International Relations Essay

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The article is about Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the United States to meet with president Obama. The objective of this meeting is to fix some of the issues President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao that could not be resolved since when president Obama visited the Chinese leader in November 2009. Some of those issues consist on trade and, currency to North Korea and the South China Sea. President Hu Jintao’s other objective is to let the world know that China is a rising power but also to calm the fears over its intentions. The article states that China has grown stronger and wealthier but the leadership has grown more diffuse and harder to locate making them in some ways even weaker. Basically what that means is that there are a lot of other people making ...view middle of the document...

On the issue of North Korea, China does not want North Korean’s to cross over to China to seek work and refuge from the North Korean Government. The Chinese Communist party works with the Korean’s Workers Party to try to prevent that from happening.
In my opinion, it is important that the leaders of these two countries meet and try to work out the issues that they could not agree on when President Obama went to China in November of 2009. For example, one of these issues was that the Chinese have to value there currency to world value in order to prevent inflation of their own currency which would be bad for the Chinese public and everyone else around the world because the cost of items will rise in china and for the rest of the world. Another issue is North Korea. They have to try and keep North Korea from using their nuclear bombs on any other country. The United States and United Nations has tried talking to North Korea about disarming of their nuclear weapons but it has not worked. They refuse to disarm. My predictions on all these issues are that China at one point or the other will put their currency at world level because they cannot have inflation. The Chinese will continue to produce state of the art stealth fighter planes because they want to show the world they are a rising power like the United States. On the issue of North Korea I think that they will continue to build nuclear weapons and they will stop for no one. I think if the North Koreans keep on testing their nuclear weapons and then try to use them on another country to try to invade. There is going to be a world war 3 and China would have to go against the North Koreans if they want the people of China to remain safe. I also think one day China would be completely Capitalist country. It would just take the right leader to make that happen.

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