Martin Jacques’ Recent Comments on China

Recent comments from Martin Jacques, author of best-seller “When China Rules The World”  on China’s 18th Party Congress, and more…
  1. Martin Jacques successfully trolls numerous China watchers

    Shanghaiist-7 Nov, 2012
    But is a candidate voted for by millions a more legitimate choice than one anointed by a select few, asks Martin Jacques. This is a profoundly 
    Understanding Contemporary China

    BBC News-8 Nov, 2012
  2. Martin Jacques‘ latest views on China

    The Star Online-27 Oct, 2012
    AUTHOR and academic Dr Martin Jacques released an updated and expanded second edition of his widely acclaimed book, When China 
  3. Both PHL, China had shortcomings in handling territorial dispute 

    GMA News-18 Nov, 2012
    In a television interview, Martin Jacques, author of the book “When China Rules the World: The End of the Western World and the Birth of a 
  4. China’s economy grows in spite of poor human development

    Wellesley News-14 Nov, 2012
    2 by British academic Martin Jacques that argues the since model of the Chinese state is more “competent” than the model of the Western state, 
  5. New Zealand Herald

    PH should embrace China not US, says expert

    Rappler-20 hours ago
     renowned scholar and China expert Martin Jacques explained during a lecture sponsored by The Center for Philippine Futuristics Studies.
  6. Understing China and its Rise: The Civilization State

    Asia Society-8 Nov, 2012
    Describing China as a “Civilization-state,” Martin Jacques, author and scholar on modern China, spoke with Sir Mark Tully, Former Bureau Chief of the BBC in 
  7. What the Arab world can learn from China Nov, 2012
    It is as Martin Jacques points out: That Chinese progress is a  Between 1850 and 1950, Martin Jacques points out, the Chinese refer to this 
  8. Thrusting greatness upon China’s rise

    Business Times (subscription)-12 Nov, 2012
    DON’T take the title literally, says Martin Jacques, in his book: When China Rules the World. This is “a metaphor for a scenario in which China 
  9. NPR

    A brief ethnic history of China

    Washington Post (blog)-29 Oct, 2012
    China is unique among the world’s most populous nations in that it considers itself ethnically near-homogenous, Martin Jacques writes in an 
  10. Is China more democratic than the West?

    The Independent (blog)-by John Rentoul-2 Nov, 2012
    Monster Question To Which The Answer Is No, asked by my former colleague Martin Jacques* on the BBC News website. That is number 872 

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