Apparently they will be having a competitor, not now but within 10, 20 or 30 years time from now on.
Basically the USA has seen the threat. They know that if they lost their technological advantage, they will not be able to protect their economical and political dominance.
Which means that the USA and China have very deep conflicting interests. They both want to be the super-nation of the 21th century.
Many people think that the struggle between these two nations is all about the USA President Donald Trump and is limited to the trade measures taken reciprocally.
Unfortunately, this may not be the case.
What we are experiencing right now might be the starting steps of a new type of cold war and will have significant effects on the future of international trade, international finance and international relationships of the nations.
As a result each of us should understand what is going on between China and the USA.
On today’s post I have gathered best documentary movies explaining the tension between China and the USA.
Trump’s Trade War (full film) | FRONTLINE
This is one of the best documentary explaining China and US trade war. Published on 07.May.2019.
This documentary covers:
- US President Donald Trump’s attitude against US trade deficit and the way he looked at tariffs since he was a young president prospect 30 years ago.
- Controversy in the USA government especially between nationalists and globalists.
- The possible effects of tariffs to the US and Chinese manufacturers.
- Interviews with top US, Chinese officials not only in US but in China as well.
How Americans Are Losers In The US-China Trade War
This video is prepared by Singapore based news network CNA Insider. The opinions are mainly coming from globalists perspective, supporting slightly Chinese thesis.
For example, we can’t see unfair Chinese government’s incentives given to Chinese corporations to destroy fair global trade on this video.
Published on 07.March.2019.
This documentary mainly covers:
- Technical analysis of the current global manufacturing system.
- Why tariffs is not a good idea for the USA to confront China economically.
- Adverse effects of tariffs to the US manufacturing companies.
The Realities Of Trump’s Trade War | VICE on HBO
This video is prepared by USA based Vice News. The opinions are mainly coming from globalists perspective, explaining why trade war with China via tariffs hurting USA manufacturers and farmers.
They disregard Chinese aggression.
Inside China’s High-Tech Dystopia
This video explains Chinese technological improvements in Shenzhen.
Although this video has no direct connection with trade war between China and the USA, it perfectly illustrate why some US people think that China is going to outsmart US in the near future.
Zowee, a Chinese smartphone manufacturing factory, has been changing its production process so that smartphones are going to be made end-to-end completely by robots.
The trick is that Zowee builds all of these automation robots by itself by Chinese engineers. One of the biggest US fear.
China’s Trillion Dollar Plan to Dominate Global Trade
China has embarked on the most ambitious infrastructure project in modern world history. It’s called the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and it spans three continents and covers almost 60 percent of the world’s population.
It’s how China plans to become the world’s next superpower.
Why China is building islands in the South China Sea
China is building islands in the South China sea and its causing disputes among the other nations in the region; Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam, and Indonesia. The US has many allies in the region and uses its massive Navy to patrol international waters, keeping shipping lanes open for trade
To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalist Sam Ellis uses maps to tell these stories and chart their effects on foreign policy.
How Africa is Becoming China’s China
This video explains how China is building economic, political and military ties with African countries.