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Du30-Marcos Relations with China Softens American-North Korean-Japanese Conflict

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

It was a worldwide perception in the past that the Chinese would always aid North Korea, regarded as its little brother. However, the foreign relations now has changed. Philippine President Du30 regained the same friendship with the Chinese as the late President Ferdinand Marcos’ time. It is backed up nowadays by his son, Bongbong Marcos to prevent World War III. The American President reaches out to the Filipino leader to talk to China to help reprimand Pyong Yang’s Kim Jung Un. Beijing is North Korea’s only significant ally but is now frustrated over its nuclear and missile tests. China recently closes its main road connection with North Korea allegedly for repair but the reopening is indefinite.





Video by;  Fox News

[VIDEO]: Tensions with North Korea in focus after missile test




North Korea is Isolated

The bridge closure comes after state-owned airline Air China suspended flights between Beijing and North Korea. This is due to a lack of demand. But it deepens the North’s isolation amid mounting U.N. sanctions. China, who has the alliance of Russia warns North Korea that it is alone should it declare war on Japan or America.




Du30’s Strategy

Du30  tells Trump to stop threatening North Korea and assure Kim Jong Un instead that there are no plans to oust him. The U.S., Japan, China and South Korea should sit down with the North Korean leader to tackle the Pyongyang regime’s weapons development and missile tests, the tough-talking President said.



Japan is on the Defensive Side

The city of Fukuoka in western Japan conducts a drill to prepare for another possible North Korean ballistic missile launch. This happens two days after Pyongyang’s recent missile test. About 50 people at Tenjin Chuo Park in the center of the city moved underground. Residents received a second alert five minutes later informing them that a missile had flown over the country. This might instill fear among the people but the government feels it’s necessary.








Diplomatic Ties

The Japanese learned from the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the Americans during World War II. They might be a sleeping warrior now but preparations are in place to minimize collateral damages should a missile or nuclear attack happens. Unline World War II, if World War III manifests, the Philippines together with the Chinese, Japanese, Americans and even the Russians vow to isolate and suppress North Korea immediately. Thanks to the Du30-Marcos brilliance.

http://www.newsweek.com/japan-preparing-north-korea-war-drills-phone-alerts-evacuation-training-729190

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-closing-main-road-connection-with-north-korea/2017/11/24/322f9f24-d107-11e7-a87b-47f14b73162a_story.html?utm_term=.1f90a3f5a786

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-29/ahead-of-trump-talks-duterte-urges-end-to-threats-on-pyongyang

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Duterte’s Influence: Reconciliation and Friendship with China – the Marcos Way

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Time has passed quickly and many forget that the Chinese are out brothers. Media propaganda might have played the scene to destroy the Philippines-China relations but now, it has been restored. Guess what, Bongbong Marcos, the middle child and only son of the late strongman is also one of Duterte’s Philippine delegation. Filipinos in Beijing cannot hide their joy seeing in person the new Vice President of the Philippines if he wins the electoral protest.


Youtube video: Chairman Ferdinand E. Marcos
[VIDEO]: Ferdinand E. Marcos and THE CHINESE EMPIRE
A documentary film on the State Visit of President and Mrs. Ferdinand E. Marcos to China in 1975 and the opening of diplomatic relations between the Philippines and the People’s Republic of China.



Restoration of Friendship with China

President Rodrigo Duterte is not the first President who made friends with China. Way back in 1975, it was done by the late President Ferdinand Marcos. The Marcoses comprised it’s biggest delegation at that time. The class and charisma of the Marcoses are evident in this event. Something that Filipinos can be proud of.

Close to Filipinos’ Hearts

It cannot be denied that more Filipinos are longing for the Marcoses’ return to the highest office in the country. After all, the nation is more prosperous during Marcos’s 20-year reign. It was the time when Filipinos were so proud of the first family – wherever they represent the country to the world. Many are longing to make those times come back. Despite the resistance of the alleged martial law victims perpetrated by media propaganda.



Financial and Trade Relations

Previous joint ventures halted as soon as the outcome of the U.S.-backed EDSA revolution sets in. The Americans detest Marcos’s friendship with the Chinese. Naturally, as a pay back, the Aquino rulers must prioritize dealings with America over China. That setup deteriorizes when the China-U.S. rivalry arises. Despite poor deals, the Aquinos must stick to the Americans and disregard our Asian neighbor.



China’s Trademark

The little girl giving flowers to Duterte in the welcome event during his state visit in China resembles that when the late President Marcos steps into the Chinese land at the airport. Joined with his family, they were welcomed warmly by Chinese leaders under the leadership of Chairman Mao Tse-tung.



Wrong Speculation

Poverty then during the Golden age was obviously blamed to the Marcos family. The American media were particular in using the former first lady’s 3,000 pair of shoes. They also came up hilarious accusations of Imelda’s expensive shopping spree. They assumed that they have stolen the money from the people even without proofs. Stealing money from the people is not one of Ferdinand E. Marcos’ many sins.



