Asian countries threat to china market

Duration: 6min 33sec Views: 1901 Submitted: 23.04.2020
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You are welcome to use the page as is or, for the best experience, upgrade your browser to its latest version by visiting your browser's Web site or NYTimes. You may also try our new Today's Paper feature, a listing of all the headlines in today's New York Times. As the Party realized that the performance-based legitimacy was the only hope for prolonging its rule, economic development became the highest politics. Will China become a threat to the United States, Japan, and surrounding countries? The reason for American concern mainly arises from its hegemonic status in the world politics and the ideological incompatibility of China with the Western value system. China's stunning economic growth has convinced the West that it is just a matter of time until China becomes a world superpower.

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Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. As tensions between the US and China intensify, Southeast Asian countries, including Indonesia, should rethink their ties with the two great powers. They should lessen their dependency on the two countries by strengthening relationships with non-traditional partners such as the Gulf and Latin American countries. More than any other region, the rising tensions between the US and China have impacted Southeast Asian countries politically and economically. Tensions have intensified following the US decision to close down the Chinese consulate in Houston last week.

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