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China's Economic Slowdown: What are the Strategic Implications?

John Lee

The days of Chinese double-digit growth are gone. Yet, the analytical separation of economic matters from strategic and military planning is both surprising and illogical. Beijing’s capacity to continue building its military power is diminishing much faster than is commonly appreciated.

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