Obama’s foreign policy perfectly complies with ionocovalency natural law

Yonghe Zhang

American Huilin Institute

 

Everything exists in ionocovalency (IC), that is the potential harmony of the ionic energy I with the covalent environment r-1(Ionocovalency  )

IC = I(I )C(r-1)

The universe follows ionocovalency of natural law.

For a society, its economy is the ionic energy which must harmonized with its covalent environments which are culture, politics and system. For the economy, its free competition must harmorized with market control and its liberalization  must subject to the covalency of the nationalization. And for the military or foreign policy its action must harmonized with the universal benefit and collaboration.

In 2008, Obama won the presidency because of his foreign policy in line with the ionocovalency nature law.

This year, 2012, we received a letter from Obama. We are pleased to find that his continuing foreign policy perfectly in line with the ionocovalency nature law.

We hope he will continue to win the presidency.

 

A Letter from President Obama to Yonghe Zhang

President Obama said in his letter:”We have renewed our leadership in the world by strengthening old alliances and forging new partnerships to meet common challenges—from preventing terrorist attacks, reversing the global economic crisis, and responding to pandemic disease to confronting climate change, preventing the spread of nuclear weapons, and providing relief from natural crises.”

“That is why, on May 2, 2012, I signed a historic Strategic Partnership Agreement between the United States and Afghanistan which defines a new relationship between our countries as the war comes to an end.  As in Iraq, we are building an enduring partnership to strengthen Afghan sovereignty and stability while advancing our shared goal of delivering justice to al-Qa’ida and contributing to the security of the region. “

“Our commitment to global security will never waver, but in a world in which threats are more diffuse and missions are more complex, America cannot act alone.  We will continue to align our policies with those with whom we share common values and interests.  That is why NATO remains indispensable to our security.”

 

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