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Recent content by thelegend

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    China: a new hegemonic power

    You have some insightful, Interesting ideas.
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    China: a new hegemonic power

    Recently, Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian brought a stiff foreign policy toward China. China considers Taiwan a territory, but is Taiwan sending another signal?
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    China: a new hegemonic power

    Recently, President Bush has been urged to enforce stricter policy objectives towards China, due to economic and security interests. Might China be strenghtening their global status to create a bi-polar world, with the US and China as the next two superpowers of the international community...
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    Afghanistan Opens Relations with Israel

    Perhaps my thoughts wouldn't have been in question if the obvious was easily noted. Clearly, the US is powerfull and Afghanistan is powerless, so why would the US find interest in (other than the obvious i.e. oil, exploitation of terrorists) the Arab states. I won't even attempt to explain...
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    Afghanistan Opens Relations with Israel

    Afghanistan has opened relations with Israel, but is more conserned with improving their own security than the security of Israel. The government of Afghanistan desires a larger degree of power at the expense of Israel. Israel will find the future interests of Afghanistan overwhelming.
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