The impact of the China and America dispute on the WTO on their strategic Competition for hegemony

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One of China's policies to achieve hegemony is to effectively influence international financial institutions and institutions to use their capacity to promote national power. China is the only country that is currently a strategic rival to the United States. Its actions in the international arena in the America are interpreted as a code of conduct in competition with Washington and are therefore opposed. China's accession to the World Trade Organization has become one of the most important areas of competition between China and the United States. The main question is what are the most important divisive factors between China and the America in the World Trade Organization? And this issue in macro strategic competition how does it make sense? The hypothesis of the article has been studied descriptively-analytically, the differences between the America and China in the World Trade Organization include the yuan rate, customs tariffs, monopoly on the electronic payment market, and intellectual property.The two countries are trying to use the capacity of the World Trade Organization to enhance their institutional power, and the success of each of them in the World Trade Organization affects the success or failure of the two in the competition for hegemony.
Jostarha - ye Siyasi - ye Mo'aser, Volume:14 Issue: 4, 2024
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