The "Negative Disruption: The Disruption of the World Order" was consolidated in 2022.
The Lighthouse of the Big Picture of the Digital Age has extracted a collection of 10 relevant facts from the exceptional golden knowledge article "China Doesn't Want to Compete. It Wants to Win." This article was published by msn, The Atlantic, and it explores the world disorder that has been created mostly due to the wrong leadership of Xi Jinping.
In the wonderful New World, we live in, the competition is for the brightest minds, the most knowledge, and the greatest intelligence. These are the things that will lead to a better world for everyone.
Xi Jinping is a man who will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. He is willing to use force, or any other means necessary, to win.
This collection of 10 golden knowledge facts is a veritable treasure trove of stories, with 10! (Factorial of 10) possible narratives to be told.
- With the Chinese economy staggering badly, and the U.S. and its allies moving to “de-risk,” or reduce their reliance on China, Xi and his team seem to be in the mood to chat, charm, and change minds.
- Xi Jinping most certainly has an agenda of his own, and he has made no secret of it.
- Since taking power more than a decade ago, Xi has stated his goal of achieving the “Chinese Dream” of “national rejuvenation,” which means the resurrection of China’s greatness on the world stage.
- Getting there entails “reunification,” as the Communists call it, with Taiwan to make the nation whole, based on Beijing’s definition of its rightful borders.
- Xi seems to believe that gentlemanly competition is not viable, and that Washington must either capitulate to Beijing’s wishes or prepare to slug things out.
- How Xi ultimately responds to Biden could make the difference between a Cold War–style era of great power competition—which would be bad enough—and a hot shooting war that would be catastrophic for everybody.
- Xi has pledged to build China a “world-class” military to give heft to his foreign-policy aims.
- Xi’s government has also declared its plans to leverage state support to dominate emerging technologies, including electric vehicles and artificial intelligence.
- More recently, Xi has outlined his vision for a new world order that would strip international affairs of liberal values and elevate the legitimacy of authoritarian governments instead.
- Beijing and Washington simply do not perceive “competition” the same way.
- Xi could possibly show greater flexibility in closed-door negotiations than he has in public.
- Beijing’s attitude raises doubts about how much can actually be achieved through dialogue, or even a softer China policy of the sort many American commentators have urged.
- The more consistent signals from Xi suggest that the only way to get along with China is to give in to China.
- That doesn’t mean dialogue is pointless. If (or, more probably, when) a crisis erupts, an open channel of communication could help avert disaster.
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