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segunda-feira, 22 de agosto de 2022

Foreign Policy: algumas recomendações de leituras sobre a China e o conflito com os EUA


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“Xi Jinping’s China is about to give the world an education in the nuances of decline,” Hal Brands wrote in April, contributing to a heated debate on Beijing’s trajectory and what it means for the United States.

In this collection from our archives are essays at the heart of the debate, exploring the cracks in China’s economic miracle, Beijing’s prospects vis-à-vis Washington’s over the next decade, and the question of whether great-power competition is a useful framework for thinking about the U.S.-China relationship at all.—Chloe Hadavas

The Dangers of China’s Decline As China’s economic miracle fades, its leaders may become more inclined to take risks.
By Hal Brands

A Dangerous Decade of Chinese Power Is Here Beijing knows time isn’t on its side and wants to act fast.
By Andrew S. Erickson and Gabriel B. Collins

A Shrinking China Can’t Overtake America But if U.S. democracy continues to decay, what’s the point of being on top?
By Howard W. French

The U.S. Doesn’t Need China’s Collapse to Win A misguided theory of great-power competition will only lead to grief.
By Robert A. Manning

Great-Power Competition Is a Recipe for Disaster The latest poorly defined buzzword in Washington is leading pundits and policymakers down a dangerous path.
By Emma Ashford

Photo: Deena So’Oteh illustration for Foreign Policy

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