A Chinese analog has always been seen as a cheaper version of an American product, while the Chinese army, surely one of the most numerous ones, has never been heard to be engaged in any serious actions. Nevertheless, the economy of China is booming and many people think that this country will soon become even greater. This paper will show that despite a considerable number of internal problems, Rise of China is inevitable because it knows how to cope with them.
It is quite obvious that the image of China in the media is closely connected to censorship that takes place in it. Indeed, for many people the World Wide Web is seen as an alternative platform which is free from any political influence, but this kind of thinking can hardly be shared by the Chinese. The latter often can not access a considerable number of web sites or services that constitute everyday routing for the people in the West. It is surely one of the internal problems that should be solved in order to minimize the possibility of civil unrest in China. However, if one takes a look at this situation from a different perspective, one will be able to see that censorship is one of the corner stones of the stability in China. It is true that the people of this country are not able to use various social networks, but this is exactly what keeps this state away from any radical movements that the idea of which can be spread via the Web. This means that a probability of any kind of revolution in China is smaller which contributes to Rise of this country in future.
Other than being blessed in terms of the population, China is also the third largest country in the world. This means that the amount of natural resources that are available in it is tremendous. Despite that fact, the Chinese are not willing to organize their economy around export of those, just like the Russians