Derek M. Scissors is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI).
The People’s Republic of China has surely seen faster GDP growth than the United States for most of the past forty years. It's the value of that growth that's questionable.
China’s economy is stalling. The most likely economic scenario over the course of the next decade is not high growth or an economic collapse, but stagnation. American policymakers need to pay attention.
Opaque Chinese finance practices can harm America.
The ups and downs of China’s stock markets might be dominating headlines, but they are not the Chinese investment that matters most to the world. China’s investments overseas matter more.
A combination of inaction and daunting challenges threatens the end of China’s economic rise. Not a delay, the end.
Less economic might than some think—but more military power than some expect.
Xi might try making the PRC's economy more competitive. Good for the U.S.? It's complicated...
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