How China loses : the pushback against Chinese global ambitions / Luke Patey.  (Text) (Text)

Patey, Luke A
Call no.: JZ1734 .P38 2021Publication: New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, c2021Description: xi, 383 pISBN: 9780190061081; 0190061081Subject(s): World politics -- 21st centuryChina -- Foreign relations -- 21st centuryChina -- Foreign economic relations -- 21st centuryChina -- Military policyLOC classification: JZ1734 | .P38 2021
Contents:Introduction : there was a moment -- Waiting for peace -- Evils under the ground -- Nobody hates money -- The Chinese way -- Few illusions left -- What is best for Europe? -- Behave accordingly -- A distant part of Asia -- Conclusion : big or small.
Summary: "China wants to replace the United States as the world's leading superpower. But what does the world want from China? In a new era of strategic competition between China and the United States, Luke Patey explores how the rest of the world is responding to China's rise. Many fear China's economic power, tech innovations, and growing military might will allow it to remake the world in its own authoritarian image. But despite all its strengths, a future with China in charge is far from certain. China will only rule the 21st century if the world lets it. How China Loses tells the story of China's struggles to overcome new risks and endure the global backlash against its assertive reach. Combining on-the-ground reportage with incisive analysis, Patey argues that China's predatory economic agenda, headstrong diplomacy, and military expansion undermine its global ambitions. In travels to Africa, Latin America, East Asia and Europe, his encounters with activists, business managers, diplomats, and thinkers show the challenges threatening China's rising power. China's relations with the outside world are reaching a critical juncture. Political differences and security tensions have risen, and many countries are now recognizing that economic engagement produces new strategic vulnerabilities to their competitiveness and autonomy. At a time when views from Washington D.C. and Beijing dominate the discussion, Patey's work shows how perspectives from around the world will shape the global economy and world affairs"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : there was a moment -- Waiting for peace -- Evils under the ground -- Nobody hates money -- The Chinese way -- Few illusions left -- What is best for Europe? -- Behave accordingly -- A distant part of Asia -- Conclusion : big or small.

"China wants to replace the United States as the world's leading superpower. But what does the world want from China? In a new era of strategic competition between China and the United States, Luke Patey explores how the rest of the world is responding to China's rise. Many fear China's economic power, tech innovations, and growing military might will allow it to remake the world in its own authoritarian image. But despite all its strengths, a future with China in charge is far from certain. China will only rule the 21st century if the world lets it. How China Loses tells the story of China's struggles to overcome new risks and endure the global backlash against its assertive reach. Combining on-the-ground reportage with incisive analysis, Patey argues that China's predatory economic agenda, headstrong diplomacy, and military expansion undermine its global ambitions. In travels to Africa, Latin America, East Asia and Europe, his encounters with activists, business managers, diplomats, and thinkers show the challenges threatening China's rising power. China's relations with the outside world are reaching a critical juncture. Political differences and security tensions have risen, and many countries are now recognizing that economic engagement produces new strategic vulnerabilities to their competitiveness and autonomy. At a time when views from Washington D.C. and Beijing dominate the discussion, Patey's work shows how perspectives from around the world will shape the global economy and world affairs"--

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