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    Suppose that a dictator does lose a gigantic...

    Suppose that a dictator does lose a gigantic chunk of territory. Explain step by step what happens.
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    Lol hit films. What hit films. Chinese movies...

    Lol hit films. What hit films. Chinese movies make me cringe. They spend most of their budget on hyped up actors/actresses who can't act and whose only jobs is to look good. Youtube creators make...
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    Do they rub the chips with sand paper?

    Do they rub the chips with sand paper?
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    In another word, China's problem is chronic not...

    In another word, China's problem is chronic not acute, that chronic mis-allocation of resources gradually destroys value, but the economy will not collapse catastrophically?
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    I was referring to Oracle challenging you to name...

    I was referring to Oracle challenging you to name another Asian country that adopted similar economic policies to the current Chinese ones. You never did oblige him.



    You realise the current...
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    But Soviet brute force was too stronk. Wasn't it...

    But Soviet brute force was too stronk. Wasn't it a time when PLA's best tanks were type-69s?
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    You know the generalisations to be untrue. For a...

    You know the generalisations to be untrue. For a start https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arena_of_Valor, here's an export.

    You put DOR on your ignore list after demanding that he counter your...
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    No generalisations? What is this then? "because...

    No generalisations? What is this then? "because that is what is keeping the Chinese economy going.. more debt and a black box to stick it all in. Chinese exports have stopped being profitable a...
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    What a coincidence! DOR is also a China expert....

    What a coincidence! DOR is also a China expert. They cancel each other out. My position reverts to neutral! Just kidding. Not even close.

    Those are valid assessments of the Chinese economy, but...
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    You have lost all credibility right there.

    You have lost all credibility right there.
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    I'm less skeptical now, but still am to some...

    I'm less skeptical now, but still am to some degree because such tacts accomplish little. Not sure why they try.
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    You speak of it as if you have intimate...

    You speak of it as if you have intimate knowledge. I'm very skeptical of any such claims. This has never happened to any Chinese students I know. What can the Chinese government gain from these...
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    Unfortunately Trump's base does not care, as long...

    Unfortunately Trump's base does not care, as long as he cuts taxes and persecutes minorities.
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    If I understand you correctly, you're saying that...

    If I understand you correctly, you're saying that protection performed on an all-or-nothing basis, that if a missile hit a protected area, it had null effect. I don't think that's necessarily true. ...
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    Even if Phalangites had heavy armour and large...

    Even if Phalangites had heavy armour and large shields, what was the expected number of casualties per bolt against Han formations? My initial thought is that if that rate was non-zero, then given...
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    With the emphasis on middle. China is still...

    With the emphasis on middle. China is still vulnerable to the middle income trap and will remain so for the foreseeable.
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    Why? That's what China has offered and the US...

    Why? That's what China has offered and the US rejected so far. From their list of demands, it sounds like the US wants China to remain in the middle income bracket for longer, hopefully indefinitely.
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    I think every country that can, does. If they are...

    I think every country that can, does. If they are not, they should.
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    I'm not sure if you say it in the context of what...

    I'm not sure if you say it in the context of what I'm about to say. I think Trump is more focused on doing damage to China than he is on benefiting America.
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    Haha no. China is still decidedly a middle income...

    Haha no. China is still decidedly a middle income economy. The earlier China opens up, the more likely it is to get stuck there.
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