China's Rise to Power

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After reading, “China vs. the U.S.: The case for second place (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.”, examine how China’s rise to power compares to other cases in which a rising nation has challenged an existing superpower, such as the American challenge to British hegemony a century ago. Describe the political obstacles that China may face in integrating with an international order that has been dominated by western democracies. Evaluate whether the U.S. should attempt to contain China’s rise through containment or engagement.

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The U.S military has a commanding presence, with a massive occupation of Iraq and
Afghanistan, their air force, on the other hand, maintains superiority over airspace and the navy
ultimately rules the waters. China geographically can't be a superpower since the U.S navy
seems overstretched with its presence throughout the world. An excellent example of hegemonic
decline noted at the en...

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