China and the New World Order
The rise of China has created doubts about America's status in the world. A survey by the Pew Research Center last year revealed that 15 out of 22 nations believed China either would replace, or had already supplanted, the U.S. as the world's leading superpower.
With the IMF predicting that China's economy will surpass the US by 2016, questions remain on how well the world is coming to terms with China's rise.
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