Now in paperback, Zachary Karabell argues that the intertwined economic relationship between China and the U.S. will affect our long-term prosperity more than any other contemporary issue. As the world continues the slow work of repairing the damage of the financial crisis, it is crucial that the U.S. understands that it cannot go it alone. Its mutuality with China is permanent, essential, and defining. Zachary Karabellas brilliant book lays out this complex and important economic story. aKarabell excels at weaving in glitzy tales of the brave new China against the larger backdrop of the Middle Kingdomas forceful but cautious economic liberalization and the often tortuous, frequently saber-rattling politics of U.S.-China relationsab.A provocative argument.a aLos Angeles Times aThe question at the heart of Superfusion is a pressing one: What will happen next? Mr. Karabell says that the U.S. must turn its thinking away from the military and security challenges of the twentieth century and focus more on the economic challenges of the twenty-first.a aThe Wall Street Journal aA compelling brief on the unlikely convergence of the U.S. and Chinese economiesab.Essential reading for anyone curious about the increasing economic integration and interdependence between China and America, the public opposition in both nations, and the implication for the U.S. as it faces competition from a nation it cannot coerce.a aPublishers Weekly (starred review)As the world continues the slow work of repairing the damage of the financial crisis, it is crucial that the U.S. understands that it cannot go it alone. Its mutuality with China is permanent, essential, and defining.
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