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Wie China die Welt erobern will (feat. @Breaking Lab )

Sep 03, 2022

Wie China die Welt erobern will (feat. @Breaking Lab )

a short question what would you say which country shapes your everyday life the most apart from germany i.e. the music you listen to the clothes you wear the series you watch and so on and so on i think the majority of you are the usa, whether you like it or not, no other country has had as much influence on our culture, our lifestyle and also on our politics as the united states of america and not only since yesterday but for decades but that could change soon nike netflix the us president the english language all that could then play a much smaller role to whose shock we might buy from alibaba and series from the

china

film group in and our children first learn mandarin instead of english at school everything completely unrealistic definitely not if the chinese government's plan is working and that's exactly what

will

happen and there is actually a lot to be said for it like

china

ba ld could already rule the world that's what this video is about, which is a collaboration with the channel

breaking

lab meters at the same time the year 2049 in this year the climate crisis

will

hopefully be fought a fair bit and it's exactly the year in which ryan gosling in blade runner fighting through a lost world in 2049 something else also happens this year the people's republic of

china

celebrates its 100th birthday, by the way, just like the federal republic of germany on october 1st 1949 the country was newly founded under the revolutionary fighter mao zedong and this man has

china

then ruled for almost 30 years if you want to know more about this period of government and the history of the people's republic of

china

in general then click on the i above there you

will

find a video about it at this point here is just a very short classification macedonia was a communist one and authoritarian politicians a dictator accordingly, air

china

also led n after his death, the country cautiously opened up from the 1970s, especially economically around the year 2000, the sleeping giant, as

china

is also often called, was slowly awakened and now, almost 75 years after the founding of the state, is on the verge of actually becoming the decisive world power to become that's a really steep ascent that didn't happen by chance because the path that

china

has taken is the result of detailed planning that also aligns the entire political action of the state the core is the so-called five-year plans in which

china

sets its goals for the next time originally it was an idea from the communist planned economy now these five-year plans are much more than that they are, so to speak, the timetable for the future of the country of a country in which around 1.4 billion people have been living for decades from a single party being governed the chinese communist party

china

is not a democracy ratie but a one-party dictatorship that is controlled centrally from the capital beijing there are just as few free elections as there are general basic and human rights the citizens of

china

are not really free but most of them don’t know it any other way the government is stable The population joins in and the economy is also aware of what is coming from Beijing and it is precisely these conditions that ensure that

China

can be controlled relatively easily with the help of the five-year plans, although it is such a huge and highly populated country say goodbye in october 2020 not somewhere in secret but publicly if you want you can read the complete plan in english it is freely available on the internet i linked you to the info box below and take a closer look at this plan it is definitely not worth it just to better understand how politic in

china

ik is done but above all because the fourteenth five-year plan is very special in one point it is not just about the period from 2020 to 2025, i.e. five years, but also far beyond that into the year 2035 vision 2035 is the title and the text says in addition, we

will

achieve a new form of industrialization, in which we

will

achieve major breakthroughs in key technologies and core areas, we

will

be a global leader in innovation global leadership exactly this term appears again and again in the strategic plans of the chinese government, not only the five-year plan and the vision 2035, but also in two other key areas, namely in the initiative a belt a road also as the new silk road or via downl oad known as an initiative and in the plan made in

china

2025 they are all part of a large-scale strategy and that's exactly where the year 2049 endgame comes by then

china

will

be the most important country in the world the country that is at the top in all areas namely quote chinese state councilor ping political, cultural, ethical, social and ecological and it is quite clear that another country should no longer be in this position by then and that is the usa to put it simply like

china

has ousted the usa from all important places by 2049 so what works but of course not simply overnight and that's why the chinese government has been planning this step for a very long time but how does

china

want to do it because logically the usa has no interest in anyone competing with them as much as so can

china

actually become a world power let's take a closer look and break down into three areas that are also important to the government: economy po litik military and we start with firstly the economy for the chinese government is clearly everything that one has planned stands and falls with the development of the economy only if things go well there can the goal be achieved in the end both at home and abroad and that is exactly why

china

is pursuing a very specific strategy on its way to becoming a world power, which jumping calls the double economic cycle, the scientific service of the federal parliament describes the term in an analysis if possible, chinese companies are manufactured in the country, imports should only take place where it cannot be avoided, that means

china

divides the economy into two areas, on the one hand what happens in the country and on the other hand what happens outside of

china

, both of which do not necessarily have to have to do with each other above all, foreign countries should play as little a role as possible, which in turn only works if

