Sunday, July 6, 2014

Can Beijing and Seoul Become Strategic Partners? China and South Korea appear to be moving closer together. How far will this go?

Always consider the source.

"Scott A. Synder is Senior Fellow for Korea Studies and Director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy. This post appears courtesy of CFR.org and Forbes Asia."

When CFR speaks, our politicians and state department listens and obeys.

U.S. foreign policy is out of touch in Asia, as it is in the middle east.

As long as the U.S. is the main force behind negotiations for N/S Korean reunification there is only one outcome.

It will never happen.

The U.S. wants and needs bases in S/Korea as their encroachment on China and Russia continues.

America can not broker a peace plan for the Palestinians, just as it can not broker a deal in N/E Asia.

The U.S. pivot will not be what the Western Corporatistas wished for.

China is making global carrot deals. While America stays with a drones joy stick

China and S/Korea will now trade in their own currencies. 
Bypassing the U.S. dollar. 

Seoul will be the won trading hub for Eastern Asia. 
Of course CFR does not mention this nor does the American MSM. 

Tao Dao Man. 

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