‘A world without borders’
A world without boundaries, or “no-fence”, is being negotiated in the South China Sea.
A world where the US can do whatever it wants, without any accountability, without being held accountable.
A world where no country will be able to threaten the Philippines or Japan, or China or Vietnam, and no country can interfere with its sovereignty.
And the world that emerges will be one in which no country has any leverage.
It will be the world where, at some point, we will have no control over what goes on in the waters of the South and East China seas.
The idea is to end the cycle of conflict and conflict resolution, to create a world where states can operate without fear or favour, where no nation will have any leverage over its neighbors, no one will have a veto over what happens on the ground.
A lot of people, even at the highest levels, think this is going to happen in the next three to five years.
I’m optimistic that it will.
The idea is that by the time we have a new administration, we’ll be on the right track.
What we are witnessing, of course, is the culmination of decades of a process of building a more sovereign, more peaceful, more prosperous world, and in this new era, we are seeing the emergence of a new world order.
It is a new order of global order, where nations are no longer constrained by territorial boundaries, no longer bound by sovereignty, and where the rule of law, the rule for the world, prevails.
It is the world of the 21st century, where the world is not ruled by a few countries, but by the world.
That is why this is an unprecedented, unprecedented moment in the history of human history.
It was not in the 2150s, it was not at the end of the 20th century.
It happened just before the Second World War.
It happens now, in the aftermath of the most devastating natural disaster since the end-of-the-world.
It was not a natural disaster, and it was never going to be a natural catastrophe.
But it is a moment when the world has reached a critical juncture, and the stakes are enormous.
It’s not just the sea, but the air, the water and the land.
The world is facing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, the worst in its history, and yet the United States and its allies are still in charge.
The United States has no intention of pulling out of the deal, which is not because it wants to pull out, but because it has no choice.
If you want to do anything, you have to go along.
If the United State doesn’t go along, we’re not going to do it.
There is no alternative to the US, nor to the world at large, for our survival.
And so what we are hearing is, in this world of a crisis and the most dangerous natural disaster in human history, we have to pull together, we must put aside our differences and our differences will prevail.
We are going to continue to work together and we will continue to solve the problems of the world in a way that does not leave people suffering.
This is a world in which you have an economy which is growing at the fastest rate in history, where you have more people living in poverty than ever before, and you have one of the highest per capita incomes in the world for an advanced economy.
And yet, you see in some places, like South Korea, there is a huge discrepancy between the number of people in poverty and the amount of money they have.
We cannot have a world without the United Kingdom.
And if you don’t have the United Kingdom, you don of course have a country in which it’s illegal for anyone to have a gun.
And we have seen in this time of crisis and conflict, the rise of a nationalist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic strain in our country, which we cannot ignore.
We can’t ignore it.
But we have an obligation to try to find a solution that does include all people.
And we cannot do that if we don’t also be realistic about the threat we face, and about the world we’re going to leave for the next five, 10, 15 years.
So what we see here is not a clash between the US and China, or between the United Nations and China.
The clash here is between a globalised, multi-lateral, multilateral world, a world that has been built on economic growth, a global economy, a transnational economy, and a world which has been increasingly internationalised.
The new order is not going anywhere, and there is no doubt that the new order will be a global order.
It will not be a world of no borders, and neither will it be a free world.
The United States, and its friends, have the opportunity to stop the rise, to stop this madness, to have the world stop this violence.
We have the right to defend ourselves,