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China and US would gain from ditching of zero-sum mentality [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-3-4 17:12:28 |Display all floors
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi meets with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Feb 28, in Washington. [Yin Bogu / Xinhua]
A zero-sum mentality, which refers to game theory in which a gain for one side means an equal loss for another, has dominated the thinking of some when they look at China-US relations.
When US President Donald Trump released his new budget this week to greatly increase t ...

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Post time 2017-3-4 17:12:29 |Display all floors
I hope USA comes to its senses. Russia was not interested in USA election---rigging it. The Gong Show would have been more demanding. Regarding China ---great potential but parking THAAD in South Korea isn't going to go over too well. The Dems were whining when Khruschev wanted missiles in Cuba --see the comparison? Now --Crimea democratically by means of referendum voted to ally to Russia--but this is Russian aggression?? Ukraine--give your heads a shake - the entire scence is one set of corruption for another and Hunter ain't exactly a saint but biden time....we shall see.

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Post time 2017-3-6 03:46:13 |Display all floors
Global trade is to serve consumers in all countries. It's a win win whether big or small at one side.

US trade war will be lose lose. Biggest losers are consumers, exporters and Trump`s Presidency. A negative game

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