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Friedberg's book is very interesting, well-thought, and clearly written.
Presents interesting ideas and theories regarding China's journey to become the preponderant super power of Asia and its attitude towards America's presence there.
One may not agree with all of author's opinions but content extremely well presented with provocative backups for material.
Well written with documentation to back up thesis. Hope this guy is wrong. Our current foreign policy does not seem to acknowledge the China threat.Published 5 months ago by Cracker Cat
What is the right American response to the rise of China? Friedberg offers a sober and very reasonable analysis of the US-China relations in the 21st century. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Koo Tat Kee
Thought provoking! Presents interesting ideas and theories regarding China's journey to become the preponderant super power of Asia and its attitude towards America's presence... Read morePublished 10 months ago by john
i'm an east Asia university student and this book brings new views on the china and u.s.a realation
the book is well written and easy to read even for people who are... Read more
Can't say enough for this book. One may not agree with all of author's opinions but content extremely well presented with provocative backups for material. Read morePublished 23 months ago by MaryG
Book appears to be exactly as ordered although I have not finished it yet. No further comments at this time.Published 23 months ago by Vernon D. Stocker
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Donald Rumsfeld once famously made the distinction between the "known knowns" and the "known unknowns". The later expression provided the title for his memoirs. Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by Etienne ROLLAND-PIEGUE
Well written book on a very important topic. I found Friedberg's analysis and structure of the book easy to follow and comprehensive. Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by JFE