October 31, 2011

China's Trouble With the Neighbors

Zhu Feng, Project Syndicate

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China’s neighbors will not be reliably good to Chinese interests unless and until China begins to provide essential public goods – not just commerce, but also full-fledged regional governance based on the rule of law, respect for human rights, and regional economic growth.

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