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QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« on: Sat, 19 May 2018, 09:08:26 »
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“The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise.”

The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise and its own consequent loss of primacy. The rise of illiberalism in America is not an accident. It coincides with the dawning recognition of American decline and a desperate desire to prevent it. It should be remembered that the heyday of Western democracy corresponded with the zenith of Western hegemony. But can the West’s democracy survive the decline of Western global dominance? If the West is able to retain and renew its best values, in a world in which it enjoys a much diminished role and China is predominant, such a world will be the better for it.

- Martin Jacques - The Economist 2018

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:14:56 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
“The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise.”

The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise and its own consequent loss of primacy. The rise of illiberalism in America is not an accident. It coincides with the dawning recognition of American decline and a desperate desire to prevent it. It should be remembered that the heyday of Western democracy corresponded with the zenith of Western hegemony. But can the West’s democracy survive the decline of Western global dominance? If the West is able to retain and renew its best values, in a world in which it enjoys a much diminished role and China is predominant, such a world will be the better for it.

- Martin Jacques - The Economist 2018

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:18:57 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
You can change the title and add [SOLD] in front of the item name and lock the thread.

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[SOLD] QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 02 June 2018, 16:58:05 »
How?

I don't see options for either of those, for the OP. I suppose I could alter the title now for going forward.
“The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise.”

The greatest danger is not the rise of China but how the United States will react to China’s rise and its own consequent loss of primacy. The rise of illiberalism in America is not an accident. It coincides with the dawning recognition of American decline and a desperate desire to prevent it. It should be remembered that the heyday of Western democracy corresponded with the zenith of Western hegemony. But can the West’s democracy survive the decline of Western global dominance? If the West is able to retain and renew its best values, in a world in which it enjoys a much diminished role and China is predominant, such a world will be the better for it.

- Martin Jacques - The Economist 2018