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Post by rumbeando on Tue Aug 15, 2017 3:12 pm


Southwest Cay, also known as Pugad Island, is controlled by Vietnam and part of the Spratly Islands in the disputed South China Sea. Photo: Reuters

http://www.scmp.com/week-asia/geopolitics/article/2106469/asean-and-china-have-moved-ondidnt-vietnam-get-memo
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Post by diktotar on Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:56 pm

Ointagru Unartan wrote:
Zuper wrote:Vestacka ostrva koja je Kina izgradila u Juznom-Kineskom moru u poslednjih par godina:

Uspeli su i da naprave 20+ godina staro drvece na tim novim ostrvima! Kapa dole.




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Post by Zuper on Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:22 pm

“To me,” Bannon said, “the economic war with China is everything. And we have to be maniacally focused on that. If we continue to lose it, we're five years away, I think, ten years at the most, of hitting an inflection point from which we'll never be able to recover.”




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Post by Zuper on Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:44 pm

Kada se sve uzme u obzir i nije los taj Benon, sto bi rekao Blumberg,

Bannon Isn't Wrong: China Is Becoming World's Dominant Economy

By one gauge of economic power it's already ahead of the U.S.
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18. avgust 2017. 15:01 CEST




White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s recent comments on taking a harder line with China got at an essential truth about the U.S. economy: It almost certainly won’t be on top forever.  

The nationalist architect of Donald Trump’s shock victory told The American Prospect that he’s battling trade doves inside the administration as he pushes for tough sanctions against China. 

“We’re at economic war,” Bannon was quoted as saying. “It’s in all their literature. They’re not shy about saying what they’re doing. One of us is going to be a hegemon in 25 or 30 years and it’s gonna be them if we go down this path.”






Bannon said he’s determined to push back against Chinese economic expansion, arguing only one country will emerge as a leader. 

“The economic war with China is everything,” Bannon said. “We have to be maniacally focused on that. If we continue to lose it, we're five years away, I think, ten years at the most, of hitting an inflection point from which we'll never be able to recover.”

If anyone’s maniacally focused, however, it’s leaders in Beijing. The country sets – and meets – annual targets for economic growth, and also sets objectives for everything from inflation and employment to population size and artificial intelligence.
The contrast is visible in infrastructure, which is decaying across the U.S. with massive investment deficits that weigh on long-term growth. China, meanwhile, is doubling down on megaprojects such as its growing 20,000-kilometer of high-speed rail network . There’s a target for that too: 45,000 kilometers by 2030.
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Post by Gargantua on Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:24 pm

Yuan Zeng @ImYuanZeng
CambridgeU China studies journal China Quarterly is asked to pull out over 300 articles, or their China website will be shut down https://t.co/0La1zYrGRC


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Post by Filipenko on Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:16 am

Benon je pravi boljševik - analiza problema mu je perfektna, a rešenje mu najviše liči na tupu sataru. 

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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:36 pm

China urges U.S. to fix 'mistake' of sanctioning firms over North Korea
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-nuclear-sanctions-china-idUSKCN1B220K?il=0

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States should "immediately correct its mistake" of imposing unilateral sanctions on Chinese companies and individuals to avoid damaging bilateral cooperation, a Chinese embassy spokesman said on Tuesday.
Washington announced new North Korea-related sanctions on Tuesday, targeting Chinese and Russian firms and individuals for allegedly facilitating Pyongyang's weapons programs.
"China opposes unilateral sanctions out of the U.N. Security Council framework, especially the 'long-arm jurisdiction' over Chinese entities and individuals exercised by any country in accordance with its domestic laws," the embassy spokesman said.
"We strongly urge the U.S. to immediately correct its mistake, so as not to impact bilateral cooperation on relevant issues."
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Post by Filipenko on Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:52 pm

Naravno, overili su niz kineskih banaka tim sankcijama, i neće im dozvoliti da učestvuju u prometu novca.

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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:54 pm

Bice novih banaka...Nije to zbog toga vec simbolike, lose krvi i tako to.

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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:59 pm



China is installing more robots than any other nation, and that may affect every other nation.
Shipments jumped 27 percent to about 90,000 units last year, a single-country record and almost a third of the global total, and will nearly double to 160,000 in 2019, the International Federation of Robotics estimates.

