向松祚Xiang Songzuo, Chief Economist, Agricultural Bank of China—Yesterday I arrived at Munich and took part in a vital German think tank conference. During dinner, I exchanged a few words with the British Prime Minister David Cameron, the former policy adviser. Cameron believes that this time, Obama will have to eat his own words, in his changing of strategies in handling Syrian crisis. This should be considered a turning point in the history of the U.S.’s supremacy in foreign affairs. The Syrian conflict has already made clear that the U.S. is less than capable in acting as the world’s police force.