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Still, this book is very well written and interesting.
More to the point, Jacques asserts that China's "impact on the world will be as great as that of the United States over the last century, probably far greater."
First, I don't think that it will tell anything new to someone who knows a lot about China.
Very interesting though I dont agree with all of his conclusions.Published 1 month ago by Thomas P. Satyshur, Jr.
This was a fascinating read. Like a growing number of books on the subject it casts significant doubt on the neo-liberal view that the Chinese authoritarian state will inevitably... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Gregoire
Really like this book. Good to follow up with World Order by Kissenger.Published 2 months ago by L. Lavin
This is one long book, but very informative. Lots of history of Southeast Asia and economics of the area. Very good study of the development of the China economy.Published 2 months ago by E. Pitts
I was very disappointed in this book. It is completely from the view point of a communist. I have lived in China and was expecting that some of things I discovered, like many of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter A. Mulgrew
Logical, unbiased, and very true to fact. That is what comes to mind when thinking of this book. I am very surprised by how much I enjoyed this book, and more so by its startlingly... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Grace
Excellent price, quick delivery, excellent condition! Thanks.Published 4 months ago by Steve Thompson
Martin Jacques lays down a thought provoking idea set in this well researched and highly readable book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bored