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superpower

1. an extremely powerful state, such as the US
2. extremely high power, esp electrical or mechanical
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China, an emerging superpower has aligned its concern and interest with Pakistan and it is high time that we take advantage of this tide and ensure our rise along with the rise of the Chinese Dragon.
"India is an emerging superpower, and its population of 1.25 billion people presents enormous opportunities for New Zealand," the minister said.
To the world at large, India presents a large, untapped economy that has made rapid progress over the past few decades and is now hailed as an emerging superpower. Modi's stardom on the world political stage has further concealed India's shortcomings and presented it as a land of endless possibilities.
China, the emerging superpower of the 21st century, is still looking for its global political role and is always in a fraught position with regard to issues of human rights, even outside its Asian sphere of influence.
China is an emerging superpower with global ambitions.
For the first time now, the geography of Pakistan may be utilized to reap its real potentials of being a trade and energy corridor, giving Pakistan a relationship with the emerging superpower of the world on a strategic footing.
That makes India an emerging superpower among the world's leading outbound markets.
"Exporting this model, and not just labor-intensive manufactured products to western nations, could prove the next leg up in China's ascent as a credible emerging superpower." Asia needs about $800 billion in annual infrastructure funding.
And 2015, he predicted, would be more of the same, as Xi actively practices a distinctive diplomatic approach, befitting China"s new role as an emerging superpower.
A PHOTOGRAPHER'S voyage to Brazil 121 years ago is being used as a catalyst to boost trade between the emerging superpower and Birmingham.
APIONEERING photographer's voyage to Brazil 121 years ago Avoyage to Brazil 121 years ago Ais being used as a catalyst to boost trade between the emerging superpower and Birmingham.
US PresidentBarackObamahas said Washington welcomesChina's rise but that engagement withBeijingwould not come at the expense of its Asian allies -- as Chinese state media greeted his arrival in the region with a broadside accusing theUnited Statesof wanting to "cage" the emerging superpower.

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