The Trajectory and implications of China's continuing rise for Northeast Asian regional integration
If it can be sustained, China's remarkable rise constitutes one of the great geopolitical transformations of history. Its trajectory and implications are central both to East Asia's future, and to why that future matters so much to the rest of the world. It is hardly an exaggeration to say, that the global order of the new century will most probably be made, or broken, in Northeast Asia, on the basis on how this region adjusts to and accomodates China's rise. �
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