For decades China has been a country of economic advantage in US strategy. The United States has been dealing with China as a US economic watchdog. Chinese products have been swept under American patronage for decades in the US market, and cheap Chinese goods have reached all American homes. In the New York Times, the famous American journalist Thomas Friedman commented sarcastically: “Did you know that science The American who is flying over the White House is a Chinese industry? “Chinese goods have swept America as much as other countries in the world have been subjected to cheap, diversified and glorified licenses. But the situation has been changing for 10 years and more. China is no longer just a producer of cheap goods, especially as it has jumped a quantum leap in terms of gross national product.
More than a decade ago, China was in what was known as the GDP, or the total of its domestic production, behind the weakest European countries, such as Italy in terms of GDP. We recall that China’s total output was just over $ 1 trillion or more. But while gross domestic product (GNP) of European countries such as Britain, Germany and France is still in place or increased by a mere 2 trillion, we see that China’s GDP has jumped above ten trillion dollars in less than a decade, The Chinese economy is the second most powerful economy in the world after the United States in a very short period of time, let alone in the coming decades if growth remains so. Do not forget that while the growth rate in America and Europe is two or three percent at the latest we see that the annual growth rate in China in one year to more than thirteen percent. This means that China has begun to compete as a huge global pole in the economic arena pending the development of its other political and cultural arms.

Chinese goods have swept America as much as other countries in the world have been invaded for their price, variety and abundance

In the light of this great Chinese progress, America and its Western appendices no longer regard China as a Western enclave, but rather a danger that must be confronted quickly and seriously before it can begin to threaten Western technology and its status. At the same time, China’s global or imperialist tendencies have begun to emerge through the so-called Silk Road through which China will invade many countries through trade. The Shanghai University of China preceded the Silk Road years ago when it held a major conference to discuss China’s new world role. In other words, China has long been thinking of exporting its surplus abroad, as all the great powers have done throughout history. If we see China’s penetration into Africa and construction of facilities around all the oil regions of the world to make sure that China has already begun to compete strongly as a giant global pole.
At the same time, America has been working for years to block oil routes to and from China, according to the famous Australian author John Blager. We do not know if the bombing of oil tankers in the Gulf targets China before others? Let us not forget that the most remote US base on China’s border is no more than forty-five kilometers away, which shows that America is trying to strangle China in all ways but to no avail.
US play with China has become short after Huawei’s mobile crisis. Note how Western countries have converged on America to face the escalating Chinese threat. We have all seen the massive tax drive imposed by America on Chinese goods so that the world is facing a major trade war that could threaten the entire world economy. So far, China has not used all of its means to counter the US campaign, especially since China has a lot of US Treasury bonds, not to mention that if China prevents the sale of Apple Mobile in China only, the US giant may lose more than thirty-five percent of its income because China Constitute an unparalleled market in the world for Western goods.
What does America do to face the Chinese dragon? We noticed how US companies stood united behind the US administration to face the threat of Mobile Huawei, which is competing with Apple and others. We saw how Google stopped providing Huawei with Android. Facebook has blocked Facebook’s global application on Huawei phones. Canada had previously sued Chinese company officials. All of that to stifle the terrible Chinese mobile. The next greatest.
In contrast, we saw how the Chinese president quickly visited Russia following the Huawei crisis with America. To make matters worse, China immediately succeeded in signing a global agreement to supply Russia with fifth-generation communications technology. Russia, in turn, has offered to supply Huawei with a Russian operating system instead of Android, which Google has blocked from the Chinese company. It is true that China is immediately able to set up a Chinese operating system for Mobile Huawei, but the Russian offer has a special symbol that the world is already divided into poles, and that the US Pole system is already fading in the light of the economic, trade and technological conflict with China.
Is it possible to say that China’s Huawei’s mobile crisis with America actually signals the emergence of a new world order? Will this extraordinary mobile be a major turning point in the history of the world?

By a Syrian writer and media Person

Author: Warsame Digital Media WDM

About the blogger: This blog is associated with the former Chief of Staff in Puntland State Presidency, 1998-2005. He also worked with the UN and World Bank Joint Secretariat for Somalia’s Re-construction and Development Program (RDP), 2005-2006, as a Zonal Technical Coordinator for Puntland and later as National Aid Technical Coordinator with the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia and European Union. He is now an independent political analyst and commentator on current issues and occasionally gives historical perspective on modern Somalia’s politics. He lives and works in Toronto, Canada. He can be reached at:

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