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  • Either China or US still become the leaders as the world's super power.

    In my own opinion, India would have a hard time to defeat China and US as the world's super power. Even though India has nearly one billion population, China has bigger. Economically, China products goods in masses and it controls 90% of our market. I believe most of our stuffs got the labeled "Made in China" and rarely "Made in India". And somehow, economy will influence politics in its way, which will made China become the leading of the world years later. Since China implemented its open policy market, China changed 180 degrees about its policy in economy. On the other hand, I do believe India is going to be a developed country, but not as a super power.

  • India is a developing country!

    Ndia was not expected to survive as a democracy nor hold together as a single nation; but it has. These
    manifest successes, achieved against the odds and against the logic of human history, have compelled
    worldwide admiration. If calls are now being heard
    that India must be made a Permanent Member of the
    Security Council of the United Nations, then these demands are not just legitimate, but also overdue. It
    is India’s long-term record as a stable, multicultural democracy that lies behind its claims for a place at
    the High Table of Global Affairs. But if politics were all, then we would not be asking whether India will
    become a superpower. That question is prompted also by the spectacular success, in the short-term, of
    the Indian economy, the impressive growth rates of the past decade, the entrepreneurial drive manifest
    in such crucial, cutting-edge sectors such as information technology, and the creation of an ever larger
    and ever more confident middle class.The growth in investment and productive capacity
    has generated many jobs, and, through them, a
    substantial and rapidly expanding middle class. The
    term ‘middle class’ is very elastic, of course. Defi ned
    more capaciously, it may embrace some 200 million
    Indians; defi ned more rigorously, perhaps half that
    number. At any rate, there has been a distinct
    embourgeoisement of Indian society, with millions
    of previously working-class families now qualifying
    as belonging to the middle class.If India continues with such progress it will surely be on the way of becoming a super power

  • Yes it can

    India is already a world power.
    It's economy is already growing at a blistering pace and is soon supposed to have a faster growth rate than china. China's economy is purely based on export and foreign demand. If the western market gets saturated any day, the Chinese economy will crash. Remember, what goes up, must come down. India's economy is most based on domestic demand and I will admit it would help if India found a way to export more, But domestic demand is more stable and foreign. In fact the Goldman Sachs BRIC report said that India economic growth is more sustainable than china's,
    India's military is very advanced, even if it is highly dependent on Russian equipment. But recently it has been developing more indigenous weapons and getting a more capable arsenal of nuclear weapons.
    India does have some work to do namely corruption and economic growth but in due course it can become a super power.

  • Either China or US still become the leaders as the world's super power.

    In my own opinion, India would have a hard time to defeat China and US as the world's super power. Even though India has nearly one billion population, China has bigger. Economically, China products goods in masses and it controls 90% of our market. I believe most of our stuffs got the labeled "Made in China" and rarely "Made in India". And somehow, economy will influence politics in its way, which will made China become the leading of the world years later. Since China implemented its open policy market, China changed 180 degrees about its policy in economy. On the other hand, I do believe India is going to be a developed country, but not as a super power.


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