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U.S. Must Play Its Part in the Belt and Road Symphony

The Chinese government has launched a global organizing drive to ensure that the upcoming Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF), to be held in Beijing on May 14-15, consolidates a “broad, international consensus on the Belt and Road Initiative,” in the words of State Councilor Yang Jiechi, the top-level Chinese official in charge of preparations for the Forum. Noting that “the global economy is yet to emerge from the profound impact of the international financial crisis,” Yang emphasized in a March 10 interview with [em]China Daily[/em] that “we hope the BRF will help drive away the clouds of the economic doldrums,” and that already “in countries around the world, priority is given to the real economy, the manufacturing sector, industrialization and economic diversification.”READ MORE

LaRouche’s Four Laws & America’s Future on the New Silk Road

Digital report now available! In November 2014, Chinese President Xi Jinping officially invited the United States to leave confrontational geopolitics aside and join the largest infrastructure and economic development initiative in human history, centering around the New Silk Road program. This “win-win” collaboration, together with LaRouche’s Four Laws, will be the fastest way for America to rebuild its decaying infrastructure, create productive employment, and secure a prosperous future. President Obama rejected this offer at the time. Will President Donald Trump now accept it?

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