Behind the ‘Modern’ China
Robert Kagan | March 23, 2008 | The Washington Post
can go for great stretches these days looking like the model of a
postmodern, 21st-century power. But occasionally the mask slips, and the
other side of China is revealed. The question for observers of Chinese
foreign policy is whether the regime’s behavior at home has any
relevance to the way it conducts itself in the world.