Re­li­able ally or what?

Southasia - - Editor's mail - Robert Philip, New Jer­sey, U.S.

The ar­ti­cle on China’s al­liance with the U.S. was an in­ter­est­ing read. I com­pletely agree with the writer’s ar­gu­ment of en­gag­ing China for world peace. The eco­nomic cur­rents in­vite due recog­ni­tion to China as an im­por­tant ally. The re­cently held BRICS con­fer­ence in China with the in­clu­sion of South Africa, refers to China’s op­ti­mism in reach­ing out to other de­vel­op­ing coun­tries as com­pared to other fast grow­ing economies of In­dia, Brazil, and Rus­sia al­to­gether. China is lead­ing among the BRIC coun­tries in terms of per­cent­age growth. This growth is good news for the trou­bled economies of Pak­istan and other de­vel­op­ing coun­tries across the globe. Let us hope that China too rec­og­nizes the role that it can play by unit­ing against poverty and help­ing the poor find re­sources. A full stom­ach only can en­sure a peace­ful world. Let us take that ini­tia­tive.

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