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    Everything in this world is tend to change. Beginning with the climate, technologies, population and ending with the economy, politics and international relations. China is not an exception in those changes. Over the last couple of years China has developed its economy to very significant level, under these circumstances it is possible that China could become a world’s superpower. This essay will consist of three parts, each part will look at different ways of analyzing the rise of China, concentrating on terms of dominant theories of International Relations: realism, liberalism and Critical Theory. In addition, this paper will try to explain why liberalism is more suitable theory for everyone who involved in the extension of this country.…

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    Crowder even suggest that America is responsible “for your [European’s] countries being more than mere rabbles of dust”. The author even goes as far to state that the U.S. could’ve achieved its goal of remaining a global superpower through violence with our vast assortment of weaponry. But oh, “[he’s] just getting started”. Crowder continues to praise America, both for being a leader in innovation and a ‘hero to all nations’. Again, this section fails to convey a clear point or convince any…

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    Can China Rise Peacefully

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    Can two 21st century superpowers in the world - one in the East, one in the West, with polar opposite political systems and philosophies on world affairs, align themselves peacefully for a mutually beneficial existence or will their relationship be marked by increased completion and conflict as they encroach on each other’s territorial and economic interests? The rise of Chinese influence and power is having a significant effect on the global equilibrium. The once quantifiable power gap between…

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    take advantages on economic factors such as oil and trade. As a result, China could form the ‘Shanghai Co-operation Organization’ which is considered to be counterweight to the NATO, which resembles the USA hegemonic power. Eventually, China was gradually forming its own world, ‘Walled World’. Overall, China is proceeding its unique political strategies such as multilateralism, asymmetrical power, and soft power. China has been seemingly succeeded in building its own world; however, we still do…

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    achieve their wildest dreams. Many have come to America’s shores in search of this prosperity, some have succeeded and some have failed. The cycle of people trying and failing to achieve their American Dream is one that has disenfranchised some, however this issue has existed in the past as it does in the present. For example, Arthur Miller’s Death of Salesman tells the tale of Willy Loman, American salesman and father of two sons who is desperately trying to achieve the American Dream for his…

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    Exceptionalism In America

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    such a high volume of products has been increasing drastically, and with china as the only nation able to meet this demand, we see ourselves leaning on them heavier and heavier by the day. I look at this issue as having two variables, explanatory and response. Americans are not willing to give up the luxury of cheaply and easily obtained products that china offers, and in response, we find ourselves dependent on them. My assertions are not to make American people scared of Chinese made products,…

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    control agreements or unilateral force reductions, a security seeker can adopt a more defensive military posture and demonstrate its preference for maintaining rather than challenging the status quo. This argument generates an obvious puzzle, however: If states can reduce uncertainty by altering their military posture, why has this form of reassurance been both uncommon and unsuccessful?6 Few states, for example, have adopted defensive weapons to de-escalate an arms race or demonstrate their…

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    Cultural Superpower

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    The Cultural Superpower is made up of different characteristics of others that makes the company move forward to become more successful. There are some people who never get the opportunity to activate their superpower or to become knowledgeable of the power that they have, which some time seems to go unnoticed. The meaning of Characteristics is qualities that belong to that individual person, which cannot be duplicated. Certain leaders try to obtain full control and access of ideas and…

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    America As A Superpower

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    formed after winning independence from Britain, countries that were oppressed looked towards the new country and its Declaration of Independence to achieve their own freedom. As America grew powerful, the country rose to the top among superpowers like Britain and Russia. Today, America is the world’s only superpower and hegemon. To achieve this position, America strengthened their military forces, expanded their economy and integrated its culture through foreign policies. While the quality of…

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    Barg Theory

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    their theory was proved or disproved. Huang, Ackerman, and Bargh successfully preformed a social experiment that they recorded so that people can learn about social situations. The basis of the article comes from common trends in America and how they could affect real life. People in America have always had a fascination with superheroes, and it is easily assumed that humans fantasize about developing super-human powers. Many movies, books, and TV shows in America compare advantages and…

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