CHINA’S EMERGENCE AS A POTENTIAL SUPERPOWER AND THE WORLD ORDER

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  • Sager Ghalib Almotairi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54690/margallapapers.25.2.89

Keywords:

Rise of China, Superpower, World Order, Soft Power, Socio-economic Development

Abstract

In the endemic world, the emergence of China as a potential superpower is surfacing. It has been a long evolutionary process from the coarse period to the age of prosperity that pushes China to an upward trajectory with its reform model for domestic and worldwide growth. Its economic and strategic directions are reaping fruits in the Belt and Road Initiative. Beijing’s goodwill has been endorsed by different countries of the world who wish to learn from the ascendancy of China on the world stage. However, with the rise of China, it is feared that it would have implications for the predominant world order. This paper, therefore, highlights the country’s political, economic, military, and social reforms by its distinctive Soft Power approach. China is becoming an influential power that cannot be ignored on the global horizon.

 

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Almotairi, Sager Ghalib. 2021. "China’s Emergence as a Potential Superpower and the World Order." Margalla Papers 25 (2): 35-46.

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31-12-2021

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