As Chinese corporations increasingly venture abroad, they must navigate various political regimes, participate in international markets, and adopt foreign standards and practices, which can lead to wide-reaching social and political ramifications at home. Clear, authoritative, and provocative, By All Means Necessary is a sweeping account of where China's pursuit of raw materials may take the country in the coming years and what the consequences will be--not just for China, but for the whole world.
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By All Means Necessary: How China’s Resource Quest is Changing the World
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By All Means Necessary – The Cairo Review of Global Affairs
Ask a librarian. Routledge studies on the Chinese economy. Many worry that China is prepared to exploit the resources of vulnerable countries by all means necessary. China, of course, is doing nothing that other major powers before it have not done.
Economy and Levi draw several historical examples, from ancient Athens, which obtained timber in Macedonia and corn in Egypt, to Spanish and English colonialism in the New World. They also mention European powers in Africa and the Middle East in the first half of the twentieth century. The study could have been enriched, perhaps, had Economy and Levi delved a little deeper into these subjects. What would emerge, for example, from a comparison between China today and the East India Company in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries as it established its own global mercantile-colonial system with the help of the British navy?
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