International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

The Place of Trade Relations in International Relations "USA and China as a Model"

The studies aimed at showing the volume of trade relations between China and America in light of the economic, technological, and knowledge competition. The study dealt with the volume of bilateral trade and investment between the two sides, and the extent of this competition to determine the status of the two countries in the international system, in addition to a statement of the most prominent possible scenarios for the future of economic relations between the two sides. The study relied on employing the descriptive-analytical method to determine the importance of US-Chinese relations, politically and commercially, and analyzing the statistical structures of the volume of production between the two countries, in addition to using the historical method, which restores the history of relations between the two countries and their ability to political and economic development, in addition to the decision-making approach that studies the environment. surrounding the decision-maker who depends on the economic and military capabilities of the two countries and imposes their hegemony on the international system. The study reached a set of results and recommendations, which confirmed that there is a large trade exchange between the two countries despite the intensity of competition that may reach the stage of conflict. The study recommended that China and the United States reach an agreement that stops the differences between the two sides to maintain global economic stability.

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