China’s Challenges in the Year AheadPosted by Randy | January 11, 2012
A new piece from The Diplomat titled “China’s 2012 Challenges” lays out twelve key challenges that the People’s Republic of China and the Chinese Communist Party will face during the next year. These challenges range from the need for economic reforms, to social instability and expected friction in the South China Sea. It is vital that American policymakers know and understand these challenges while prioritizing U.S. foreign policy initiatives. Here are three of the twelve challenges identified in the piece:
The piece can be read in its entirety here: http://the-diplomat.com/china-power/2012/01/08/chinas-2012-challenges/
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