In the Greater Eurasian space, China clearly dominates. But for a number of reasons, there will be no Chinese hegemon comparable to the UK or US. Illustration: Craig Stephens

China’s rise is assured in our new world order, but not as a hegemon

Jean-Pierre Lehmann says though one major power dominated the past two centuries – Britain in the 19th and America in the 20th – in the 21st century, no single country will be calling the shots. Instead, the tussle for influence will be fiercest on the Asia-Pacific stage

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In the Greater Eurasian space, China clearly dominates. But for a number of reasons, there will be no Chinese hegemon comparable to the UK or US. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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