The Beijing Consensus
Publisher: Foreign Policy Centre | ISBN: 1903558352 | edition 2004 | PDF | 74 pages | 1,18 mb
To measure Chinese power based on the tired rules of how many aircraft carriers she has or on per-capita GDP leads to devastating mis-measurement. ... To the degree Chinas development is changing China it is important; but what is far more important is that Chinas new ideas are having a gigantic effect outside of China. China is marking a path for other nations around the world who are trying to figure out not simply how to develop their countries, but also how to fit into the international order in a way that allows them to be truly independent, to protect their way of life and political choices in a world with a single massively powerful centre of gravity. I call this new physics of power and development the Beijing Consensus.
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