China will not dominate the current century while the US will continue to maintain its position in the world as the most influential country, predicts former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, according to Canada's CTV website and the website of the Globe and Mail.
CPC has continued to innovate and re-invent itself is what makes the rise of China one of the top events of this century.
China is simply no match for the US and will not be for decades, no matter what advancements it makes in its military, says Amitai Etzioni in a commentary on the website of the American bimonthly magazine The National Interest on June 6.
Although the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted that China will replace the United States as the world's largest economy by as early as 2016, it is too premature to glorify China's model of state-led capitalism and sound the death knell for America's economic dominance, argues Nita Ghei in an op-ed piece in the Washington Times on June 3.
The biggest news story around the world since January 2000 remains the rise of China as an economic and political power, the Global Language Monitor said.
China’s production of green technologies has grown a remarkable 77 per cent a year, according to the report, which was commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund for Nature. The report was expected to be released Monday at an industry conference in Amsterdam.
After three decades largely spent embracing Capitalism, China has stepped up a propaganda campaign to glorify its revolutionary Communist past and reunite society under a Red flag.