With the global economy in meltdown, China is in big trouble—in the short term. But the longer-term threat is to America.
Atlantic national correspondent James Fallows recently returned to the United States after a three-year assignment in China. During that time, he wrote more than a dozen magazine stories and thousands of blog posts from Asia, and he also published a book, Postcards from Tomorrow Square. For this series, he talks with Damien Ma, research analyst at the Eurasia Group, about the key issues confronting China in the coming decade.
The Atlantic national correspondent tells a San Francisco audience why Americans should set aside their worries about the RNB and world domination.