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China again and again: Why?



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Xi Jin Ping

China has long since become the world's manufacturing powerhouse. But for some years now, China has also been reaching for geopolitical dominance. China's economic involvement overseas also has political consequences.

Global peak oil

High crude oil prices and shortages on the natural gas market are currently plaguing the global economy. Germany is particularly affected. The ISSB e.V. warned of resource shortages as early as 2014 on the topic of "peak oil". It is more topical than ever.

Chinese Communist Party reaches for Afghanistan

The Chinese Communist Party is using the same strategy as in Iran and Pakistan to gain access to Afghanistan's resources and to prevent foreign support for the Uighurs. Moreover, Afghanistan is in the catchment area of the new Silk Road.

"Flat-lining" - passive resistance by Chinese youth

Because the social, economic and political constraints in the PRC have become so oppressive, more and more Chinese are taking to passive resistance. They do - nothing. The CCP smells collective sabotage.

Like Iran, Egypt will dance to Beijing's tune

A new capital is being built east of Cairo with the tallest skyscrapers in Africa. The city is being built by a Chinese state-owned company, pre-financed by Chinese banks. This will cost the Egyptians dearly: Sovereignty is at stake.