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After decades of rising, China has entered a new and important phase where it seeks to turn its economic heft into global power. Geoff Dyer, the former Financial Times Beijing bureau chief, argues that China and the United States are now embarking on a great power–style competition that will dominate the century. In The Contest of the Century, Dyer explains how China will struggle to unseat the United States.
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Reuters columnist David Rohde discusses John Kerry as Secretary of State. Rodhe’s article “John Kerry Will Not Be Denied” shows that while Kerry’s critics call him arrogant, undisciplined, and reckless, his relentlessness in pursuit of negotiations might produce some of the most important diplomatic breakthroughs in years.