The point is that China is doing what Soviets could not do dominate the Western
[QUOTE="delol"]The point is that China ,step by step, is conquering the wes[QUOTE="dagreenfish"]
I'm not sure what you're trying to argue...
Um, China is not domnating nor conquering the West.
Not sure what the mention of the Soviets are supposed to add. Are you trying to say the China is a bigger threat to the West than the Soviet Union was becuase of current economic success? If so, that doesn't make much sense, because during that period, Russia had a competing economic ideology of a planned economy. Until 1978, China had a similar economic policy in place. But when Deng Xiaping took over, he began to transition China into a market economy and integrate it into the global liberal economic trade regime.
China's success has come from, more or less, buying into the global economic ideaology the the West has had in place since the end of WW2. By playing by the rules the West has set up, I don't see how they are conquering the WEst. Grant it, currency manipulation does faciliate an advantage to an export oriented economy, but is not sustainable due to the effect on the domestic citizens. WIth a growing middle class, there will be more demand for policies that will allow the Yuan's value to float.
Also there are the previous examples of Japan, S. Korea, and Taiwan that had huge growth via manufacturing and high manual labor jobs, but have since shifted into tertiary industries and domestic populations demanded higher pay.My mention to Sovietic Union is to make the point that the new global war is not won by guns but by those that will get economical superiority,as for other Asian examples you gave they are like kittens compare whit a tiger