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The core of this area is highlighted on the map below, and is known as the EWL Economic Study Area. Key. (5) North-South relations contain an aspect of East-West relations as well. Although the countries in the South have strong economic ties with countries of the West, there is a growing trend among them toward taking an independent political stand without belonging politically either to the East or the West.

The rise of China is perhaps the most consequential regional security issue of this century. A struggle for regional leadership between China and the United States is emerging, repeating a historical pattern that often results in military conflict.

A stronger China is challenging important aspects of the long-established Pax Americana, including the forward deployment of US forces, the US. The East West Link Board of Inquiry is well under way, with the expert witness conferencing sessions winding up last week, and the hearing itself set to begin shortly.

Expert witness conferencing is where experts representing the applicant (the NZTA) and submitters come together to try and find common ground and identify remaining areas of disagreement. The motive for holding this hearing, which Rep. Steny H. Hoyer and Sen. Dennis DeConcini chaired, was due to the increased attention that the commercial aspect of East-West relations had gotten.

Of course, balance among the different aspects of East-West relations has been a stated political objective of all signatories of the Helsinki Final Act. Relations between the Soviet Union and the United States were driven by a complex interplay of ideological, political, and economic factors, which led to shifts between cautious cooperation and often bitter superpower rivalry over the years.

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The Henry Jackson Society is pleased Continued. Today there is a much better regime for international economic cooperation, but in many ways the situation is worse.

As Giscard said, there are limited resources and energy. But there is also East-West tension and a North-South rift which did not exist then. The structural shift from the West to the East is underway and long-term we will see the loss of USA economic power over global financial markets only when there are deeper markets in Asia and the dollar loses its reserve status.

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