No Violence for Marcos

The Aquinos should not fear the Marcoses. They are not violent people. They are just victims of media propaganda. The Marcos way is gentle, clever and diplomatic. It is about time that a Marcos take over the nation’s reign. Because despite the unfair treatments they have experienced, revenge is never in their hearts. The only way Philippines can heal.

http://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/1999/china.50/inside.china/profiles/mao.tsetung/

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China is Threatened by India’s Nuclear Advancement backed by the U.S.

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
China did make lots of enemies these days. Aside from Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and other neighboring countries, India has become China’s public enemy number one when they compete for nuclear advancement. No wonder that Indian soldiers took part in the military training conducted by the Americans for the South China Sea dispute. Also, the Indian press can only say bad things about China’s trade practices.

National Interest wrote: India and China are on a collision course. They boast the world’s two largest populations, two of the fastest growing economies on the globe and aspirations to lead the way into a new Asian century. The two nations’ fates will be intertwined for decades to come. Troublingly, China’s move last week to block Indian membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is merely the latest sign of tension to emerge between the two Asian giants. Further competition and even confrontation await. Competition between rising powers is hardly new or surprising. This particular case, however, shows China’s intent to remain the sole Asian power stretching from Siberia to the Arabian Sea. This was most recently demonstrated last week when China led the push to exclude India from the NSG. Membership in the prestigious group, which controls the trade of nuclear material and related technologies, would facilitate India’s nuclear power production. While legitimate concerns remain about India’s status as a nuclear state, Prime Minister Modi’s bid was backed by the United States, Britain, France and many others. These advocates could not overcome resistance spearheaded by the Chinese delegation, in a move that many Indians saw as purely political.

It added: China’s NSG position could been seen as warranted given India’s failure to ratify the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, but Beijing routinely blocks Delhi’s efforts to play a larger role on the international stage. India’s push for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council and China’s opposition to that move highlight this fact. Of the five current permanent members, only China has yet to offer even token support for the second-largest country in the world joining the exclusive group. China and India have historically maintained relatively positive relations for such large, neighboring countries. The height of the Himalayas, and the long sea route between the two, have buffered most competition. Beijing’s foreign policy concerns have chiefly resided east and southeast of the country, while India has contented itself in dealing with immediate neighbors and holding fast to the nonalignment policy of the Cold War. The border war of 1962 notwithstanding, relations between the two countries have been relatively sanguine.

Reference: http://nationalinterest.org/feature/only-america-can-stop-china-india-war-17036http://carelinkwebpr.com/cookie-policy/

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Bringing Formula 1 to America can be CMO’s Problem

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Formula 1 is a big thing and therefore needs massive marketing campaign when bringing to the United States. Professional marketers knew that successful campaigns must be a combination of digital and traditional marketing strategies. They can’t miss on this one thus triggered the discussions on the topic.

Venture Beat posted: What to Think, is back — and this time, we’re trying something new. In the first of a series of interviews with chief marketing officers, we sat down with Michael Williams, the CMO for Grand Prix of America. We’re calling this miniseries “What to Think: The CMO’s Dilemma,” as it focuses on the challenges that CMOs face in integrating data-driven decision-making with the more traditional, artful approaches to marketing. This series is brought to you with the support of our sponsor, Viant, which has a corresponding series of sponsored posts here on VentureBeat, also titled “The CMO’s Dilemma.” Williams, a speaker at VentureBeat’s recent GrowthBeat Summit conference, is a dynamic marketing executive with a passion for sports.

It added: VB Insight analyst Stewart Rogers and I asked Williams how he’s helping Americans wake up to one of the world’s most popular racing sports. Among other topics, we discuss personalization and how brands can build connections with their most loyal customers. And please subscribe to What to Think in iTunes, and you’ll get every episode delivered to the device of your choice as soon as it’s released! Click the link below for the podcast:

Reference: http://venturebeat.com/2015/06/19/the-cmos-dilemma-bringing-formula-1-to-america-podcast/

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Philippines’ Arguments Crippled China and won America’s Defense





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
The Philippines carefulness in framing its complaint by former foreign affairs secretary, Albert del Rosario under the Aquino administration that pushed sovereignty issues aside over the disputed islands and reefs in the South China Sea and argued on logical reasons has left China with no option but to discredit the law making body instead. For instance, the complaint detailed explanation that nine specific reefs and rocks, including China’s reclaimed islands, are too small for assertion of economic rights to the waters around them, regardless of who has sovereignty over them.

The Convention on the Law of the Sea allows a nation to exercise sovereignty over waters up to 12 nautical miles from its coast, and it grants economic rights over waters on a nation’s continental shelf and to 200 nautical miles from its coast. But the treaty says reefs that are entirely submerged at high tide and artificial islands cannot be used to justify any maritime rights.

Philippine specifically asked the tribunal to rule that China has violated the treaty by building islands in the Philippines’ economic waters, interfering with its fishermen, endangering its ships and damaging the marine environment. It also asked the tribunal to reject China’s claim to sovereignty over waters within a “nine-dash line” that almost cover all the South China Sea borders. China threatens to leave the treaty as a result and put themselves under grave pressure with America’s world martial role.

Reference: http://www.mb.com.ph/decision-maybe-momentous-nears-in-case-china-has-tried-to-ignore/

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