Superfusion

The emergence of China as an economic superpower is now widely recognized, but as Zachary Karabell reveals in his new book Superfusion, that is only one aspect of the story. Over the past decade, the Chinese and U.S. economies have fused to become one integrated system and how they manage their relationship will determine whether the coming decades witness increased global prosperity or greater instability.

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Jumping Off the Anti-China Bandwagon

A cursory glance at the coverage this week of the Beijing Olympics shows an increasing crescendo of negative commentary. That is evident everywhere from the Huffington Post to the mainstream media, and even sports journalists have been jumping on the anti-China bandwagon. The recent decision of the Chinese government to deny former medalist Joey Cheek entry into the country because of his stated plan to rally athletes to pressure Sudan on its Darfur policy is just the latest issue to inflame opinion.

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