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Is this the Chinese Century?

November 2003 - Is this the Chinese Century?A hundred years ago Great Britain was the dominant power, now the US is the first Hyperpower. Containing a sixth of the world's population, where will the "Middle Kingdom" be in 2103? What effect will it have on our economic and environmental future, and how will it shape international relations?

Why Australia should concentrate on entering the East asian trade bloc
by John Edwards - 23/12/2003
The Chinese will have the USA to thank if they become a hyperpower
by James Cumes - 10/12/2003 - 1 comment
The fearful legacy of China’s autonomy from Western influence.
by Bernie Matthews - 28/11/2003
Can China build an economic high-rise without democratic foundations?
by Chin Jin - 17/11/2003
Continued economic growth will make this the Chinese Century
by Phil Ruthven - 17/11/2003
A trade agreement with China could bring big rewards for Australia
by Peter Hendy - 17/11/2003
Will the Chinese people allow this to become the Chinese century?
by Michael Keane - 10/11/2003
How super is China: Can China build itself into a sustainable superpower?
by Julia Elmer - 10/11/2003 - 1 comment
The future for the New China - the writing on the wall
by Tony Henderson - 10/11/2003
Will Australia be able to catch the fourth economic wave with China?
by Paul Keating - 3/11/2003
We can all move forward through respect, cooperation and trade
by Hu Jintao - 3/11/2003
A mature and practical relationship between two distinctive cultures
by John Howard - 3/11/2003

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