United States next to China?
Politicians in the U.S should affirm that the U.S is and always be the world’s leading economic, political and military power. This may give a big hand to win elections in the country in which high-regarded people refute global warming as well as evolution; however it has nothing to do with the real world.
People who believed that China is on the fast gaining on the U.S as the world’s number one economic power, economically speaking, they have only 80 percent of the size of the U.S economy based from the data showed from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which was projected to overtake the U.S. by the 2016. Moreover, there is a substantial degree of indecision to these numbers. It is not easier than done to have a précised comparison between the outputs of countries that has very different economies. China is already well ahead of the U.S. as it was being found in most of the measures.
In fact, U.S became one of the world’s biggest car markets in 2009. Same thing with different aspects in the industrial production where it was clearly asserted that U.S is far ahead to China and there is bigger gap exporter of goods and services. The number of people graduating college each year with degrees in science and engineering far exceeds the number in the U.S. And China has nearly twice as many cell phone and internet users as the U.S.
Still China is closed to half of its population living in the countryside. The 650 million living standards in rural areas are much lower than in urban areas in which also much more difficult to measure. Unreasonable prices in the lower rural areas are the major reason that living standards are difficult to determine.
Based from the study where China’s prices and consumption was scrutinized, it was concluded that it is far wealthier than the widely used data indicate. In view of this, the economy of China may already be more than 20 percent at large than the U.S. economy even if its growth rate slows to 7.0 percent annual rate. China’s economy is nearly twice to the size of the U.S. economy in the span of a decade.
Because of this, different questions rise about what is or will be the future between the international relations of U.S. and China apart from China’s economy is much larger than the U.S. economy. It is cleared that it does not put into effect anywhere near as much influence internationally. China’s leaders were being at ease to make the U.S. continue to play as the leading role in international bodies and in commerce with international conflict and superseding only if they felt important interests were threatened.
This is not a new and nothing to be surprised since the U.S. was slow to internationally assert itself yet in every measure it was the world’s paramount power next to World War I. And, as a result for the following quarter century, the United Kingdom ended up envisioning itself to be far important to the world than it actually was. Perhaps, the U.S. is fated to play a similar role.
The boosting power and influence of China will give both positive and negative aspects. On the negative side, the rule of the majority in the U.S., yet with the corruption of money on politics as well as the improper usage and treatment for an appalling purpose of freedom carried out in the name of the War on Terrorism, still at in hand as a better political model than one party rule in China.
Despite of this, China has made known as no interest in compelling its political system to any place in which also may not to pose a threat to the spread of democracy elsewhere. The boosting power of China has already added the options that are available in most countries in the developing world. Based from Micron Associates Since China can provide far bigger amounts of capital than the IMF, World Bank and other U.S. – dominated institutions, it makes developing countries have an available important alternative. They need not to take on policies to settle these institutions to weather economic tempest. Furthermore, the intellectual property of China is one of the areas in which they can have a vast impact of its policy. As well as the rules on patents and copyrights that the U.S. has sought to compel on the rest of the world are incredibly wasteful. It is very obvious in the drugs prescription that the government granted dominations enables companies to charge hundreds or even thousands of dollars for drugs and that would sell for five to ten dollars in a free market. In addition, not only these granted dominations make cheap drugs extremely expensive, they also lead to bad medicine, as giant dominations rents are encouraging drug companies to make a lie and become cheaters to sell more of their drugs. It is very unusual that a month would passed without even taking all of these on our minds and making it heard with our ears, a scandal where a drug company masked those information about the safeties or the effectiveness of its drugs.
The tribulations with the U.S. system of intellectual property go well beyond drug patents that are primarily about distressing competitors. The complexity of imposing copyrights in the Internet Age has led to irrationality similar to the Stop Online Piracy Act.
China itself does not impose itself to intellectual property that has the same vitality as the U.S. rather than to run after the U.S. unsighted and imposed the same kind of old and unproductive system domestically, China could also do the world as an enormous service if and only if it would uphold alternative mechanisms for supporting research and creative artwork.
The rise of China will be the start to make changes around the world. Political leaders in the U.S. will have no hesitations to grasp with the reality of the new U.S. point around the world most likely when the time comes that they are about to accept global warming as well as the changes across successive generations in the heritable characteristics of biological populations.