Understanding Sino-Russo-America Relations

2 December 2018, London

Elevating Sino-Russo-American relations to the long-term view, over decades and not bowing to daily market gyrations that fill broker’s pockets, much of the evolution in these relations can be explained.

Over the past century, communism failed both China and Russia. Socialism failed the West. Xi is losing the majority of Chinese youth who want open-market democracy, freer capitalism and individual self-fulfillment. His dictatorial hold on the CCP will crumble over the next decade.

Putin replaced the failed USSR and their corrupt Communist Party with a heavy-handed KGB-style domestic power structure and foreign policy attempting to rebuild the country’s prominence. The entrepreneurs ran away with all of their ill-begotten billions. He’ll be gone soon.

Both countries will fail again in the wake of Trump’s era of regaining the role of not being a Communist, and with all his personal flaws and lack of diplomatic or public sector experience, he is holding onto what The West seeks as its quality of life. When not, Americans are free to try to achieve improvement within a system built on the rule of law.

Both neo-Communisms will fail without this freedom or open market. However closed the West’s democratic governments are and ruled by elites, the open ability to pursue an independent lifestyle will win in the end.

That is the big picture in geo-political terms.China and Russia still lag dramatically behind America and the West as Third World countries outside their capitals. They will continue to pursue aggressive trade behaviour to catch up. Plus ca change…… In ten years, let’s all meet again and compare notes.

About Robert Stewart

Robert S. Stewart is a Canadian/Swiss entrepreneur, financier, investor, Master Planner, explorer, scientist, adventurer, athlete, Corporate Director, Chairman and CEO of numerous global enterprises including those in mining, petroleum, infrastructure, telecoms, aviation, hospitality and medical research . Currently, he has invested in the construction of the world's first integrated cacao plantation (103 hectares), chocolate processing factory in Costa Rica. Cacao beans are normally sold into the world market and processed into chocolate in the Northern Hemisphere, far from the planters and plantations of the Tropical zone where they grow. Modern, industrial chocolate has had the bitter mass from poor quality beans provided by 95% of Forestero beans removed from them and replaced by massive amounts of white beet sugar, soya and other additives. Criollo and Triniterio beans from Central America are the best beans in the world, where they first grew 4000 years ago. Adding value and paying the workers adequate salaries and prices for their high quality beans will lift them and Third World economies out of poverty. He created the World Ocean Corporation to clean-up plastics, toxic chemicals, municipal and industrial waste; replenish decimated fish stocks in the Mediterranean Sea, North Sea, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian and Arctic Oceans; and to build protection and exclusion zones for reproducing fish, mammal, animal and aviary species found in the oceans covering 71% of the Earth's surface. He writes frequently in the OP ED pages of the New York Times, Financial Times of London, The Economist, Toronto Globe and Mail, Mining.com, The Times and Telegraph of London, Winnipeg Free Press and the Victoria Beach Herald. These are reprints of his editorial and OP ED pieces and comments on those who write better articles than his own. While he uses his own name or Email address to identify the writer of his articles, occasionally he is forced to use a "nom de plume" by the editors. "Beaverbrook" passes for that, after three generations of family dogs of the same name. It's a dog's world.
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