August 21, 2014

Chinese Foreign Policy Needs Major Reform

Dingding Chen, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

Perhaps the most important question facing China and the rest of the world in coming decades is how China will use its increasing power at the global level (this is assuming that China’s power will continue to increase in the future). Is China ready to act like a global leader? If so, how does China need to reform to play this new role? Currently there is a fierce debate within China that focuses on this exact issue.

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