China also is buying more and more of its own robots. Under Made in China 2025 and a five-year robot plan launched last year, Beijing plans to focus on automating key sectors like car manufacturing, electronics, appliances, logistics, and food.

The government also wants to increase the share of Chinese-branded robots in the country’s $11 billion market to more than [url=https://www.bloomberg.com/news/terminal/%7BNSN OOWUQJ6KLVR5 %7D]50 percent[/url] of total sales volume by 2020 from 31 percent last year, and aims to produce 100,000 robots a year by 2020, compared with 33,000 in 2015.

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Post by Zuper on Sat Aug 26, 2017 2:45 pm

China Says It Has Quantum Radar: What Does That Mean?

Back in September, the Chinese government announced it launched successful tests of a quantum radar system, and has stood by those claims despite refutations from experts and government bodies around the world. While it’s not entirely certain whether or not the Chinese government is truly in possession (or developing) a radar system of this caliber, the ramifications could be potentially dire for the United States and its allies.
The China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC) announced its quantum radar tests reached ranges up to 100 kilometers (62 miles), which the Chinese military could theoretically use to create a radar detection network by spacing these devices about 100 miles apart. If this is the case, China’s quantum radar would have five times the range of a prototype that was jointly developed by researchers from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Germany.
A nation like China being in possession of a radar model this powerful would give their military an astronomical advantage over newly developed stealth fighters like the F-22 and F-35, both of which could be detected by quantum radar (and from 62 miles away) with optimal precision. According to military experts, a fighter jet stands little chance of escaping a defense missile strike once it’s detected by quantum radar.

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Post by паће on Sat Aug 26, 2017 3:06 pm

Дакле за бомбардовање било чега ће морати да се развију друге методе, нпр. балони са соларним моторима где би сво ожичење морало да иде кроз угљена влакна а метал да буде замењен нечим... С друге стране ако је за једнократну употребу, и делови који изађу из три де штампача могу да издрже да раде дан-два.

Осим ако квантни радар није некаква бабарога .


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Post by Gargantua on Sun Aug 27, 2017 5:19 pm

Mislio sam da okačim na EU topik al možda bolje ovde, što bi rekli 1 must read:



Chastised by E.U., a Resentful Greece Embraces China’s Cash and Interests
[size=9]By JASON HOROWITZ and LIZ ALDERMAN
AUG. 26, 2017



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[size=11]The port of Piraeus. China invested nearly half a billion euros in the port, transforming it into the busiest harbor in the Mediterranean. [size=9]CreditAngelos Tzortzinis for The New York Times
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ATHENS — After years of struggling under austerity imposed by European partners and a chilly shoulder from the United States, Greece has embraced the advances of China, its most ardent and geopolitically ambitious suitor.
While Europe was busy squeezing Greece, the Chinese swooped in with bucket-loads of investments that have begun to pay off, not only economically but also by apparently giving China a political foothold in Greece, and by extension, in Europe.
Last summer, Greece helped stop the European Union from issuing a unified statement against Chinese aggression in the South China Sea. This June, Athens prevented the bloc from condemning China’s human rights record. Days later it opposed tougher screening of Chinese investments in Europe.
Greece’s diplomatic stance hardly went unnoticed by its European partners or by the United States, all of which had previously worried that the country’s economic vulnerability might make it a ripe target for Russia, always eager to divide the bloc.
Instead, it is the Chinese who have become an increasingly powerful foreign player in Greece after years of assiduous courtship and checkbook diplomacy.
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Among those initiatives, China plans to make the Greek port of Piraeus the “dragon head” of its vast “One Belt, One Road” project, a new Silk Road into Europe.
When Germany treated Greece as the eurozone’s delinquent, China designated a recovery-hungry Greece its “most reliable friend” in Europe.
While the Europeans are acting towards Greece like medieval leeches, the Chinese keep bringing money,” said Costas Douzinas, the head of the Greek Parliament’s foreign affairs and defense committee and a member of the governing Syriza party.[/size][/size][/size][/size]

