How the US can offer a realistic response to the ‘China challenge’
- China’s rise in a multipolar world must be fully acknowledged, but exaggerating its capabilities and ambition is unhelpful and possibly destructive
- Great power competition is not a strategy, and there are more subtle ways to respond, including by ‘nudging’ China through cooperation
Andrew Leung has had decades of experience as a senior Hong Kong government official in a variety of fields including finance, industry, social welfare and overseas representation. Since his retirement in 2005, he has built up a reputation as an international and independent China strategist. He features regularly in international TV channels and conferences.