The priorities of every nation-state are shaped by its geography and demography. In prior issues, we’ve examined how these factors have shaped reality in the United Sates, sub-Saharan Africa, and Russia. Now, we turn our attention to China, the world’s most populous nation-state, with its second-largest economy. How does China’s unique geography and demography constrain its economic and foreign policy options? How are these constraints likely to influence its policies and priorities in the coming decades? What are the implications for businesses and nations in dealing with China? We’ll provide the answers you need.
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