2013 china goes global the partial power by david shambaugh american foreign policy interests vol 35 perspective on east asian security issues pp 171 173. The pew research center published its latest global survey on 18 july 2013 which shows that majorities or pluralities in 23 out of the 39 countries surveyed believed that china has surpassed or will soon surpass the united states as the leading power. In china goesglobal eminent china scholar david shambaugh delivers the book that many have been waiting for a sweeping account of chinas growing prominence on the international stage thirty years ago chinas role inglobal affairs beyond its immediate east asian periphery was decidedly minor and it had little geostrategic power. Shambaughs book intends to reveal the big picture of chinas global approach without theoretical jargon to non specialist audiences worldwide the main conclusion is that china is as yet only a partial power not ready to be a global power and will never be able to rule the world. In china goes global david shambaugh discusses chinas growing prominence on the international stage charting how the countrys expanding economic power has allowed it to extend its reach virtually everywhere from mineral mines in africa to currency markets in the west to oilfields in the middle east to agribusiness in latin america to the factories of east asia
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