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Chinese Rise and the Development of Conflicts with Southeast Asian Countries over the South China Sea
Muntaha Ali Hussien, Dr. Huussein Mezher Khalaf
Volume: 13 Issue: 2 2023
The American thinker Samuel Huntington at the time thought that the global conflict under the new international order would be an economic conflict, stressing that China would be the first emerging economic power that could pose a serious threat to the United States. That reading embodied the model of American readings at the time, which were looking at a set of transformations that China brought about in its economic system and structures, which began to show features of its impact remarkably since the early nineties, especially in light of the enormous material and human capabilities and capabilities that China possesses, and its relentless directions at that stage. Which was proceeding in full swing to implement a successive series of comprehensive and ambitious development plans and strategies, to make China, in the eyes of American decision-makers, the strongest potential competitor to the United States in the twenty-first century.
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