Just turned 99 years old, the godfather of international politics, former US Secretary of State Kissinger was invited at the World Economic Forum a week ago to accept a question from Klaus Schwab, the founder of the forum, about his views on the world situation. Kissinghi's remarks that Ukraine should consider ceding some of its land in order to reach a peace deal with Russia has not unexpectedly attracted widespread attention and criticism.
In addition, in the second half of the interview, Ji Xinji also talked about his views on the current Sino-US relations, and emphasized that the Taiwan issue should not be photo retouching the core of diplomatic compromise when the two sides try to ease relations and avoid conflicts. Ji Xinji's remnants of wind and candles are to protect his legacy These propositions of Ji Xinji are not so much a keen observation based on his experience in the world in the first half of his life.
Rather, he wants to protect the legacy he brings to the world when he is getting old. last ditch effort. Kissinghi's Q&A with Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum in Davos can be found almost verbatim on the forum's website (but intriguingly, the reference to Ukraine considering ceding territory does not. turn up). While the content of his speech has not changed from its usual obscure, ambiguity-filled style, the gist is clear: