Did Red Dragon Declare War Against Enemies Far More Insidious Than Any Nation

Financial risk, poverty and pollution are China's biggest enemies at this moment. With all wealth this country owns, China's debt now stands at roughly 260 percent of GDP. With all the wealth this country owns, it still has more than 500 million people living on less than $5.50 a day. And we all know about pollution.  The government itself claims that more than 20 percent of Chinese farmland has been contaminated by pollution. New reform measures have been resisted in banking and energy. China has to win the war at home before it can win wars abroad. Are these problems really China's reality or just someone's wishes?

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what are you smoking, @Petar :) with that title? But, since we're talking about 'red dragon', it'll probably win 'wars' afar through its use of soft power long before it fixes things at home. 

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Problems that this country is dealing with right now are pretty much the same as the problems other countries have. We all know they have a regime that strictly control everything, even natural growth.

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12 minutes ago, Carlsbad said:

what are you smoking, @Petar :) with that title? But, since we're talking about 'red dragon', it'll probably win 'wars' afar through its use of soft power long before it fixes things at home. 

The title is the best way to get someone's attention. Like I got yours :-) 

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I've read about this statement of the Chinese authorities. Even they said that major risks, poverty and pollution will be their "three tough battles" for the next three years,  China will still remain  the world's economic and military force. 

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