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The author could be chicken little for all I know, some good facts but too alarmist for me. I bought the book to get some more insight into china, which it did, but the author... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fernando Castillo
All that I can think of when I finished reading this book was "How did this guy get into Havard"?
This is nothing more then a anti-China spiel. Read more
The author has good insight about china compare to most American does not. As an Asian, i know how Chinese behave and thinking. The author hit on target.Published 16 months ago by GetMeAbargain
This book is so good that it is in the library of The National Security Space Institute. Read this book and you will become more aware of the continuation of Sun Tzu's Art of War... Read morePublished 19 months ago by checkmarkinco
This powerful, comprehensive, early warning book dares to suggest that societies sometimes
do bad things. Read more
This is a book based on his very biased perspective. He just doesn't understand what's going on around the world.Published on March 6, 2013 by Faketeeth
Writes Navarro: "The purpose of this book is to warn that unless strong actions are taken now both by China and the rest of the world, The Coming China Wars are destined to be... Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Marc Comtois
this book was a waste of time read about putting (now) China as the prime enemy for USA...USA consumption was high, so no companies want to build products in USA because it is... Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by David Ip
The book pays no attention to the benefits that the world and the US gets from this trade with China. Also the Chinese perspective is totally neglected. Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by Jean Le Lupi