On December 29, Robert Manning’s column in The Hill highlighted the findings from the recent Atlantic Council’s Global Foresight 2022 report.

“Some fear that Xi may divert attention from stagnation with a more aggressive military policy toward Taiwan to shore up the CCP’s nationalist legitimacy. But an economically struggling China could also unravel global stability: China has driven some 30 percent of global growth for the past decade. As well as being more confrontational, a weak China could thus tank economic growth around the world while disrupting financial markets and supply chains.”

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