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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_superpowers

A potential superpower is a state or a political and economic entity that is speculated to be – or to have the potential to soon become – a superpower. Currently, only the United States fulfills the criteria to be considered a superpower. The European Union and the emerging BRIC economies comprising Brazil, Russia, India ...

www.forbes.com/sites/sarahsu/2017/02/02/why-china-wont-replace-the-u-s-as-the-worlds-superpower

Feb 2, 2017 ... Further, China's living standards are not close to those in the West, and its currency is not considered international yet, as preconditions for becoming a global superpower. It is possible that these conditions will change over time, but in the short run, we will not see China become the "next United States" in ...

www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/06/china-jinping-trump-america-first-keqiang/529014

Jun 2, 2017 ... Remarkably—and, unthinkably, as recently as one year ago—today China seems to be the world's most likeable superpower. ... In some prominent cases, the choice by allied or friendly nations to distance themselves from the United States does not necessarily mean they are moving closer to China. Some ...

intpolicydigest.org/2014/09/13/can-china-become-next-superpower

Sep 13, 2014 ... The United States still remains the sole superpower but with the rise of “the rest,” particularly China, the present structure of the world order will eventually be reconfigured.

www.debate.org/opinions/will-china-become-the-next-superpower

I cannot be 100% confident about it but most likely will. Be the next superpower. China has many elements that are playing on its favor. First of all it has the fastest growing economy worldwide. That means that its economic impact on the world is becoming increasingly important and it is dictating the economy growth on the  ...

www.debate.org/opinions/is-china-the-worlds-next-superpower

China has an enormous population, many resources, rapidly growing economy, large military, and an independent foreign policy with clear goals. It has not yet risen to superpower status, but it is already one of the most significant powers in Asia. It seems inevitable that China will grow to become a superpower over the ...

listverse.com/2017/09/06/top-10-reasons-china-wont-be-the-worlds-next-superpower

Sep 6, 2017 ... This can result in a very confusing vision of the future for China's citizens. As the middle class grows and their wealth increases, class structure should become more evident, which is what socialism is supposed to be against. A healthy free- market economy is widely believed to only be able to sustain itself ...

www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/united-states/2016-04-13/once-and-future-superpower

Apr 13, 2016 ... After two and a half decades, is the United States' run as the world's sole superpower coming to an end? Many say yes, seeing a rising China ready to catch up to or even surpass the United States in the near future. By many measures, after all, China's economy is on track to become the world's biggest, ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/nake-m-kamrany/chinas-rise-to-global-eco_b_6544924.html

It is most likely that China will maintain its lead in economic ranking of GDP in the foreseeable future largely due to catch-up of its per capita income which is rising .... 15% - 18% causing 23 million to become unemployed, but 98% found jobs as the economy readily bounced back and the unemployment rate dropped to 4%.