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China's Most Dangerous Enemy Is Global Public Opinon

Poster:Post date:2016-05-08
Catergory:Polls
Region:(China)
Issue:(China’s Rise)
(The National Interest, By Yukon Huang) The majority of Americans see China’s economic rise as a threat to their country’s global stature. Europeans are less preoccupied with power politics, but share America’s worries that Beijing may try to propagate its own style of development and values. There is generally less apprehension in the rest of the world, but views vary significantly, influenced by proximity and colored by history.  
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