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Monday, September 30, 2013

Source the Land Bridge Report  Larouche
The first step in the direction of a new economic world order was
the announcement by Chinese President Xi Jinping at a conference in
Kazakhstan in July of 2013, that China would build a new Silk Road
Economic Belt, through Central Asia to Europe, in the tradition of the
ancient Silk Road. Then, in October, in a trip to Indonesia and Malaysia,
Xi took the initiative to involve all of Southeast Asia in the construction
of the Maritime Silk Road.
At the summit meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin
and Chinese President Xi, on May 20, 2014 in Shanghai, and Putin’s
state visit to China on the occasion of the Fourth Summit of the Conference
on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA)
in Shanghai on May 21, extensive plans for collaboration of the two
great powers were signed, including a 30-year natural gas agreement,
and 46 additional bilateral accords. At the end of the summit, the two
heads of state published a common declaration of intent, stating that
both countries wished to create a new economic architecture in the
Asia-Pacific region, oppose interference in the internal affairs of other
nations, and intend to coordinate, as much as possible, their responses
to important foreign policy questions on which they agree.
They named, among others, one goal of this collaboration as follows:
“Increasing the effectiveness of collaboration in high-technology
areas, priority projects in the international use of nuclear energy, civil
aviation, and a program of cooperation in basic research on space
flight, satellite observation of the Earth, satellite navigation, and research
into deep space and manned space travel.”

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