• Sep 2, 2015 9:00 pm
  • 21:52 mins

Guest: Daniel Lynch, Ph.D., Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California  The popular narrative over much of the last decade has been that China is unstoppable. The International Monetary Fund announced last year that at least by one measure, China had overtaken the US to become the world’s top economic power. A burgeoning Chinese middle class adds fuel to China’s rise.   But the latest manufacturing numbers out of the country are weaker than expected and the Chinese stock market has been tumbling for several weeks. Has all the talk about China’s inevitable, unending rise been too heady?

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