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Super Strong Versus Group Strong Countries: China’s Role in Development and Changing World Pattern

Liu Hongfei, Tian Guang and Kathy Tian

Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, 2018, vol. 10, issue 1-3, 39-51

Abstract: China’s national strength alone does not ensure its position as a “world leader†or a “competent leader.†It would be prudent for China to consider the international situation. The question arises, “Will China become a super strong or a member of group strong or are we seeing a reversal to the bipolar era?†This article explores the role China can play in the development and change in the world order. Will China police the world along with the United States. The article discusses the background of the super strong and the group strong; how the country could evolve into a “group of strong.†Furthermore, it analyzes the current situation of the world pattern and presents the outlook for the future. Results indicate that peace and development are current themes, and the pattern of future world would depend on the gambling stratagem among the major powers.

Keywords: National strength; national power; super strong; a group strong (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.1177/0974910119865108

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