"There are excellent reasons to improve domestic economic conditions, through investment in infrastructure and education, sound fiscal and monetary policy, and openness to movement of goods and people. It is not the case, however, that failure to be at the top in any of these categories implies loss of wealth or well-being. Mercantilism doesn't apply for human capital any more than it does for trade in goods. Rich neighbours make one rich, provided that one is wililng to interact with them economically.Arbitration Only the First Step at Managing the Dragon
"Geopolitical concerns there may be, but a strong Europe and a rich Asia are very much in America's best economic interest."
China's Silver Lining at China Environmental Law
Thailand vs China, part II at Silk Road International
Mutual Trust at Managing the Dragon
China's New Labor Law And Why Vietnam Is No Big Thing at China Law Blog
Financing development: a civil society perspective at chinadialogue
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Securing Innovation and Patents in China at Securing Innovation
(h/t to IP ThinkTank)