China Counting: How the West Was Lost

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Springer, Nov 4, 2009 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
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A political and managerial brief on Chinese global power, this new book puts into a modern context the Chinese opportunities created by the West's chaotic and destructive capitalism. It examines China's attitudes towards the West, its capacity for strategic change and its plans for expanding its global influence.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Politics opportunism environment might society
11
Power opportunities equilibrium military science
93
Potential outcomes evolution mastery second sight
151
Postscript
207

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ALEX MACKINNON has extensive management experience 'East of Suez' – in the Middle East, India and Pakistan, in Japan, in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, in Malaysia, and in New Zealand and Australia. His analysis of Chinese strategic expansion was awarded a PhD in 2005. He has commented on Asia in newspapers, academic journals and conferences and regularly lectures in Europe and China.


BARNABY POWELL is a Chinese son-in-law and veteran of development banking in East and South-East Asia. He was initial Director of the Asia-Invest Programme for the European Commission and has over 35 years experience in the strategic nature of Asian negotiations. He also served as Secretary-General of the European Chamber of Commerce in Taipei.

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