June 21, 2014

Why China Worries Washington

Amy Zegart, The American Interest

The Associated Press

A strong and rising China is something the U.S. should worry about—and so is a weak and unstable China. But perhaps most worrying of all is the fundamental uncertainty about which scenario we’ll see.

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