Who can tame China

Wonderful 3-part series:

https://insightful.co.in/2018/10/16/who-can-tame-china-part-i/
https://insightful.co.in/2018/10/31/who-can-tame-china-part-ii/
https://insightful.co.in/2018/11/18/who-can-tame-china-part-iii/

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Donald Trump is making China great again

The US president has dismayed the world; Xi Jinping has wooed it. This could be a huge win for Beijing

‘Xi Jinping reminded his audience of China’s contribution to global economic stability since the financial crisis, of an average of 30% of global growth each year.’
‘Xi Jinping reminded his audience of China’s contribution to global economic stability since the financial crisis, of an average of 30% of global growth each year.’ Photograph: POOL/Reuters

Two years ago, some European and US experts gathered to discuss China in an elegant English country house. The setting was seductive, but the mood was dark. Two years into Xi Jinping’s presidency, China’s politics were turning away from the liberalising trend of the previous three decades, towards a hard-edged nationalism that was discomfiting China’s immediate neighbours and their western allies.

China was getting more powerful but less friendly, squeezing foreign competition out of its internal markets, throwing its weight around the South China Sea, crushing internal dissent and enforcing loyalty to the regime. Continue reading “Donald Trump is making China great again”

CSIS: Pacific Forum – China’s Preferred World Order: What Does China Want?

Pacific Forum CSIS
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PacNet Number 62
Sept 21,2015

by Yun Sun

Yun Sun (ysun@stimson.org) is a senior associate at the
Stimson Center and a
non-resident fellow at the Brookings
Institution.
The analysis is based on field research in China
this summer