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China Can't Have It Both Ways, but Neither Should the U.S.

Lincoln A. Mitchell

Title:
China Can't Have It Both Ways, but Neither Should the U.S.
Author(s):
Mitchell, Lincoln A.
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Essays
Department(s):
Harriman Institute
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Book/Journal Title:
Faster Times
Abstract:
If China can act as a superpower while being treated like a developing country, they will have successfully manipulated international politics to a tremendous advantage. Given the likelihood of increased competition between China and the U.S., this naturally raises rancor in Washington where there is a feeling that China should have the same responsibilities and be treated the same as other wealthy developed countries.
Subject(s):
International relations
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Lincoln A. Mitchell, , China Can't Have It Both Ways, but Neither Should the U.S., Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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