China Struggles to Lead

China has spent most of its 2,500-year history as a nation building walls to keep its people in and the influence of other nations out. But today, China is being asked to step up to a new role, sharing global leadership responsibility with the U.S., the EU, and to a lesser extent, Japan. Whether we’re talking about leading the global economic recovery, dealing with geopolitical crises, or integrating itself into the broader “world order,” the inexperience of the Chinese leadership is showing. What are the implications for economic, geopolitical, and social stability? We’ll provide the answers you need.

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