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September 23, 2019


G Donald D Allen

The road to supremacy is nonlinear and certainly not monotone, no matter the extrapolation expected. Pitfalls happen, and then chance can assume command. China experienced this centuries ago. Other Asian countries have never flown so high. When and if this happens, internal (politics) and external (war) dynamics can become chaotic.

As confucious said: Be wary of the straight line. :)
Not really, but he knew.

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