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Synonyms for superpower

a state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world

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In this violent world, we cannot afford not to find common ground to work with China an emerging superpower for the simple reason that we do not want nor can we afford another catastrophic war.
But as an emerging superpower, China should do more and in a more responsible manner, if Beijing wants to earn the respect and recognition of the international community befitting its status.
Finally, political leadership appears to be lacking (some would say fragmenting), with the only source of strong demand-led growth coming from historically volatile developing markets - at the centre of which sits China, an emerging superpower with a long memory of past injustices and with a very hungry population to feed.
Like the Bush administration before it, the Obama administration sees Latin America's largest country as an emerging superpower whose economic dynamism and relatively stable democracy make it a natural ally.
He says he thinks the US is still trying to destabilise modern China in order to neutralise a rapidly emerging superpower.
Avoiding Taj Majalstyle tourist attractions, Merton's eight-week series aims to reveal what makes this emerging superpower so unique.
China: The Balance Sheet--What the World Needs to Know Now about the Emerging Superpower, recently published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Institute for International Economics, which Navarro thankfully footnotes in his last chapter, addresses many of the same problems but in a far more balanced and informed manner.
Security Council and an emerging superpower also means it has the responsibility to pay closer attention to the Middle East conflict.
According to Glain, China is no single entity that can be easily categorized as an emerging superpower or stumbling giant.
China; the balance sheet: what the world needs to know now about the emerging superpower.
Graeme King spoke to those in the region building links with the emerging superpower.
Director, Institute for International Economics, and coauthor of China: The Balance Sheet--What the World Needs to Know Now About the Emerging Superpower (Public Affairs Press, 2006)
That approach, in turn, risks turning China, an emerging superpower, into an aggressive opponent rather than simply a global competitor.
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