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WHAT DOES CHINA REALLY WANT ? IS THIS COUNTRY LOOKING TO MAKE NEW SLAVE

  1. profile image47
    mums4uposted 8 years ago

    WHAT DOES CHINA REALLY WANT ? IS THIS COUNTRY LOOKING TO MAKE NEW SLAVE

    CHINA IS RULING TIBET RIGHT NOW,SO WHAT DOES YOU THER THINK WHO IS NEXT,BECAUSE CHINA THINKS THAT ONE DAY THEY ARE GOING TO RULE THE WORLD

  2. mthurston profile image78
    mthurstonposted 8 years ago

    Lets de-construct this a little bit.  1. China doesn't need slaves - they've got a huge population of their own.  2. China doesn't 'want' anything besides probably sustainability.  You could think of them as a snowball rolling down a hill getting bigger.  China and India are formidable economic competitors who will continue to play a larger part on the world stage. 

    Its always interesting to see how many Americans believe that if they can't have alleged control over things like international relations and economies, then the entire world must be going to hell.

    The US's role in world affairs will diminish as others rise.  You don't have to run for the hills, just accept reality and focus on creating domestic policies that are not protectionist.  Through the liberalization of policy, you can ensure that you are part of the future, as opposed to becoming a relic of a powerful past.

  3. xiao_kang profile image57
    xiao_kangposted 8 years ago

    MTHURSTON  I like you. I was trying to formulate a response to this question but you put it so well there's nothing I can say except DITTO.

  4. ngureco profile image84
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Towards the end of World War II, in August 1945, the Americans detonated offensively two nuclear weapons at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. At Hiroshima, they dropped a uranium gun-type device code-named Little Boy. At Nagasaki, they dropped a... read more

  5. ngureco profile image84
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    The day George Bush Senior and Mikhail Gorbachev decided to end the cold war is the day the doors were opened for China. A liberalized world trade means free world trade for the 6 billon people on planet earth. A liberalized world trade will bring... read more

 
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