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Jammu, June 18 -- Paradoxically, Chinese President Xi Jinping appears to have been inspired by the old imperial tradition that "everything under the heavens belongs to the emperor." He has got himself elected as the emperor by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. Like him, Joseph Stalin, a Russian dictator (1924-53), dreamt super dreams. Before World War II, Russia was a normal European power. There was no superpower in Europe. It was the American influence on the continent during and after the war that gave rise to this new geopolitical concept. Moreover, many Russians believed that they had primarily won the war because they reached Berlin first; perhaps so did Stalin. Thereafter, presumptuously, Moscow postured as a s...
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