China has already used its economic muscle to stamp a major geopolitical footprint in Africa and South America as it scours the globe for natural resources to fuel its economy. If China was initially welcomed as a deep-pocketed investor — and an alternative to America — it has faced growing criticism that it is less an economic partner than a 21st-century incarnation of a colonialist power.
If not looking for natural resources in Europe, China has for years invested heavily across the bloc, its largest trading partner. Yet now concerns are rising that Beijing is using its economic clout for political leverage.
Mr. Douzinas said China had never explicitly asked Greece for support on the human rights vote or on other sensitive issues, though he and other Greek officials acknowledge that explicit requests are not necessary.
“If you’re down and someone slaps you and someone else gives you an alm,” Mr. Douzinas said, “when you can do something in return, who will you help, the one who helped you or the one who slapped you?”
The Trump administration, recognizing it has a geopolitical and economic challenger, recently intervened to help lift an American deal over a Chinese competitor — and the Greeks seemed happy to play one power off the other.

E.U. officials are concerned that China is buying silence on human rights issues and undermining the bloc’s ability to speak with one voice. Analysts say China targets smaller countries in need of cash, among them Spain, Portugal and others that suffered in the financial crisis. Hungary, where China is pledging to spend billions on a railway, also blocked the E.U. statement on the South China Sea.
Many analysts have noted that Greece’s human rights veto came as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras returned from a summit meeting in Beijing in May, where he signed billions of euros’ worth of new investment memorandums with Chinese companies.
Greek officials insisted that, despite all the Chinese investments, the country identified with, and was loyal to, the E.U. and did not do China’s bidding. Some European officials are not so sure.
“The Greek government needs to choose where its alliances lie and realize the E.U. is not only a market, but first and foremost a community of values,” said Marietje Schaake, a prominent member of the European Parliament from the Netherlands.
Over the summer, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany tightened rules to limit takeovers of German strategic assets, a move aimed at Chinese state-backed firms. As Ms. Merkel put it to a German newspaper after Greece’s vote blocking the condemnation of Chinese human rights violations, Europe “has to speak with China in one voice.”
She added that China’s economic might allowed it to pressure weaker European nations. “Seen from Beijing,” she added, “Europe is an Asian peninsula.”


A Gateway to Europe


In January 2015, Greek voters shook Europe by electing the radical leftist Syriza party and its leader, Mr. Tsipras. He had campaigned to end the austerity measures of the E.U. and halt privatizations like the port of Piraeus. Boisterous protesters spilled into Athens, waving Syriza flags and denouncing the European power centers, Brussels and Berlin.
But it was Beijing that became quietly nervous. China’s years of laborious and expensive spadework in Greece suddenly seemed imperiled, especially its investments in Piraeus.
Immediately after Mr. Tsipras took office, the Chinese ambassador, Zou Xiaoli, became the first foreign official to pay him a visit. Mr. Zou pressed Mr. Tsipras to honor the previous Greek government’s commitments to privatize Piraeus, according to several people with knowledge of the meeting.

Back in Beijing, Chinese officials expressed displeasure, and the state-run news media ran articles questioning Greece’s friendship with China. Less than a week later, the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, telephoned Mr. Tsipras to make sure there were no more misunderstandings.

In response, Mr. Tsipras and his deputies announced an “upgrading of relations between Greece and China.” Within weeks, three Chinese frigates arrived in Piraeus port. At a ceremony, Mr. Tsipras affirmed Greece’s intent to “serve as China’s gateway into Europe.”



Mr. Tsipras boarded a Chinese frigate during a ceremony at the port of Piraeus in 2015.CreditAlkis Konstantinidis/Reuters[/size][/size]


Even as Berlin and Brussels grow wary of Chinese investment, Greece may not care, after suffering under German-enforced austerity attached to the international bailouts that have kept the country afloat since the 2010 debt crisis.
In 2010, as creditors demanded the gutting of pensions and sharp tax increases, the Chinese offered to buy toxic Greek government bonds. In 2013, as Greece became increasingly subject to creditor budget restrictions, the Chinese spent freely on Greek assets.
In turn, Greece has sometimes been a voice in the room at the E.U. for China on sensitive issues — although government officials insist Greece remains loyal to the bloc and to NATO, and is only seeking to strike a balance in a shifting world.
As for scuttling the E.U. statement on China’s human rights violations — the first time in a decade the bloc was silenced — government officials said Greece viewed the E.U. approach as “unproductive.” After the vote, China’s Foreign Ministry applauded “the relevant E.U. country for sticking to the right position.”




A ship in the repair zone on a floating dock in the port of Piraeus. CreditAngelos Tzortzinis for The New York Times


‘A Kind of Neocolonialism’


Along more than 20 miles of coastline outside Athens, a forest of cranes at the Piraeus port load and unload thousands of containers from China and around the world. An ultramodern floating dock is scheduled for arrival in November from China. A planned new Chinese-financed passenger hub is also in the works.
China has transformed Piraeus into the Mediterranean’s busiest port, investing nearly half a billion euros through the state-backed shipping conglomerate Cosco. It hopes to make Piraeus the entry point to Europe under its One Belt, One Road project.
Chinese goods would travel along a new network of railways and roads radiating up through Central European nations, with the prized destination being Germany, where China invested $12 billion last year alone.
In the middle of the port, Chinese, Greek and E.U. flags flutter in front of the headquarters of Cosco, which now controls the entire waterfront through its 67 percent stake in the port.
“It’s a kind of neocolonialism without the gunboats,” said Mr. Douzinas with a chuckle.

Greek officials note that, unlike democratic nations that change politicians every few years, the Chinese have a long and steady strategic view.
“They know what they want,” said Stergios Pitsiorlas, the Greek deputy economics minister and one of the government’s point men dealing with China.

Cosco has brought around 1,000 jobs to the area, but it has outfitted cargo docks with cranes made in China, not in Greece, and expanded the docks with building materials from China. And as Greece struggles through record joblessness, the company has used subcontractors to hire around 1,500 workers mostly on short-term contracts at wages far below what unionized Greek dockworkers are paid.
“There are more workers, but they earn less income,” said Giorgos Gogos, the general secretary of the Piraeus dockworkers union.


Yet Greece needs any jobs, and leaders are counting on more Chinese investment. Fosun International Holdings, a Chinese conglomerate run by Guo Guangchang, often referred to as China’s Warren Buffett, is spending billions of euros with a consortium with Greek and Arab investors to convert an abandoned former airport on the seaside outside Athens into a posh playground three times the size of Monaco for moneyed tourists. The project, Hellenikon, is part of a bigger plan to bring over 1.5 million Chinese tourists to Greece during the next five years.
Mr. Tsipras has swept aside regulatory hurdles, clearing two large refugee camps installed in the former airport, and quashing attempts by members of his own party to delay construction because of concerns the project might pave over ancient archaeological sites.
“That also has been unstuck,” said Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, the Greek economy minister.

China vs. America


After World War II, the benefactor showering millions on Greece was the United States, courtesy of the Marshall Plan. America’s role in Greece wasn’t always popular — especially its support for the country’s military dictatorship during the Cold War — but the United States was regarded as the gold standard for economic opportunity. Not so much anymore.
When former President Obama visited Greece last November on his final foreign trip, some Syriza officials, bitter that his administration had not intervened more forcefully during the financial crisis, mocked his speech as a funeral oration for his own legacy, worthy of Pericles.
Privately, Mr. Obama’s advisers said the trip also served to demonstrate, somewhat belatedly, American engagement in Greece in the face of Russian meddling in the region.

But it was China that was most deeply entrenched. Eliot Engel, the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, described a “free-for-all for rogue countries” in Greece.
“We see it with Russia and we see it with China,” he said as he attended a July 4 party at the United States ambassador’s residence in Athens, part of a congressional delegation that had come to drum up business for American companies. “That’s why it’s so important for America to be engaged in the world.”
Mr. Tsipras is trying to play both sides. Having traveled twice in a year to Beijing to meet the Chinese president and attend One Belt, One Road forums to draw investment, he has recently welcomed American businessmen and promoted Greece’s recovery to American lawmakers.
In May, when Fosun and two other Chinese companies bid to take over a major Greek insurer, the United States commerce secretary, Wilbur L. Ross, intervened to help push the deal into the hands of Calamos Investments, a Greek-American consortium whose chief executive is a backer of President Trump. The Exin Group, a Dutch partnership with Calamos, eventually won the bid.
“He sent us a letter asking us to look at Calamos,” said Mr. Papadimitriou, the economy minister. Any deal, Mr. Ross implied in the letter, “could be the beginning of more investments in Greece,” Mr. Papadimitriou recalled.

