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China will soon become “the most powerful and influential country in the world,” says celebrated journalist Martin Jacques. But to what end?
At the same time that China is recording huge increases in trade surpluses and currency reserves, deadly riots are breaking out on the outskirts of some of the country’s largest cities. In this Dig, scholar Orville Schell challenges the current wisdom about China being an inevitable superpower and unstoppable economic force.
Posted on Mar 28, 2017
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