Dealing With China in the Coming Years

Ross Terrill

Abstract


How should we deal with China in the coming years? Do we oppose China, or can we coax it into the so-called international community?  Simply put, we should stand up for freedom. The United States represents a beacon of hope to a new generation of Chinese who live in a Leninist regime supervising a semi-capitalist society—an arrangement that so far has never lasted for a sustained period. If we are going to deal with China properly in the coming years, we have to confront this contradiction.

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