Governments in Asia, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe watch the Chinese export machine and worry about keeping their manufacturing jobs at home. The anxiety is understandable, but a closer look suggests that China's success will help, not hurt, most developing countries.
For all its success, China is still not living up to its potential. Given China's ample opportunities and investment, it should have raised its living standards even faster than it did. Nevertheless, China's economic boom could well be in its middle, not its end.
A luncheon seminar at Carnegie explored the different manifestations of Chinese nationalism, as well as their origins, dynamics, and implications for Chinese foreign policy and international relations in East Asia.
A new book provides broad trend analyses of the major Asian sub-regions, as well as an array of transnational topical studies. It also evaluates current threats to regional peace and stability, considering how the strategic environment in Asia could change.