Fears of China “groundless”

What is your worst fear about the juggernaut that is China? Its growing military force? Its potential dominance of the global economy? Or the effect on the climate of one billion Chinese driving cars? According to UQAM political science professor André Laliberté, those fears are groundless.

What is your worst fear about the juggernaut that is China? Its growing military force? Its potential dominance of the global economy? Or the effect on the climate of one billion Chinese driving cars?

According to UQAM political science professor André Laliberté, those fears are groundless. Your worst fear should be China’s own worst fear: the possibility that its economic reforms might fail.

Laliberté laid out his arguments at a lecture March 29 entitled ‘Is the development of China a threat?’ delivered at UQAM’s Générations program. Lalibert

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