China’s Rise

By C. Fred Bergsten, et. al.

From Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington DC, 2009, p. 236

The presumption that there is room for China in the US-defined and US-led global world order has proven to be flawed.  China’s economic, political, and security rise has been so meteoric that it no longer comfortably fits into the global architecture in which the United States has at least fitfully tried to make a place for it…. The architecture through which to engage China, and to demand China’s responsibility as a stakeholder, does not now exist.


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