Friday, October 8, 2010

A Note on Chinese Political Tensions

It's coming from many directions, says Roubini Global Economics

Q4 2010 Geostrategic Risk Note by Michael Moran at RGE writes: Rarely in recent decades has so large a swath of the Asian continent been subject to such pronounced political tensions. While China’s growing stature and increasingly strident tone in international affairs drives some of these troubles, policy makers in Pakistan, India, Iran, Israel, the United States and elsewhere also feed Asia’s current volatility. More here.

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