Pursuing Communism Abroad Superpower Geopolitics and more importantly the role of the Arms Race

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One of the key findings of the research developed in regard to this subject is the following one: the views of theorists and researchers on superpower geopolitics vary. In fact, contradicting assumptions are made regarding the use of geopolitics for pursuing communism abroad. However, there is a fact highlighted in all studies: the Arms Race has been initially developed in order to secure the balance in power among USA and the Soviet Union but it has been remained a key means for pressuring the international community to promote specific interests, not necessarily related to communism.The specific book focuses on the life of Zhou Enlai, as an important Chinese leader. The background of Zhou Enlai and his involvement in the politics of China are analytically described. Explanations are given in regard to the political thoughts of Zhou Enlai, as a revolutionary figure, as these thoughts affected the political framework of China especially in 1960s and 1970s. This book has been considered as important showing the responses of superpower geopolitics towards communism, the key political framework of modern China. At the same time, the potential influences of the political choices of Zhou Enlai by the global politics, especially the Arms Race are presented, indicating the level at which the specific initiatives have actually helped towards the control of communism worldwide, an argument used for justifying these initiatives in the context of the international community.Clark highlights the rapid growth of technology and the continuous increase of population worldwide. Based on these facts, she developed a research in regard to a wide range of sciences, aiming to show to the readers the risks related to the management of knowledge but also to the lack of control on change. The responses of humans to violence and the use of Arms Race by