Yes, there are predictions that a positive outlook makes it possible for us to think that a fusion alternative world can be created. However, United States will still look for indicators that pose a threat to integrity of its economic, social, and political values. On the outset, we must start by understanding the nuances of the fusion alternate world that has been discussed in the 2012 National Intelligence Council Report, Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds.
The main aim of the fusion alternative world is to bring about global harmony and development through the co-operation between United States and China. While both are world powers in their own right, experts hope that this fusion alternative world (NICR, 2012) will have an amalgamation of economic growth practices found in both the countries. It is clearly evident that the theory banks on considering China as one of the most influential Asian powers next to India and Japan. And it is understood that when a market as large as China decides to join hands with America, the rest of Asia, will only follow suit. This would lead to global co-operation in the form of exchange of trade services and goods (Ikenberry & Mustanduno, 2013, p.142). Also, global challenges like poverty, unemployment, and terrorism would be taken care of, as both these powers will be more active in exercising political and military control in regulating economic and social disorders within the rest of the world countries.
While this picture looks brightly promising, the fact that United States wishes to stick to its individuality in terms of economy, political thinking and social prowess may come in the way of this highly promising alternative world scenario. For starters, the equilibrium that the fusion alternative world promises may not meet the predicted levels of satisfaction especially for the US consulate (Slaughter, 2011). While US stand for