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China's More Responsible Future

By Devin T. Stewart | July 30, 2007

© 2007 TPMCafe.

Devin Stewart describes four trends that make him hopeful about the way China might wield its growing influence in the future: demand from the Chinese people for a better, more accountable government and more personal freedoms; demand from China's economic partners for accountability; demand from the international community for protection of the commons; and the trend of moral progress through nonzero-sum international relations, toward cooperation and away from greed.

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Read More: Development, Economy, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, China, Asia

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