A compelling argument is made about China's questionable future
in Sunday's Washington Post, generally concurring with my recent armchair geo-politicking
on China's not-so-rosy-as-one-might-think economy
.. another weakness in the argument about China's inevitable rise: The place remains an authoritarian state run by a party that limits the free flow of information, stifles ingenuity and doesn't understand how to self-correct. Blockbusters don't grow out of the barrel of a gun. Neither do superpowers in the age of globalization.
The whole thing, in general, is a good read.