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Nikita Nain , Seeks vibrancy in life Nov, 04 2016

The Expansion of Sinosphere


With increasing relevance of China across Asia, with monetary interventions and economic baits for most countries, there is a perception of the changing power dynamics.

Is USA losing its political and economic clout in the region due to the enormous mobilization of funds by China along with its pan-continental infrastructure projects, gargantuan economy and political autonomy?


Raja Mandala: The Expansion of Sinosphere - Carnegie India - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


With increasing relevance of China across Asia, with monetary interventions and economic baits for most countries, there is a perception of the changing power dynamics. Is USA losing its political and economic clout in the region due to the enormous mobilization of funds by China along with its pan-continental infrastructure projects, gargantuan economy and political autonomy?Raja Mandala: The Expansion of Sinosphere - Carnegie India - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Saloni , Nov, 07 2016


China is no angel as every country in history that becomes powerful, goes rogue. China is bad in many ways, however, recent history and facts tell us that the comparison between China and the U.S. is exactly opposite of your "delusion".

Read Noam Chomsky, watch Oliver Stone's documentary called "Untold History of the U.S." or google more on history sections of university sites. Americans helped Europe invade and push drugs into China twice, turning the Roosevelt and Delano (John Kerry's family) families into millionaires. It was the "coalition of the willing", using a term from Donald Rumsfeld, and it was lucrative. How many times has China invaded the U.S. or Europe? For invading and winning the opium war in China, Britain stole Hong Kong. Most people are still brainwashed into believing Britain's lies that HK was leased. Has China invaded Britain or the U.S. and taken Manchester or Miami? Which country is more of a threat? The one that has invaded or the one that hasn’t?

China is no angel as every country in history that becomes powerful, goes rogue. China is bad in many ways, however, recent history and facts tell us that the comparison between China and the U.S. is exactly opposite of your "delusion". Read Noam Chomsky, watch Oliver Stone's documentary called "


Stella , Nov, 07 2016


Every country has motivation to grow their wealth. China is not the only one. However, only a few countries have actually carried out invasions, such as the U.S. and Britain. Which country is more of a threat? The one with one foreign military base or the one with 800?

Which one is more rogue? The one who hasn't invaded anyone else yet or the one who has already broken multiple international laws and invaded multiple countries with impunity? After 40+ years, Russia has served its purpose as an enemy for the military industrial complex. Besides, it's hard to continue believing that Russia is such a enemy when they keep declining in strength. Now, the U.S. needs to find another enemy. China is the logical one, because it is gaining strength.

Every country has motivation to grow their wealth. China is not the only one. However, only a few countries have actually carried out invasions, such as the U.S. and Britain. Which country is more of a threat? The one with one foreign military base or the one with 800? Which one is more rogue? Th


Ritesh Aggarwal , Nov, 07 2016


Over the last decade the world has seen more of America’s soft power than its military power in regards to its national security policy vis a vis Russia, China, North Korea and Iran for instance. It has effectively used its diplomatic power to muster support for the trade embargoes to isolate a resurgent Russia seemingly bent under President Putin of re-establishing the lost glory or the greater federation of Soviet states along its border with its action in Georgia and the Crimea of the Ukraine as two instances. The United States bolstered its relationships and alliance with the Arab states opposing Iranian hegemony in the Middle East, as well as with Israel, which has joined with Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States and Jordan to oppose Iran’s proxy war against Sunni Islam as it tries to establish itself as the leader of the Islamic world of the Middle East. And it used its diplomatic soft power both in the United Nations and in its nation-to-nation relationships to impose harsh sanctions on the Iranian economy and its oil exports as well as to thwart its importation of “dual” use equipment, computers and materials which it could use to advance both its ballistic missile and nuclear technologies.

Over the last decade the world has seen more of America’s soft power than its military power in regards to its national security policy vis a vis Russia, China, North Korea and Iran for instance. It has effectively used its diplomatic power to muster support for the trade embargoes to isolate a re


Suhani Singh , Inquisitive snobbish arrogant. I am Golum and Nov, 07 2016


Of the 9 largest tech companies in the world, 8 are based in the U.S. Give the growing importance of the technology sector, that’s a big deal. For decades America worried about energy dependency, yet today America is the world’s No. 1 producer of oil and natural gas, in large part due to the development of hydraulic fracturing, a product of public research and private energy. America’s research universities and scientific institutions are best in class, allowing the nation to focus its ingenuity where it’s needed most. And America is spending the money to keep its comparative advantage intact: 30% of all research and development dollars are spent in the U.S.

Of the 9 largest tech companies in the world, 8 are based in the U.S. Give the growing importance of the technology sector, that’s a big deal. For decades America worried about energy dependency, yet today America is the world’s No. 1 producer of oil and natural gas, in large part due to the dev


aarth dhar , Nov, 07 2016


around 2011 China had already become the world’s second highest investor in R&D. Government research funding has been growing at an annual rate of more than 20 percent. At the end of 2012, for example, 7.28 billion yuan was spent on promoting life and medical sciences, nearly 10 times the 2004 level. Even more troubling (for the United States), in 2011, 21 percent of the applications were supported, and for young scientists, the application success rate was 24 percent, both of which were higher than the U.S. level. It was predicted that if the U.S. federal government R&D spending continues to languish, China may overtake the U.S. to be the global leader in R&D spending by 2023.

around 2011 China had already become the world’s second highest investor in R&D. Government research funding has been growing at an annual rate of more than 20 percent. At the end of 2012, for example, 7.28 billion yuan was spent on promoting life and medical sciences, nearly 10 times the 2004 lev


Aditya Singh , Starting up. Just learnt before launch its ca Nov, 04 2016


Have heard tibet people saying here that China has been smart top understand that geographical expansion is not possible because of international pressure so it has resorted to economic and cultural expansion.