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EMERGENCE AS GLOBAL POWER 1 EMERGENCE GLOBAL POWER by (Name) Course Professor (Tutor) University The City and State Date
EMERGENCE AS GLOBAL POWER 2 Introduction Over the last decades, power dominance has become the core objective of most first world countries. With time more countries are increasing their security, military and mechanical power intending to become a global figure both economically and in terms of the expertise. A global dominant country is one that has the power to influence major aspects of the world. Being a global power country means that the state has the sovereign power to impact changes in different countries on a world-wide scale (Kappel, 2015). Their power stretches to internal relations through their diplomats and their influence. Furthermore, they have the power to influence other countries into supporting any decision that they make concerning a particular issue. Most of the aspect includes controlling a certain production aspect, having the well-stable GDP and having the most manufacturing industries. Currently, the USA and Japan are the most dominant countries in terms of power. The two countries have controlled almost 80% of the world market dominance (Docksai, 2012). With both nuclear power (Japan) and military power (USA), the two countries have become the rulers of the world. However, over the last years, other countries have increased their infrastructures and technological expertise to become leading global power rulers. This article looks at two countries (India and China) and analyses them in the scope of global powers. The dissertation look at what it takes to become a global power figure and how suited are the two countries for the terms. In addition, we explore the strengths and weakness of each of the two countries. China as an emerging global power The rise of China as a global power can be explained as an unprecedented, historical phenomenon. The country has been able to improve its growth rate by a margin of 9% and 10% respectively over the last few years. According to Shambaugh (2013), the sudden rise in the
EMERGENCE AS GLOBAL POWER 3 economic level has caught the attention of World giants and most countries have started to analyses the means through which this country has been able to ascend the economic league table. Notably, the country has contributed immensely to global trade. According to the observation of most economists, Asia is becoming one of the most global dominant regions in the world. One of the contributing factors to the increase in the economic dominance of the countries in the west is the constant economic crisis that constantly hit the countries on the Eastern side. With increased invested abroad, china has scaled the global power ladder (Breslin, 2013). However, despite the promising nature of China as a global figure, China has not yet reached the prime of its economic growth. This is because compared to Europe china cannot afford to ‘buy Europe’. Strengths of China as an emerging power The rise of China in terms of economic dominance was initiated in the years 1978. From

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