-China cyber security issues have come to the fore in the past month after NSA leak Edward Snowden alleged U.S. intelligence agents have been hacking hundreds of Chinese computers since at least 2009.
So what else is new......there will be deserters from the ranks on both sides all in good time.......it will happen in China--it is already beginning in Europe and Russia. What leaders already know will become public knowledge. Anyone who has an advanced education and any government experience knows this truth.
Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang penned a positive editorial in the Washington Post hoping the U.S. and China would "forge a more cooperative relationship.
He noted that 70% of U.S. companies operating in China made a profit in 2012, the 1,500 McDonalds in China have outperformed outlets elsewhere in the world and a flight between the U.S. and China now takes off once every 24 minutes.
This is world laundry time. Babies and children cry over spilt milk. Men and Women of Nations clean up the house, plant new crops and educate their children.