China Counting: How the West Was Lost
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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