China's Global Role

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China's Global Role

By John Franklin Copper
Hoover Press, 1980
181 pp. $7.95

A very hard-nosed, realistic assessment of China's national power capabilities. Using numerous comparisons and a variety of carefully compiled statistics, Copper succeeds in demystifying the "sleeping dragon" theory and concludes that China must be regarded as a second-rank power.

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