china

can make itself as independent as possible from other countries, so that you have the means of production and general know-how locally, as well as all the important ones raw materials and how that can work is described by the chinese government in its made in

china

2025 strategy, as you mentioned briefly earlier, this strategy was decided in 2015 and has a major goal by 2025:

china

will

increase its own share of the most important materials to 70 percent and at the same time should the country become the power of innovation and industry power number one and that's a total of ten so-called key industries, these include electromobility, biomedicine, communication technologies and systems for rail transport, but of course if you can't do it easily like that,

china

puts a lot of money into sayings we ma l completely neutral transfer of knowledge on the one hand means that

china

invests in companies abroad via state-owned or state-affiliated companies and not only travels from there money but above all also knowledge, especially in hong kong but also in europe the trade magazine wirtschaftsdienst has just between the year 2001 since went it started and in 2016 investments from

china

in other countries rose from 3 to 196 billion us dollars and after a small slump due to the pandemic, the course is picking up again in 2021, for example,

china

invested 35 times in a company in germany So of course in different companies that entrepreneurs near the German economy portal lists all of

China

’s investments in Germany in a database, you can take a look at it linked below and you notice, especially in the areas that are listed as key technologies in made in

China

2025, is the state but also active in other areas ichen from which you can draw know-how that is somehow useful a few examples the technology company medion the tire company pirelli germany and also the robotics provider kuka they are all very interesting for the chinese economy because they are innovative and that brings us to the second variant with

china

provides the necessary knowledge for innovation and there is intensive international cooperation in research that sounds harmless at first but it is not always why that is the case my colleague jacob from the

breaking

lab channel found a very exciting video about it the link at the top of the i and i would say jakob might fit together briefly what is it about because exactly what does tina specifically do international research work is of course super good and has already made many important innovations possible for us but it becomes problematic when it comes to research for military purposes and for espionage, that's exactly what chi is about na collectively accused by european research in the last 20 years there have been over 2900 collaborations between european and chinese universities that have been classified as extremely critical most of the publications that have been created with researchers from great britain but germany still comes in second let’s take a look how it all works in europe civil and military research is actually separated and most universities research only for the civil sector for military research results there are also tougher requirements, especially for export abroad, but that is less in the case of basic research and civil research the case and here we also come to problems in some fields research results can not only be used civilly but possibly also for military purposes in this case one speaks of dual use research that could, for example, object recognition for autonomous fah be that then also for autonomous threaten and pull searching guided missiles

will

be used and for the research on autonomous driving the conditions are not so strict to get important information,

china

now has several strategies, for example, is massive in other European countries in relevant research on key technologies Investing and studying abroad are made possible, but researchers with a military background are also sent abroad to spy on information under false identities.
wie china die welt erobern will feat breaking lab
German universities benefit financially from the cooperation with

China

so far there is no real protection against it and that's a pretty big problem yes that's a really exciting point more about that as I said in

breaking

up linked to the top of the i that means to become independent from abroad

china

uses exactly that this is also part of the double economic cycle, well, and then there is this idea of ​​the new silk road, to put it simply, it is about building a global trade network and that

china

uses, but actually the economy does not play the main role at all, because above all it's about and there we are second politics imagine you have a neighbor you certainly have this neighbor is basically fine but there is always a sticking point when the post office rings with a package that's actually for you the thought is that you can't accept it then he doesn't open his door because he doesn't want to accept the packages expensive packages therefore always go back to the branch and you have to walk around to pick them up not really great what do you do so invite the neighbors to a barbecue and to the joint series evening, she offers him a spotify account for te ilen and to pay for it and if you go to the bakery in the morning then bring a few rolls for him after a short time you

will

notice the neighbor is somehow open here is a good place to start a conversation I understand you and one day the decisive moment

will

come you speak to him on the packages to the neighbor admits that he has always been too lazy so far but of course he wants to continue using your spotify account and also get rolls so what does he do he promises to always open the door and accept the packages from now on that's it Admittedly a bit of a weird comparison, but at least in principle it is what

china

has been doing for some time now: building up close ties to other countries and then gaining more and more influence over them because you remember

china

wants to be number one by 2049 not only economically but also politically let's take the example of africa, a continent that is not only important because of its raw materials and its strategic en lage is interesting for

china

but also from a political point of view if

china

manages to unite most of the african countries behind it then it can rely on the appropriate votes in important negotiations, e.g. at the united nations but also elsewhere

china

has therefore been involved for some time time
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