Global Perceptions Shape Relations with China
China today faces unprecedented scrutiny of its economic and foreign policies. Whether foreign investor or diplomat, one is influenced by personal biases shaped by location, values and political orientation and these are revealed in the major global public opinion polls. Economic and security developments help shape such views and together they explain why relations between China and the outside world are under stress.
A senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment and a former World Bank Director for China.
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