How Should The West Respond?

China’s political and economic rise over the past generation has been closely watched and widely debated. Will it eventually surpass the United States as a global power? Does the emerging multipolar world now taking shape presage greater or lesser stability? Is Russia or China the greater challenge to the West? CEPA’s Andrássy Fellow Miklós Lázár examines these questions and finds that the road ahead for Beijing may be rockier than the recent past.