The challenge of China
As Richard Rigby says in the lead essay in this fourth issue of EAFQ, the word ‘challenge . . . carries a heavy burden of nuance’. It can convey a sense of threat. But challenges can also be an inspiration, an offer of hope. Challenges always pose questions – often difficult ones, as Rigby also suggests. And the notion of a challenge is two-sided: it is as much about the one who is on the receiving end of the challenge as about the one who is doing the challenging. This is an apt nuance in...[Show more]
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|Source:||East Asia Forum Quarterly|
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