The United States of America has had long standing relations with the country of china. Ever since the 1950 showdown between the US and China the relations have remained stable. The biggest contentment is what deals and interactions does China interpose on a daily basis. Generally, the US receives a majority of it's exports from the country of China. Some theorize that this builds stronger ties with a communist state (China). Personally, I side with the theory that the increased importing of Chinese goods limits the US economy. Consider the following fact, the Chinese government owns more than 3 Trillion dollars in US bonds. One must ask, where did China get this much US currency; clearly, the over leveraged imports of Chinese goods has given china a surplus of US currency that they simply invest into the US; not on the basis of good relations,but on the basis that they have nothing else to do with it. The growth of China is a threat to the United States economically on some principles; the first would be the one I mentioned earlier, the unbalance of exports and imports between China and the US. In addition, the growth of China will undermine the US on a global scale;have you ever heard the saying that their is not room for the two of us. This theory suggests that the growth of another power will undermine yours. Simply due to the fact of competition. While some would disagree, I find it a viable general scale to gauge the growth of china as a plausible threat to US interests.
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