Geopolitics with Chinese characteristics
Stephen Goldsmith and Daniel Wagner
PREMIUM Throughout the course of history, the emergence of a new power has often profoundly shifted the geopolitical landscape and caused considerable discomfort among the established order. China’s current economic and political resurgence is doing that, but apart from the inevitable uncertainty and tension associated with any shift in global power, much of the angst in China’s case stems from its fa...
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