Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted. Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted.
Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted.

Why China believes it should be a superpower, and history as the Chinese see it

  • China’s meteoric rise is restoring the country to a position it considers the normal and proper state of affairs, explains author Michael Schuman
  • In Superpower Interrupted, he tells Chinese history as the Chinese learn it – a story, he says, that few in the West really know

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Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted. Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted.
Seeing Chinese history as the Chinese see it is not some abstract exercise but a crucial step in understanding the country and where it sees its place in the world, explains Michael Schuman in Superpower Interrupted.
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