China ” claims that they expose state secrets and

China
has in recent
years emerged as a rival to the United
States economically and militarily. However, I don’t foresee China intentions to conquer America. For
instance, many Chinese parents send their kids to study in the United States, which means that many of them are determined to integrate the
American viewpoints with their own. “During the 2014-2015 academic year, the
number of Chinese students studying stateside was 304,040, a 10.8 percent
increase over the 2013-2014 academic year.”1
In fact, China head of State Xi
Jinping’s daughter graduated from Harvard in
2014. So it is more likely that China doesn’t see itself as a threat to the
United States but as a competitor.

In the
neoliberalism school of thought,
democratic states do not engage in wars. The
Chinese government is an authoritarian regime that denies its people basic
freedoms. For instance, Google and Facebook sites are blocked in China because
the Chinese government ” claims that they expose state secrets and endanger the
country.”2
However, even though China is not a democratic state, in a realist perspective
it is not in China’s interest to challenge the United States on the world stage
because both countries economies are tightly integrated together. Secondly,
China is the largest holder of the U.S. Treasury bonds. “China’s holdings of U.S. bonds, notes and bills rose to $1.15 trillion in June
2017, up $44.3 billion from a month earlier.”1
Therefore, why would China, for instance, want to go to war with the United States?Yes,
China is a growing threat to United States
allies in south-east Asia particularly Taiwan but does not pose a direct threat
to the United States. Many of the United States problems are self-inflicted. By
no means is the international relationships between the United States and China
has been without challenges. In many cases, China leaders partner with the
United States only if it is in their best interest. For instance, when it comes
to North Korea aggressions towards the United States, China has voted more than
once in the UN security council to impose tough sanctions on the North Korean
rogue regime. In conclusion, it is important for the United States and China to
have a mutual international relation because economically they depend on each
other.

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