China-US Relations Today: Some Aspects

Duman Zhekenov, Nabizhan Mukhametkhanuly, Aliya Akatayeva, Saniya Nurdavletova, Zulfiya Meldibekova

Abstract


The biggest problem which will be discussed in world affairs in the first decade of the 21st Century is the People’s Republic of China’s fast paced economic growth which has become a key driver of international economic growth. Today the whole world is keeping an eye on China. China’s stunning high economic growth and a more active diplomatic relations has attracted not only Asia, Africa, the Pacific region, Latin America and the whole Eurasia. According to some analysts of leading countries American age is coming to its end. According to Albert Keitel (Carnegie foundation) China’s Gross Domestic Product nominal will be the same the United States of America by 2020. In 2050 the nominal Gross Domestic Product will become more than twice the size of America. Within 10-15 years America’s great economic power certainly will slow down. Here inevitably raises important questions about what developing process will be on an international system? Will China abolish or change the present international system or try to build a new system or be one of the members of the system or become a leading power in the world? Can the US keep its present position? What will happen if the United States and China compete in the same level? What will happen with the new world future under Chinese running if the United States can’t keep present position? The answers to these questions are of enormous importance and we will try to find the answers analyzing the United States-China relations at present times.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s1p360


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