Monthly Archives: September 2008

Thinking about Global Governance with Chinese Characteristics

At one time, not that long ago, writing about or advocating global governance in China was a sensitive matter.  Much has changed. Just as China’s international policy has moved from an almost exclusive emphasis on bilateralism to growing regional and … Continue reading

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The End of ‘Chimerica’

In a rather ‘crowded’ little piece (meaning that there are a number of currents flowing through the article), Niall Ferguson of Harvard, Oxford and Hoover Institution fame, has declared ‘Chimerica’ at an end.  As Niall points out in his article … Continue reading

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He’s Back!

Well, it was summer!  And I must say I put it to good use.  In particular I used part of August to take the family – and me – to China to travel down the ‘Silk Road’ spending time in … Continue reading

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