An increasingly assertive China poses the most vexing and far reaching challenges for American prosperity and security.
The West should act with more confidence in dealing with China’s foreign direct investments.
After Lehman and the Eurozone, will China and oil cause another calamity in the markets?
What will China look like a century after Mao’s victory in 1949?
By 2050 it is possible that the U.S. economy will not just be smaller than China’s — but India’s as well.
Despite a significant growth differential in China’s favor, the country’s per capita GDP will equal only 42% of the U.S. level by 2050.
Currently, the Chinese economy is just 40% smaller than the U.S. when measured at market exchange rates.
When will China overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy?