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China's rise to world power and the West's resistance

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Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, China has been the first country that has the potential to catch up with the western hegemonic powers economically and politically, i.e. to break their dominance at all levels. This does not make friends with the masters of the world who must fear their dethronement. So they try by all means to maintain their wavering power.

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Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, China has been the first country that has the potential to draw level economically and politically with the western hegemonic powers, i.e. to break their dominance at all levels. This does not make friends with the masters of the world who must fear their dethronement. So they try by all means to maintain their wavering power.

This book traces the conflicts that arose from China's rise to world power and the reactions of Western powers to it and continue to arise - from the establishment of new alliance systems in East and Southeast Asia, to the conflicts in the South China Sea, the struggles for influence in Africa and the states along the New Silk Road, to the anti-Chinese economic war of the USA and the attempts of the West to torpedo the technological development of the People's Republic.

About Jörg Kronauer

Jörg Kronauer is a social scientist and freelance journalist specializing in neo-fascism and German foreign policy. Most recently he wrote the books "Ukraine above everything!" An expansion project of the West "(2014, specifically text 66)," Always ready. The new German world politics and its pillars "(2015)," 'We are the masters of the country'. The German reach for Greece - history of submission "( 2016, specific texts 69) and "Do you think the Russians want war? Russia, the West and the second Cold War" (2018) published. Jörg Kronauer works as editor of the news portal german-foreign-policy.com and lives in London.