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"But I also believe we will see growing competition between the United States and China, as well as continued tensions in the Middle East and Eurasia, and these conflicts could escalate to a level that no leader originally intends. Sadly, history provides all too many examples of this sort of process." - Pr. Stephen Walt, HarvardSince I started to get a grip on politics after I really understood what the news are talking about USA tends to hold Asia under a dominance, producing dragging competition and the most disturbing thing is that seemingly the conflict that has been developed over the years doesn't cease, but makes them constant companion for as long as they leave a foothold for USA.
There is not even the slightest intention here to take sides. Though the same does appear the other way around. This gets a bit complicated, rather unfair and confusing. Because the other way around would be the full power of Asia against USA. Somehow it's easier to describe USA's power over Asia than Asia's power on USA; thinking about the possible arousal of rage from Asia sounds outrages and could have very unpleasant consequences. But to reform the unity among them is going to take longer than imagined. That's a topic of another day.
Now to scale the threat down to a minimum number, I would like to be a bit more specific. There are all types of discussions about the relationship between two world giants, United States of America and China. Honestly speaking though it seems to me that the world has yet to figure out the contrast between these two. Although I should say that there's a high level of political and economical "synergy" implicated between these two. US owes China bunch of money in the contrast US tends to manage to play the cool guy and manage to maintain the status they have formed in the "far east" over the course of decades if not centuries.
I took the image form a topic that was featured by The New York Times which is also a good read however a bit in the different direction