China is bent on world domination — not with its missiles and aircraft carriers, but by controlling solar energy, cloud computing and other industries of the future. That is an only slightly exaggerated version of a warning coming from the American chamber of commerce in China. The warning is especially startling coming from AmCham China, as it calls itself, which for years flexed its advocacy muscle persuading the United States to let China into the world trading system and rebutting Americans who it felt were too hard on China. The Communist regime still wants economic growth and market mechanisms, in other words, but without subjecting its economy to open competition from outside. China has a well-developed, long-term industrial strategy. This could be a prelude, US executives worry, to economic concessions designed to win cooperation on North Korea.
Russia's Putin Suggests U.S. Bent On World Domination
China bent on world domination — but not in the way you think | Op-eds – Gulf News
President Vladimir Putin says Russia is facing Cold War-style containment efforts at the hands of the West and will oppose world domination by a single country. However, Putin said Russia does not plan to wage "war against anyone," words seemingly aimed to reassure Western governments that are wondering about the limits of Moscow's aggression. Putin's remarks on February 7 were the latest in a series of bitter denunciations of the United States and the European Union, which have imposed sanctions on Russia over its interference in Ukraine and are pressing him to drop support for separatists fighting government forces there. Clearly referring to the United States, Putin said that the world order that emerged after the Soviet collapse was dominated by "one undisputed leader who wants to remain such -- one who assumes that everything is allowed to him, but that others only need what he allows them and what meets his own interests. But we do not intend to wage war against anyone.
What Russia Wants: Moscow is Not Bent on World Domination, Just Regional Influence (Strategy)
China bent on world domination: US spy chief. The top US intelligence official stepped up President Trump's harsh attacks on Beijing on Thursday by labelling China the biggest threat to democracy and freedom worldwide since World War Two and saying it was bent on global domination. Ratcliffe, a former Republican congressman appointed by Trump to the top US spy job last spring, said China posed "the greatest threat to America today, and the greatest threat to democracy and freedom world-wide since World War Two. He also charged that China had stolen US defence technology to "fuel" an aggressive military modernization plan launched by President Xi Jinping.
What madness is this which causes a large number of Americans to hold fast to the belief that a peaceful agreement can be worked out between the United States and the Soviet Union? Such a belief indicates that these people either refuse to face reality or that they have no understanding of what the objectives of the Soviets are. We as a people must accept the cold fact that the Soviets are bent on complete world domination. It's as simple as that.