Some Greek government officials cited Fosun’s defeat as evidence that Athens wasn’t under China’s sway.
“We are sensitive to being viewed as someone else’s colony,” said Panagiotis Kouroumblis, Greece’s maritime minister. “Nothing can move forward without the agreement of the Greek state.”
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Post by Filipenko on Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:25 pm

Glupi Grci, umesto da se kao mi oslone na Nemačku, EU i Angelu Merkel, uz sve evropske vrednosti i evropsku solidarnost...

Oh, wait! 
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Post by Ointagru Unartan on Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:28 pm

wow!


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Post by Kinder Lad on Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:40 pm

To je super. Jednom kad smo u EU i NATO i ja bih to radio što rade i Grci 


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Post by Filipenko on Sun Aug 27, 2017 11:24 pm

Kinder Lad wrote:To je super. Jednom kad smo u EU i NATO i ja bih to radio što rade i Grci 





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Post by Zuper on Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:31 am

India, China to Ease Months-Long Military Face-Off in Himalayas


India said it has agreed with China to de-escalate a tense, months-long border stand-off days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping are set to attend the BRICS Summit.
The two countries agreed to an "expeditious disengagement" of troops at Doklam, India’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday. The dispute had seen soldiers of the two nuclear-armed Asian giants facing off in a remote part of the Himalayas, near a shared border between Bhutan, China and India.
"In recent weeks, India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in respect of the incident at Doklam," the statement read. "During these communications, we were able to express our views and convey our concerns and interests. On this basis, expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going."
The BRICS Summit -- involving leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa -- is due to be held in the coastal Chinese city of Xiamen from Sept. 3 to Sept. 5.

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Post by Zuper on Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:31 pm

Apple Faces Monopoly Lawsuit in China for Authorization Practice: BBG


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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 29, 2017 12:06 pm

The current visit by the Chinese is of significance, as it could be a precursor to a hefty Chinese involvement in the eagerly awaited Saudi Aramco IPO next year. In March, during a visit of the King Salman to China, the two countries signed several energy and space technology deals worth $65 billion.

The fact that both sides are willing to set up a new investment fund, holding $20 billion, is a clear sign of not only the readiness of Saudi Arabia to link its future to China, but also its eagerness to support any Chinese involvement and interest in the Aramco IPO. The willingness of Saudi Arabia to consider funding in yuan not only reflects the interest of Riyadh in China, but also indicates the rising importance of the Chinese currency in Gulf markets.
The Financial Times reported this week that China could be willing to invest in, or even buy outright, Saudi Aramco’s 5 percent.



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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 29, 2017 2:59 pm

Kina ili Rusija, Rusija ili Kina, godina zmaja ili godina svinje



Manter: Shvatite ulogu Kine na Balkanu, Zapad neka pripazi

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Post by Zuper on Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:24 pm

Progres se ne moze zaustaviti:


One Chinese Coal Power Company Employs 4x More People Than The Entire US Coal Industry

On Monday, China’s government and president Xi blessed the merger between the country's top coal miner, Shenhua Group and China Guodian Group, one of the country’s top five state power producers, in a deal that will create the world’s largest power company, worth 1.8 trillion yuan, or $278 billion. Putting the sheer size of the two merged behemoths in context, the resulting entity will be the world’s second-biggest company by revenue and largest by installed capacity.
A fascinating comparison emerges when putting just this one company in the context of the entire US coal industry: with an estimated 326,000 staff, the combined entity will have a workforce that is four times bigger than the entire U.S. coal-fired power industry in 2016 (at roughly 77,000).
Some other comps: the combined entity will have an installed capacity topping 225 gigawatts, eclipsing European energy giants EDF and Enel to become the world’s biggest power company by capacity. It will also be the largest wind power developer in the world with 33 gigawatts of capacity and, more importantly, the biggest coal producer.

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Post by Zuper on Fri Sep 08, 2017 1:07 am

Kinezi odgovaraju na Kamazov izazov



Ti je i most prijateljstva izmedju Kiine i Rusije, malo su se marisali '60-ih tude ali sada se volu.


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Post by Filipenko on Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:56 pm

Komunisti svojevremeno nisu razumevali pojavu gubljenja vrednosti novca, a danas su je shvatili do pola - kada valuta padne, ne diraj ništa, bolje je za izvoz

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