I used to support unification with China but I've changed my mind over the years.
China will launch nuclear weapons against American cities in retaliation for us helping Taiwan to become independent.
In the interest of avoiding nuclear war, I'm ok with a policy of "eventual reunification one day in the distant future".
Neither Taiwan nor Tibet were ever "part of China".
Same with that Muslim province where China is actively committing genocide against the Uighurs.
It's too late for Tibet, though.
If China ever launches nuclear weapons against us or our allies, I think that in addition to massively nuking them back, we should help Tibet and that Muslim Uighur province attain independence.
We should do this only
in retaliation for their first use of nuclear weapons against us or our allies though.
I also think we should make this policy clear in order to deter China from using their nuclear weapons against us or our allies.
You mean defend our corporate interests.
No, I mean defend global democracy.
But it is in the interest of most corporations that we live in a world full of friendly democracies instead of living in a world where most countries are hostile to democracy.
It will work to hammer the last nails into the coffin which will house what was once referred to as our "way of life".
I'm in favor of nuclear power, particularly sodium-cooled reactors.
Perhaps we could use a different coolant in the intermediate loop though, in order to improve safety.