January 15, 2013

Whoops, There Goes Another China Myth

Daniel W. Drezner, Foreign Policy

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One of this blog's annoying tics persistent themes has been its insistence that the 2008 financial crisis did not, in fact, doom the United States to a future of inevitable decline. Indeed, there are many reasons to be optimistic about America's future, and there are many reasons to be skeptical about claims that China will be able to exercise leverage over the United States.

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