Parag Khanna: China is a big tree, but it is not the forest — Making peace in Asia

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Parag Khanna

It’s not too late for Asia to avert disaster

I recently had the opportunity to speak at length about Sino-Asian dynamics with David Barboza, founding editor of The Wire China. We discussed the dangerous China-centric bias is analysis of Asia, and the importance of understanding how weaker powers practice a shrewd “multi-alignment” (the term I coined in The Second World) to avoid taking sides in the emerging multipolar rivalry. I hope you enjoy reading the interview and look forward to your comments.

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