As China is becoming a metropolitan and developed country over recent decades, both domestic industries and international organizations are enjoying a harmonious but prosperous development in this utopia. Despite global financial disasters such as the collapse of large financial institutions, the downturn of stock exchange market in 2007 to 2008, China still survived the long periods of economic stagnancy. The determining factor that saves China from the burden of a relatively large population is the rapid development of its economy. Supportive evidences can be found from the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission “The 2011 Report to Congress” (2011) . The commission staff has noted that China relied heavily on economic development, making China the second-largest economy in the world and the world’s largest manufacturer. In addition to these, the rising global influence has marked the outstanding future role of China in the international society in which different parts of the globe concern so much.
China has undoubtedly playing a more and more important role in the international society with areas such as military and human rights issues. In the prospective introduced by Xie , it is assumed that China in the future will act vigorously to expand its openness to the international society and conduct comprehensive engagement in different regime. By adopting the “open-up policy”, first, the economic development can reach further in the sense that more countries can utilize the abundant recourses in China including capital and technology and thereby produce mutual good to both parties. Second, it serves as a driving force to modernization. China will be increasingly participating in international organizations which strengthened China’s leverage on series of global issues and thus raised its international influence.
While some sees China’s future role as positive and optimistic, it can become a main threat to countries like the US and Japan. In...
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