Is it China's Century?

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China may call itself "Communist," but it's been "ruthlessly pragmatic and non-ideological" in economic development and modernization. That's according to Newsweek magazine's cover story on China's astonishing growth and what it means for America. Some Senators are demanding protective tariffs. Neo-cons are worried about a military buildup. Are US companies letting China steal their competitive edge? Can the US keep up with China's engineers, scientists and technicians? What about Japan? Should Americans be worried?
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Warren Olney